Metal worker debunks 9/11 truthers’ claims — in two minutes flat

A metal worker got so “sick and tired” of the 9/11 conspiracy theorists’ argument that jet fuel doesn’t burn at a high enough temperature to melt steel that he decided to debunk them with a simple test.

The issue isn’t the temperature at which steel melts, he argues, but rather the temperature it becomes malleable.

He said he doesn’t care whether there’s a conspiracy attached to the events of 9/11 or not, but if you continue to use the melting temperature of steel as your “proof,” then “you are an idiot.”

Watch the demonstration.


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