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B Real has raised a few questions about an article by Judy Wood and Michael Zebuhr, that was posted here. http://www.scholarsfor911truth.org/ArticlAluminumGlows_1Mar06.html

Note, the article is from an email sent to Steven Jones on March 1, 2006. He replied to this email several times, so it is reasonable to assume that he was familiar with it. I.e. Statements that he was "blind-sided" are unfounded.

Below, I have responded to the post by "B Real" at this web site: 

http://8real.proboards104.com/index.cgi?board=phony&action=display&thread=1155285629

B Real states:

"I am not taking anything away from Judy Woods' work. I just feel that she is doing 1 of 3 things with her latest open letter to Steve Jones. One, she is making a honest mistake. Two, she is deliberately trying to debunk some of Steve Jones paper to HELP his argument. Three, she could be trying to draw attention away from the significance of Professor Jones paper. On fortunately, I happen to believe the latter is what is going to happen. Not sure what her intentions where though...."

My response:

The author fails to recognize another possibility, which is that Steven Jones is incorrect. 

B Real states, 

"OK, the first thing Jones tried to point out, was the "molten metal" on the ground. The reason I call it "molten metal", is because I agree with Steve Jones and don't know what it is, but I do not believe it is "aluminum". I'll explain why."


Source of photos:   "Build an Oil Fired Tilting Furnace"
 
 

My response:

B Real is discussing what is on the ground. Let's not be distracted. The discussion was about flowing molten aluminum. Steven Jones said that flowing aluminum doesn't glow brightly enough to see in daylight conditions. As we can see from the pictures above (which were also shown with the comment by B Real) that the aluminum is indeed glowing. 

Conclusion: Flowing (molten) aluminum glows in daylight conditions. 
 
 

During the last 20 minutes of Jim Fetzer's radio show (10 Aug 2006), Professor Jones said that he does not believe that it was aluminum in the textbook pictures.  It would behoove him to offer proof for his (seemingly reckless) charge that the textbook authors and publisher deceived their readers.  (The full show is here.)

Judy Wood, Ph.D.


Update: 18 August 2006

Molten Aluminum
Figure #1a:  Temperature chart Figure #1b:  Molten aluminum at approximately 930°C - 1100°C. 
Source:  The International Aluminium Institute

Figure #1c:  The team casts a crankcase from aluminum.

PHOTO BY JUDY HAY
source: Popular Mechanics
 

My response:

B Real is discussing what is on the ground. Let's not be distracted. The discussion was about flowing molten aluminum. Steven Jones said that flowing aluminum doesn't glow brightly enough to see in daylight conditions. As we can see from the pictures above that the aluminum is indeed glowing. 

Conclusion: Flowing (molten) aluminum glows at elevated temperatures. 
 

During the last 20 minutes of Jim Fetzer's radio show (10 Aug 2006), Professor Jones said that he had never seen this picture before but does not believe that it was aluminum in those website pictures, taken from a text book. So, why did he say it looked "silvery"? To cover all bases, just in case?  It would behoove him to offer proof for his (seemingly reckless) charge (after viewing the picture "for the first time") that the site this photo came from is deceiving its readers.  (The full show is here.)

Judy Wood, Ph.D.

See also the Aluminum Glows page.



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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