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highly engineered,

highly engineered, multilayered, nanothermite-composite materials

just a bunch of extra words, when just plain thermite would have done. Thermite isn't some secret weapon. If you have ever seen the show about the folks from Louisiana on tv where they make guns then at the end of the show they test them and usually something blows up. That is thermite. You used to be able to buy it in gun stores.

Nothing new. You will get no evidence of anything once thermite burns it, let alone be able to tell that THIS thermite was some super special "highly engineered, multilayered, nanothermite-composite materials" AFTER it itself is what burned.

Weird shit can happen when you mix extreme physics and chemistry, planes hitting buildings is a plausible conclusion for what happened.