- To Jimmy Walter
- Hi Jimmy, your comment completely misses the
- That is why, in 1989, they planned a $5.6 billion
and rebuild, it was tanked.
- The witness came to me...and we are protecting
- The building had the structural equivalent of
- I am about to fund $25-50 million to THE LAWSUIT - United
States Citizens v United States Government. Something major happened over
the past several days.
- -----Original Message-----
- From: Jimmy Walter
- Sent: Monday, December 06, 2004 12:49 PM
- To: 'Karl W. B. Schwarz'
- Subject: RE: galvanic versus flying beams
- No amount of galvanic action will hurl steel beams
out horizontally and cause the building to fall at the speed of gravity.
However, it would be cause for insurance fraud!
- But keep trying
- From: Karl W. B. Schwarz
- Sent: Wednesday, November 24, 2004 1:22 PM
- To: Jimmy Walter
- Hello Jimmy
- You are going to wind up owing me the $100,000.
- The Statute of Liberty had to be repaired due to galvanic
corrosion in air. Not what most think is possible but in ocean
very possible. Normally galvanic corrosion is only a factor in an
such as sea water and the stern drive on the boat - having steel and
components - erodes, turns brittle and snap - it fails - if electrolytic
grounding plates are not installed.
- """The galvanic
reaction between iron
and copper was originally mitigated by insulating copper from the iron
framework using an asbestos cloth soaked in shellac. However, the integrity
and sealing property of this improvised insulator broke down over the many
years of exposure to high levels of humidity normal in a marine
The insulating barrier became a sponge that kept the salted water present
as a conductive electrolyte, forming a crude
had discovered a century earlier."""
- In 1989 - there were plans to erect scaffolding and
the WTC towers and rebuild them. Cost projection was around $5.6 billion.
One of the architects shows up to work one day and the MIB's were there
- had confiscated all of the plans, specs, details, etc for WTC. They even
confiscated their office cubicles and had tape on the floor outlining where
- Reason - the exterior cast aluminum WTC panels had been
directly connected to the steel superstructure of the building, thus
galvanic corrosion. In short, the "life cycle" of the WTC was
not 200 - 300 years, more like 30 years or so.
- The exterior skin of the building - in being aluminum
and connected directly to the super structure - was making the building
weaker every day.
- That could explain why there appears to be explosives
set only about every 25 floors. Once the failure started, the brittleness
of welds, rivets, bolts, etc would fail much easier as the loads became
progressively greater on the way down.
- That same process would also explain why the concrete
was "powderized" over time because electrolytic processes weaken
concrete too by "debonding" the Portland that causes concrete
to bond in the first place. However, bear in mind that the "concrete
floors" were not load bearing reinforced concrete. They were supported
by what was a weakening by the day superstructure and cross members.
- There was a 1989 meeting and the folks at the
firm [Emory Roth, the project architect that took over after the design
architects completed the conceptual drawings] that had their office,
plans and specs seized - were told that the $5.6 billion "take it
down, rebuild it" project was cancelled and in about "10-12
they would "blow it up and start over". Consider that - and
that NYC and the US Govt could not stand the global embarrassment of being
so stupid or negligent that they did not consider the effects of galvanic
corrosion on the superstructure. That is structural design 101 in
school and why they want architects to take physics and chemistry for
sake. I did.
- I am an architect by the way, quit practicing in
see bimetallic corrosion to get to the two links above
- Guess what?
- The fat lady HAS SUNG. You know, the one in New York
Harbor with the torch of Liberty and Freedom held high.
- I want to find the sick bastard that thought it would
be a cute idea to have close to 3,000 in the building and use that as an
excuse to go take on a whole new energy policy, war policy, and lining
the pockets of just certain people.
- I think a Statute of Liberty hanging for that person
would be most appropriate.
- best regards,
- Karl W. B. Schwarz
- President, Chief Executive Officer
- Patmos Nanotechnologies, LLC