Even the New York Times withholds the address

Joel Jaeggli joelja at darkwing.uoregon.edu
Tue Nov 19 13:21:45 UTC 2002

Not sure what they would gain by converting to fuel cells as the article
suggests. They probably would still require onsite storage for their
hydrogen source in order to insure uniterupted supply, either hydrogen, 
lng, natural gas or propane. what's better in a fire, a heating oil tank 
or a propane tank?


On Tue, 19 Nov 2002, Johannes Ullrich wrote:

> > http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/19/nyregion/19FUEL.html
> ...
> > While almost everyone on this list knows which building is the subject
> > of the article, we can discuss the issue without discussing the
> > particular building.
> > 
> > On-site fuel storage is one of those double-edge swords.  
> The article is comparing the relatively 'inert' diesel fuel to
> the aircraft fuel that caused the devastation at the WTC.
> Did the authors of this article ever hear about heating oil tanks?

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