Even the New York Times withholds the address

Scott Granados scott at wworks.net
Tue Nov 19 17:28:11 UTC 2002

Diesel can even exstinguish flame in some cases.  It is a much different
anamal than aircraft fuel.

There are concerns yes but not a good compairison.

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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