OT: WAS: Even the New York Times withholds the address

Al Rowland alan_r1 at corp.earthlink.net
Tue Nov 19 17:37:51 UTC 2002

Actually, there are different grades of jet fuel as well as diesel. JP4
is 'common' but JP3 also has the characteristic of extinguishing fires
and requires an accelerant to ignite. It was used in SR-71s among

Best regards,
Al Rowland

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From: owner-nanog at merit.edu [mailto:owner-nanog at merit.edu] On Behalf Of
Scott Granados
Sent: Tuesday, November 19, 2002 9:28 AM
To: Johannes Ullrich
Cc: Sean Donelan; nanog at merit.edu
Subject: Re: Even the New York Times withholds the address

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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