No we don't. We know that Harrit alleges that iron rich spheres were left behind when the paint ignited. The temperature the paint ignites at is not neccessarily the temperature the paint burns with. Peice of history - allegedly the ancient greeks discovered the smelting process (blooming) through forest fires. Bloomeries operate at temperatures as low as 1100°C. According to this source Linseed Oil ignites at 343°C. I haven't found any direct sources for adiabatic flame temperatures yet (I've found a ocuple of references to it, but they say it's currently unavailable), however, This source describes Linseed oil reacting with Magnesium Carbonate to generate temperatures high enough that the magnesium carbonate was glowing red. Name calling only serves to make you look desperate - 'conspiracy theorist' is not a perjorative, it's a description of a position. Are you suggesting there is no conspiracy involved in your position? As for the Iron you're referring to, that was the iron nodules that were present in the dust from the world trade center, not the ones produced by the ignition of the paint chips. It's those very iron nodules that Harrit claims to have been looking for when he found the paint chips. Technically, and realistically, you have proven no such thing. Perhaps you'd care to explain how it's *thermite without nanometer sized pieces of aluminium in it?