"The intense electromagnetic wave induces a great current in metal (and not in "people or paper"). The current becomes great heat, resulting in rapid expansion of said metal. A given car door can only expand so much before its boundary is reached and there is nowhere for the heat or expansion to go, which results in doors or handles (if they are metallic), etc. exploding off. This is why you will see some cars with only their paint vaporized (intercepted only low level EMP due to distance, angle, sheilding etc.), and other cars will show a burnt front, but the back half is virtually "normal." The electromagnetic field and subsequent current is stopped at the boundaries of the doors."
-- Anonymous Physicist A summary of evidence of EMPs (Electromagnetic Pulses) from the Nukes Used in the WTC on 9/11
Characteristics of nuclear EMP (Electromagnetic pulse) - from Wikipedia
"Nuclear EMP is a complex multi-pulse, usually described in terms of three components, as defined by the International Electrotechnical Commission.
A Summary of Evidence of EMPs (Electromagnetic Pulses) from the Nukes Used in the WTC on 9/11, by The Anonymous Physicist"Now a nuclear bomb will emit a great flux of gamma rays. These will ionize (expel electrons from) surrounding air molecules. The electrons’ behavior is such that a coherent electromagnetic wave front moves outward. This has been named an Electromagnetic Pulse, or EMP. An EMP will adversely affect any metallic objects that it intersects as it reaches them. A high voltage and current will be induced into the metal, which can cause circuitry, or any metallic parts to melt, catch fire, or explode."
VT Nuclear Education: Undeniable Proof of 9/11 as a Nuclear Event, by Gordon Duff, Senior Editor and the NNP (Nuclear Non-Proliferation community)"Radioactive fallout found by the U.S. Geological Survey in samples from 35 sites surrounding the WTC for nearly a mile. Other signs were the speed of the Towers disintegrations (8 to 10 seconds), the shock and blast waves, the pyroclastic main cloud, base-surges of street-level dust clouds, electromagnetic pulses (EMPs), upwellings of clouds from street gratings blocks away, the 2,800ºF heat under the WTC debris, and, possibly, the giveaway light-blue Cerenkov Radiation when the debris “pile” was cleared in mid-March. Add to all these signs, the molten metal in the footprints of WTC 1, 2, and 7 that for three months could not be extinguished by water or daily soil changes as it consumed concrete, steel, glass, office combustibles. The increasing incidence of radiation-only cancers from residents is another tell-tale sign of a nuclear “event.”
Seismic evidence and witness statements indicate that high-yield explosives were used in basements of all buildings except the Marriott that morning to clear space for their remains. The Towers’ detonation and impact times were seconds apart, as Richter-scale data in the endnotes show. Basement Levels 1-6 to Floor 30 with doors blown off hinges, and two fire-blackened people dying in that lobby.
Fallout (Uranium, Strontium, Barium, Zinc, and More) Detected by USGS ... particles of barium, zinc, and lead, elements that never should have turned up in Lower Manhattan, caught the instant attention of those who were knowledgeable about fallout. The elevated levels of nuclear particles omitted in the news release, but recorded in those tables: Uranium and its deadly offspring of strontium, barium, and zinc. Massive levels were found of strontium: 3,130 ppms as a maximum; 378 ppms as a minimum; and 726.61 ppms as the mean. In leaching tests, strontium’s minimum was a 561 ppms; the maximum, a staggering 1,690 ppms; a mean of 1,083.10 ppms. The USGS’s 33 outdoor samples do indicate irrefutable signs of nuclear materials."
The cancer is multiple myeloma. Victims are told they got it from breathing “toxic soup” from 9/11, mostly drywall dust. The number of victims who have thus far applied for benefits from the 2.7-billion-dollar 9/11 fund, as reported in the New York Post story, that number is 69,900. There is one known direct cause for this disease, exposure to a nuclear explosion. Multiple myeloma is also known as "the Hiroshima disease.""