Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe pp.7-31 (25) Authors: Niels H. Harrit, Jeffrey Farrer, Steven E. Jones, Kevin R. Ryan, Frank M. Legge, Daniel Farnsworth, Gregg Roberts, James R. Gourley, Bradley R. Larsen.
I made a short post about it (Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe); simply drawing it to the attention of the very few people who may happen to stumble across the blog.
At the end of the post I expressed the opinion that it would be interesting to see how this work would be received.
I suppose I've got my answer.
As far as I can tell the paper has been ignored.
I don't know what to say ... evidence supporting one of the many competing hypotheses surrounding a catastrophic event simply ... ignored.
Anyway, if you want to make some of your own nano-thermite, reference 19 from the paper leads to,
Making Nanostructured Pyrotechnics In A Beaker by A E Gash, R L Simpson, T M Tillotson, J H Satcher, and L W Hrubesh. However, in order to make sufficient quantities to destroy a building, plant and equipment would be required (perhaps along the lines of ...).
Update 5th March 2011. The nanothermite paper has been destroyed by Prof D Rancourt. For details see Editor in Chief resigned over the Harrit et al. nanothermite paper