Here is the video of the man from the NIST failing...AGAIN Aeeing as you are repeating yourself, I'll feel I should do the same until you can actually address the points raised.
If you look a bit harder, you will see orange material as he pours the aluminum,which once again, debunks your claim. And:
Pure liquid aluminum would be expected to appear silvery. However, the molten metal was very likely mixed with large amounts of hot, partially burned, solid organic materials (e.g., furniture, carpets, partitions and computers) which can display an orange glow, much like logs burning in a fireplace. The apparent color also would have been affected by slag formation on the surface."
Edited by skyeagle409, 04 April 2013 - 10:05 PM.