Wednesday, 27 August 2008

Shyam Sunder's Sham: NIST's Final Report on the Collapse of Building 7

... while we are in the process of suspending our disbelief for federal flights of fancy (yes, NIST is an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce, which is under the aegis of the executive branch of government) let's not worry about all that physical evidence like the iron-aluminum-sulfur microspheres found all over in the World Trade Center dust, or the molten iron burning for weeks in the rubble, indicative of thermite/thermate explosions, or eyewitness testimony for that matter. We can now dismiss such bogus evidence because according to NIST this is just not plausible because it doesn't fit their hypothesis. From Syham Sunder, NIST's lead investigator into the collapse:

"In order for the thermate reaction to melt steel to take place, there has to be materials. If you look at the amount needed—at least 100 pounds for one column—you need someone to get that amount in the building, and place it, and for the reaction to take place. It is unlikely."

According to NIST's logic, it is unlikely that al Queda would have access to a building full of personnel from federal agencies like the CIA, the DoD and the Office of Emergency Management, so the physical evidence of thermite must be moot. Right?

The NIST study is scattered. You simply can't ignore the physical evidence of Molten Steel and Thermates and accept the report as a credible scientific study. The NIST work here represents an out-and-out fraud of the highest order designed to hide the fact that explosives MUST have been at work on the WTC buildings.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, August 27th, 2008]

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