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Ed Jewett
07-13-2010, 09:28 PM
NIST Denies Access to WTC7 Data

http://911blogger.com/news/2010-07-12/nist-denies-access-wtc-collapse-data (http://911blogger.com/news/2010-07-12/nist-denies-access-wtc-collapse-data)

Magda Hassan
07-14-2010, 04:44 AM
Now why would they do that I wonder? Supposed to be on safety grounds. Secrets=safety? So they have something to hide. I can hear the shredding machine starting up as I write.

Peter Lemkin
07-14-2010, 05:35 AM
Hmm......I haven't tried to make a comprehensive list, but off the top of my head it seems that EVERY agency asked has REFUSED to give up any information regarding 9-11...how odd [cough, cough]. So the Pentagon refuses to show the hundreds or thousands of photos/videos they have of whatever hit the building [and other related information]; the black boxes are disappeared; NIST now refuses this info; Information on what was found at the WTC site is suppressed and tightly held; So much evidence was destroyed (much of it even admitted to!) and whistleblowers are threatened with their lives; plane numbered parts are refused and on and on and on. Gee....I wonder if there is something they feel they need to hide [or were told to]?!?!?!?

Peter Lemkin
07-14-2010, 02:21 PM
ya just gotta watch this video of a very good experimental demonstration that the official version is as false as a wooden nickel...and NIST knows it!


[after watching the video...read this: Steven Jones mentioned experiments that he had done with thermate on steel previously at 911blogger:

"I (with colleagues) have done the experiment with thermite + sulfur (often called "thermate") acting on a piece of WTC steel. In fact, I did the experiment with BBC filming it! Then we looked at the steel, including use of electron microscopy, and found the same characteristic corrosion as found by Barnett et al. in WTC 7 steel.

OTOH, I know of no expt done to test whether gypsum and heat would have this effect -- I would be VERY surprised, as the sulfur in gypsum is not elemental Sulfur, but is bound as a sulfate (very difficult to reduce to suflur.) We should do the latter experiment to rule out such nonsense. If you can provide direct quotes from the BBC program on this point, it may prove useful in a research note on the subject.

Meanwhile, for BBC to neglect our experimental replication of the observed corrosion, using thermite + sulfur, is rather remarkable in itself, seeing that they filmed one of our experiments, as I distinctly recall."

Gypsum is calcium sulfate dihydrate, not elemental sulfur. To break gypsum down into elemental sulfur requires a rather involved industrial process.

Now I wonder why NIST, which investigated WTC7 for about 6 years, could not bring themselves to do such a simple experiment?]:vroam: