Tuesday, January 16, 2007

9/11 researchers must question NIST's assumptions

I have already criticized Steven Jones for assuming the authenticity of aircraft debris in support of his "planes" thesis, here:


and here:


To emphasize my point, I publish page 28 of NIST NCSTAR 1-5, which accepts without question highly implausible propulsions of aircraft debris far from the Twin Towers.

Given NIST's failures in relation to the "collapses" of the Twin Towers, it is not surprising that NIST is not questioning events that may be equally implausible.

Any 9/11 researcher that assumes that the perpetrators of 9/11 are lying about the "collapse," and that NIST are covering this up, should not be at all surprised that the perpetrators would fabricate aircraft debris evidence and that NIST would not question this "evidence."



Should I question NIST's results on "Flight 175" video deceleration that disprove the "planes"thesis? Perhaps, but I have independent evidence that disproves the thesis, and there is a limit to what I can do.

I have another idea about this: the more I read NIST, the more I think that NIST, between the lines, is offering important evidence that the official story is false. It is important to recognize that and not accept clearly invalid assumptions in support of the official story. NIST scientists are not stupid or evil; they are just constrained by the circumstances of their employment. Take what they can give.


Anonymous said...

Great work! Great science!

How do these bastards get away with cold-blooded murder?

Simple: THE MEDIA!

This site, and all the others trying to expose the 'crime of the new millennium' are THE ANTI-THESIS to the MEDIA. Publish while you can!

BTW I googled you up cold. Thanks again. Keep up the pressure.

This site is now linked on Liberty Forum.com. Check out the bar-room brawl. Not for the fainthearted. You may wish to post there. The perps HAVE to try and neutalize this stuff, or at least 'muddy the waters.'

Love your work!

'Coburg' posting on Liberty Forum


Ningen said...

Thanks, Coburg. I appreciate your words of encouragement. I'll check out Liberty Forum again -- it's been a while since I visited.

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