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Dr. G wrote:Now that all of the Final Reports on the collapse of Buildings 1, 2 & 7 at the World Trade Center in NYC on September 11th 2001 have been issued, is it safe to say that the NIST investigation of 9/11 is really over?
I believe that NIST thinks it is; and the way NIST recently presented its "Final" Report on WTC 7 as something of a fait accompli tends to support this proposition.
But I have to wonder why NIST's questionable "Final" reports should be the end of the great 9/11 debate, .....surely not because NIST says it is so.
Perhaps, on the contrary, we should thank NIST for its numerous studies of the 9/11 catastrophe and say:
"This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.
Dr. G wrote:Stundie:
I think we have to accept that NIST, as it is currently configured, is an entity designed to "serve and protect" its masters - the American construction industry.
NIST is simply being what it was re-created to be a few years back, a business - not a research institute - when it ceased being the NBS.
This is too bad because the old NBS (National Bureau of Standards) was something completely different: an internationally respected, world-class science-based "standards" organization that was much less constrained to serve any political masters.
However, NIST is not the only organization taken over by "big business". It's happened to our universities too.......
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