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Two days ago, Europhysics News released its first issue since the publication of “15 years later: On the physics of high-rise building collapses,” which has now been viewed nearly 350,000 times since its release — and which even caused the magazine's server to break down at one point.
Lo and behold, on page 43 is a startling and extraordinary letter to the editor by a former employee of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Peter Michael Ketcham, who worked at NIST from 1997 until 2011.
Major_Tom wrote: Does anyone have access to other comments besides the two in the link? Are there many pages of comments that can be reviewed?
Mr. Ketcham closes his stunning 500-word rebuke by calling upon NIST to “blow the whistle on itself now” ...
My post was scornful, kawika's repsonse frustrated and defeatist. I see no hate. The only thing I truly hate within this thread is the mannered use of the word "within" when "in" would do the job just as nicely
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