“Whistleblower”, kjemiker og aktivist Kevin Ryan går vitenskapelig til verks, og viser hvor uvitenskapelig og bedragersk NIST-rapporten er. Denne må ses!
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In an information-packed presentation of 58 minutes Kevin Ryan delivers a damning indictment of the official investigations of the total collapses of the Twin Towers and Building 7. Ryan‘s solid scholarship and application of the scientific method stands in stark contrast to the official investigations, whose dishonesty and corrupt anti-scientific methods Ryan exposes in abundance.
Ryan explains details of the investigation by the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) not acknowledged by the Institute, such as its failure to experimentally verify the floor pancake theory, forcing it to invent a new theory about the Towers’ collapse. Ryan notes commonalities in the WTC investigations by NIST and FEMA, and the investigation of the 1995 Oklahoma City Building, such as a high degree of overlap in the leaders of the respective investigations.
Ryan unquestionably qualifies as a whistleblower. Having been promoted to the top manager of Underwriter’s Laboratories water testing division, Ryan was dismissed on November of 2004 after an e-mail from him to Dr Frank Gayle of NIST questioning the collapse of the twin towers became public.
The Bush Administration has been “deliberately and systematically distorting scientific fact in the service of policy goals”
Open letter from 60 prominent scientists, including 20 Nobel laureates
“[We] found numerous instances where the Administration has manipulated the scientific process and distorted or suppressed scientific findings”
House Committee on Government Reform
Important WTC collapse considerations
- No tall buildings have ever collapsed from fire, but on 9/11, we’re told there were three
- No building exhibiting all the characteristics of demolition has ever NOT been a demolition
- Tall buildings do not collapse from fire
- 99.7% of steel evidence destroyed despite outraged cries from public and fire experts
- More than a year passed before full investigation began
- Because these are unique events, there are no experts on these subjects
- Official investigations never considered demolition
Madrid 2005 WTC 1 og 2
“It appeared to me that charges had been placed in the building” –
Ronald Hamburger, structural engineer and contributor to FEMA and NIST reports
Jet fuel fires melted steel?
- Steel melts at ~2800 F
- Jet fuel fires burn at maximum of ~1500 F
- Thermodynamic calculations suggest steel temperatures in impact zones could have reached maximum of 600 F
Eyewitness interviews not used
“[Did] you ever see professional demolition where they set the charges on certain floors and then you hear ‘Pop, pop, pop, pop, pop?’…I thought it was that.”
Paramedic Daniel Rivera
“the building popped, lower than the fire…I was going oh, my God, there is a secondary device because the way the building popped. I thought it was an explosion.”
Witness Timothy Burke
“It actually gave at a lower floor, not the floor where the plane hit. We originally thought there was like an internal detonation, explosives…”
Firefighter Edward Cachia
“I thought…that I saw low-level flashes…[at] the lower level of the building. You know like when they demolish a building?”
Assistant Commissioner Stephen Gregory
“It seemed like on television [when] they blow up these buildings. It seemed like it was going all around like a belt, all these explosions.”
Firefighter Richard Banaciski
“My initial reaction was that this was exactly the way it looks when they show you those implosions on TV.”
Deputy Commissioner Thomas Fitzpatrick
“the lowest floor of the fire in the south tower actually looked like someone had planted explosives all around it because…everything blew out on the one floor.”
Battalion Chief Brian Dixon
“There was an explosion in the south tower…I kept watching. Floor after floor after floor. [It] looked like a synchronized deliberate kind of thing.”
Firefighter Kenneth Rogers