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canetoad Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Aug-30-06 05:26 PM
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15. So you are saying that
If someone believes WTC was demolished, they automatically believe there were no planes?

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  -NIST Responds With Frequently Asked Q&A. Bushwick Bill  Aug-30-06 02:02 PM   #0 
  - Woah! A bit surprising that they're responding to CD  greyl   Aug-30-06 02:11 PM   #1 
  - Weird. I notice they completely avoided the main question.  mhatrw   Aug-30-06 04:39 PM   #2 
  - It seemed to me that they were simply trying to debunk  Hope2006   Aug-30-06 04:42 PM   #3 
  - They are responding to the fact that many are questioning.the  John Q. Citizen   Aug-30-06 04:57 PM   #5 
  - This is what I was thinking also...n/t  Hope2006   Aug-31-06 05:24 AM   #29 
  - My Questions.  mhatrw   Aug-30-06 05:12 PM   #8 
  - Am thinking this post is not meant to be responding to my post? n/t  Hope2006   Aug-30-06 05:19 PM   #11 
  - I was continuing your thought that NIST was simply doing some  mhatrw   Aug-30-06 05:22 PM   #14 
     - I understand.  Hope2006   Aug-30-06 06:20 PM   #16 
  - Times of impact...  Carefulplease   Aug-31-06 03:53 PM   #35 
     - Please explain why LDEO got the original times wrong by 3 seconds.  mhatrw   Aug-31-06 04:34 PM   #37 
        - Maybe seismology is more complicated than you think.  Carefulplease   Sep-01-06 12:49 AM   #41 
        - You see nothing remarkable about a published margin of error  mhatrw   Sep-01-06 03:57 PM   #48 
           - This kind of error adjustment is not uncommon at all...  Carefulplease   Sep-01-06 08:29 PM   #59 
              - Visit a library?  mhatrw   Sep-02-06 03:36 AM   #62 
                 - That is a bummer.  Carefulplease   Sep-02-06 10:54 PM   #68 
        - Those questions would best be directed to the people that did the studies.  Make7   Sep-01-06 04:28 AM   #44 
           - Yes, they would. Unfortunately, these people have a choice of  mhatrw   Sep-01-06 03:46 PM   #47 
              - I think the issue would probably be with the velocity figure they used.  Make7   Sep-01-06 05:38 PM   #53 
                 - So you think the "old" wave propagation velocity from downtown NY  mhatrw   Sep-01-06 05:56 PM   #54 
                    - How did they arrive at the 2 km/s number in the original paper? ( n/t )  Make7   Sep-01-06 07:43 PM   #58 
  - I had that feeling as well  MissWaverly   Sep-01-06 05:06 PM   #51 
  - You're kidding, right?  boloboffin   Aug-30-06 04:51 PM   #4 
  - Because the OP is nonsense. NIST cherry-picked the "questions"  mhatrw   Aug-30-06 05:15 PM   #9 
  - In addition  Hope2006   Aug-30-06 04:59 PM   #6 
     - There is also a concerted effort to see the current administation  boloboffin   Aug-30-06 05:02 PM   #7 
     - Good to hear  Hope2006   Aug-30-06 05:16 PM   #10 
     - Exactly. You are just trying to stop our questioning of the government's  mhatrw   Aug-30-06 05:20 PM   #12 
     - Are you joking?  John Q. Citizen   Aug-30-06 05:21 PM   #13 
     - So you are saying that  canetoad   Aug-30-06 05:26 PM   #15 
     - I think you are wrong there  canetoad   Aug-30-06 09:31 PM   #23 
     - So, when questions are answered  greyl   Aug-30-06 10:07 PM   #26 
  - Here's the interesting part  DoYouEverWonder   Aug-30-06 06:27 PM   #17 
  - Sounds more like they are trying to see what happens  LARED   Aug-30-06 07:45 PM   #18 
     - Agree about the implementation of national standards  canetoad   Aug-30-06 07:57 PM   #19 
        - The process is difficult to describe...  AZCat   Aug-30-06 09:28 PM   #22 
           - Similar here  canetoad   Aug-30-06 09:48 PM   #24 
              - I agree.  AZCat   Aug-30-06 10:08 PM   #27 
                 - The fact remains however that OCTers continually misrepresent  dailykoff   Aug-31-06 11:41 AM   #31 
                    - As opposed to just being a rude one-line poster?  AZCat   Aug-31-06 08:20 PM   #38 
                    - Ignorance is no excuse, sorry. (n/t)  dailykoff   Sep-01-06 03:39 AM   #42 
                       - I accept your apology, but am confused...  AZCat   Sep-01-06 06:15 AM   #45 
                          - I'll say. (n/t)  dailykoff   Sep-02-06 06:56 PM   #66 
                    - So what are safety factors?  hack89   Aug-31-06 08:22 PM   #39 
                       - Ditto. (n/t)  dailykoff   Sep-01-06 03:40 AM   #43 
                          - A classic non-answer. I should have know better then to ask. nt  hack89   Sep-01-06 03:35 PM   #46 
  - Well now the OCTers  DoYouEverWonder   Aug-30-06 08:25 PM   #20 
  - There are so many of us now ...  hack89   Aug-30-06 09:13 PM   #21 
  - Well I know the job market is pretty tight right now  DoYouEverWonder   Aug-30-06 10:04 PM   #25 
  - I know - I don't even like to go to...  AZCat   Aug-30-06 10:14 PM   #28 
  - LOL, you got it. There's a lie in every line.  dailykoff   Aug-31-06 11:19 AM   #30 
     - I'm still trying to figure out what #9 is supposed to mean.  mhatrw   Aug-31-06 12:35 PM   #32 
        - Indeed they were both hot and "oxigen depleted" in places.  Carefulplease   Aug-31-06 01:48 PM   #34 
           - Almost all indoor fires burn between 650C and 900C.  mhatrw   Aug-31-06 04:14 PM   #36 
              - You can't measure the temperature of a fire from the color of the smoke...  Carefulplease   Sep-01-06 12:15 AM   #40 
                 - Come on. Show me any evidence that any actual office  mhatrw   Sep-01-06 04:25 PM   #49 
                    - According to this paper ...  hack89   Sep-01-06 04:56 PM   #50 
                       - Yes. The operating phrase is "could have theoretically."  mhatrw   Sep-01-06 05:21 PM   #52 
                          - As much as I enjoy watching you spin and twist ...  hack89   Sep-01-06 06:12 PM   #55 
                          - That's cool.  mhatrw   Sep-01-06 07:05 PM   #56 
                          - You forget to mention...  Carefulplease   Sep-01-06 09:49 PM   #60 
                             - Let me ask you one simple question. Were the WTC towers more like  mhatrw   Sep-02-06 03:34 AM   #61 
                                - Deleted message  Name removed   Sep-02-06 07:14 AM   #63 
                                - Wow! What an informative response!  mhatrw   Sep-02-06 12:31 PM   #64 
                                - I said I would offer some pointers...  Carefulplease   Sep-02-06 09:57 PM   #67 
  - The NIST Investigation has very limited goals  DoYouEverWonder   Aug-31-06 01:07 PM   #33 
  - Technically, yes, but in practice,  dailykoff   Sep-02-06 06:55 PM   #65 
  - DARN! DEbunked Again!  MervinFerd   Sep-01-06 07:27 PM   #57 
 

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