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OnTheOtherHand Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Nov-10-09 07:57 AM
Response to Reply #125
126. I stand by my statements, and you offered no substantive response
Edited on Tue Nov-10-09 08:01 AM by OnTheOtherHand
I have no confidence in your capacity to interpret NIST's "fancy rhetoric." But if you are hell-bent on believing that NIST is making some excruciating concession here, I'm sure you will.

ETA: I'll try one more appeal to reason. Do you really, truly, honestly believe that "because of the magnitude of the deflections and the number of failures occurring, the computer models are not able to converge on a solution" means that NIST can't explain why the buildings collapsed? What meaning, if any, does the part of that quotation before the comma convey to you?
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