Trustworthy Freedom Fighter
Joined: 30 Jul 2006
Location: East London
|Posted: Mon Mar 24, 2014 12:57 pm Post subject:
|Less than a hundred signers so far! Come on Guys & Gals, AVAAZ might be dodgy, but that doesn't mean we can't sign excellent petitions like this one. They have a huge number of followers, and if this petition gets on a roll, it will at least spread our message to many who otherwise might not otherwise ever question the 'Officiial Narrative'.
'Todd Zinser, Office of Inspector General, Department of Commerce: Investigate why NIST created a fraudulent report on WTC7':
https://secure.avaaz.org/en/petition/Todd_Zinser_Office_of_Inspector_G eneral_Department_of_Commerce_Investigate_why_NIST_created_a_fraudulen t_report_on_WTC7/?pv=1
Here is part of the original submission:
'It was only some years after the issuance of the NIST Report that drawings were released, in response to a FOIA request, revealing that critical structural features in Building 7 were inexplicably missing from consideration in the Report.These critical features included stiffeners, that provided critical girder support, as well as lateral support beams which supported a beam which allegedly buckled.
Only through the omission of any discussion about the stiffeners and the lateral support beams is NISTís probable collapse sequence possible. With the inclusion of these critical features, NISTís probable collapse sequence must be ruled out unambiguously. It is the unanimous opinion of the structural engineers who have carefully studied this matter that an independent engineering enquiry would swiftly reach the same conclusion.
After the discovery of these omissions, the group of engineers who discovered them pressed for nearly two years to get an answer to the question as to why these critical features were omitted from the Reportís discussion and analysis.
They were greeted with silence until October 25, 2013 when a NIST public relations official (not a professional engineer) finally acknowledged that the stiffeners had been omitted, but incredibly (from an engineering standpoint) said they were not necessary to consider....'
'And he (the devil) said to him: To thee will I give all this power, and the glory of them; for to me they are delivered, and to whom I will, I give them'. Luke IV 5-7.