Video Analysis of NIST’s Claim of a 5.4 s Collapse Time Over 18 Stories for WTC 7

by Jul 11, 2011Liberty & Economy2 comments

NIST's report on the collapse of WTC 7 is scientific fraud.

ABSTRACT

NIST, in its draft report for public comment, initially denied that WTC 7 collapsed at the acceleration of gravity with the claim that an overall collapse time of 5.4 seconds was 40 percent longer than a free-fall time of 3.9 seconds for the first 18 stories. After being confronted with analysis of the collapse clearly demonstrating that free-fall had occurred, NIST acknowledged this fact in its final report, yet still maintained that the overall collapse time was 5.4 seconds. NIST explained in the final report that this measurement was obtained by examining a single pixel of a video towards the center of the roofline. It is argued in this paper that NIST’s chosen methodology for determining the point in time representing the onset of global collapse is not merely fallacious, but indicative of a willful and deliberate effort to deceive the public and obfuscate the implications of free-fall through scientific fraud.

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  1. David Chandler

    Hi Jeremy,
    I am trying to quote your paper in my talk at the Toronto Hearings, but your link to foreignpolicyjournal.com appears dead. Is the journal defunct? Is this the new permanent site for the article?
    –David Chandler

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