AdamT over at Debunking 9/11 Debunkers has written up a nice post about the latest page. Once again, he shows a promising ability to skip over things being said, and thus holds great promise in the 9/11 Truth world. This time he’s done it to NIST as well as myself, so he’s moving on up!
Let’s remind our viewers at home that when NIST looked at the buildings usually brought up to compare to Building 7, they said this:
These other buildings, including Philadelphia’s One Meridian Plaza, a 38-story skyscraper that burned for 18 hours in 1991, did not collapse due to differences in the design of the structural system.
Differences in the design of the structural system, says NIST. I’ll bet that’s one of the place where NIST just can’t be trusted, right, AdamT? Because that seems to point to the unrecognized design flaw they discovered in their modeling.
And he neatly avoided dealing with the ARUP study of the WTC collapses that they conducted before designing a single joint of the Mandarin Oriental building! Yes, a building is designed specifically to avoid the problems with the 9/11 collapses, and lo and behold, it doesn’t fall down when it becomes engulfed in flames! How about them apples? Ah, well, to be young again…