Monday, March 26, 2007

Wood Takes On NIST

Well I am back in the good old USA, albeit rather jet-lagged. Many thanks to Pat for keeping up on all the news while I was gone. Things went well, although we are still trying to decide whether to disperse our mind control drugs through the usual chemtrail method, or through Starbucks Coffee...

For those of you unfamiliar with this site, that is a joke, I don't want Starbucks lawyers calling me.

On to 9/11 denier news nuttery, well you know how the truthers are always demanding answers. Now former engineering prof Judy Wood is demanding that NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, which has produced a series of reports on the collapse of the World Trade Centers, officially respond to her Star Wars Beam Weapon theory:

DATA QUALITY ACT (DQA) CHALLENGES HAVE BEEN FILED WITH NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND TECHNOLOGY (NIST)

EVIDENCE FOR DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS PUT FORWARD IN A DQA REQUEST FOR CORRECTION

PERSONS WITH SUPPORTING INFORMATION ARE ASKED TO COME FORWARD AND BE HEARD

The DQA challenges are called "Requests for Correction" (RFC). Each one asserts that NIST's reporting on the destruction of the World Trade Center on 9/11/01 is lacking in quality, integrity. Some challenge NIST's conclusions and evasions as being fraudulent, misleading and deceptive.

These three RFCs are the first known to have been filed with NIST that challenge the validity of the official explanations of what caused the near instanteous destruction of the World Trade Center complex on September 11, 2001.

Oh yeah, this is going to help them find legitimacy in the scientific community.

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9 Comments:

At 26 March, 2007 06:45, Blogger 911_truthiness said...

We should request a DQA based on the Keebler Elves scenario.

Would be appropriate. Nist did not test for Elfin cookie residue.

 
At 26 March, 2007 07:51, Blogger Richard said...

Would she have to prove that these weapons even exist or is that passed on to NIST?

 
At 26 March, 2007 08:08, Blogger Alex said...

Heh. Actually, that was my first thought upon hearing that NIST was going to "consider a demolition scenario" in their report. I figured if they were going to be that silly, they may as well also study starwars beam weapons, holographic planes, and my very own gremlin demolition theory.

 
At 26 March, 2007 08:25, Blogger Pat said...

Welcome back, James! I hope the Chinese taught you a lot about how to run those FEMA death camps; we've got a lot of rounding up to do!

 
At 26 March, 2007 08:32, Blogger Triterope said...

Well, at least they're trying to follow a real process. That's a dangerous step into reality for a nut like Judy Wood.

Though I imagine this process just requires NIST to defend its own work, not investigate alternative theories.

In fact, this whole thing sounds like tax protestor logic. These people think they can bring the whole government conspiracy down in one stroke if they just file the right form. So they go looking for some obscure, narrow government form, fill it out with some objective for which it was never intended, then claim conspiracy when the republic doesn't crumble beneath it.

 
At 26 March, 2007 10:20, Blogger CHF said...

Ya see, twoofers?

This is what you get for being such lazy shits.

You could all have taken your amazing evidence to experts but you decided instead to JAQ off on the net.

So now one of you has finally decided to take on NIST and it's....the laser beam lady.

I can't think of anyone better to represent da twoof.

 
At 26 March, 2007 13:29, Blogger James B. said...

Well if anyone knows about running camps with large amounts of people, it would be the Chinese.

It was an interesting trip. On one side they have an incredible capitalist entrepeneurial culture, on the other they have a dictatorship which does not allow any challenge to it. You have to show IDs just to use a terminal at an Internet cafe. One of my classmates even saw a woman get dragged away for trying to unfurl a banner in Tianamenn Square.

 
At 26 March, 2007 17:05, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

why do I get teh distinct impression that when, and if, Judy gets a reply, she will not be plastering it all over cyberspace.

"Dear Judy,

You are wrong, and likely insane.

Yours sincerely

NIST"

 
At 27 March, 2007 01:20, Blogger Der Bruno Stroszek said...

Judy Wood is now The Respectable Face Of 9/11 Denial. That's just beautiful.

 

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