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Notify away, it doesn't look that way on my screen. it clearly shows those are my words not yours.
You created a false post showing that this video and the statement in the video was originally posted from me!
You need to remove it, or I will notify a moderator of your actions now.
This is the lowest attemp I have ever seen by a member to discrete the member character, and credibility.
This is not debunking this is a smear campaign.
I have NEVER posted that video or made those statements!
Do you enjoy setting innocent people up to look guilty?
That was never originally posted by me.
In what capacity was he employed at NIST?
This guy is a former member of NIST,
Refusing to share raw data is the worst possible insult you can give to peer review. If you refuse to share your raw data, you are refusing to let your "peers" do any kind of "review" on your data.
That's the exact definition of not being peer reviewed.
And it implies that NIST does not believe its work would stand up to academic scrutiny.
originally posted by: [post=22303256]D8Tee
originally posted by: [post=22303210]Informer1958
originally posted by: Informer1958
a reply to: D8Tee
originally posted by: bloodymarvelous
One might even go so far as to interpret it as a confession.
NIST is quietly telling us that its explanation could not stand up to academic scrutiny. But for political reasons, they have to at least stand their ground superficially.
I guess somebody has a foot on their throat, preventing them from being able to say it out loud. So you just have to pay attention to their gestures.
'jeapardise public safety'. When pushed, they go on to suggest that the data could be used by potential terrorists to programme their own computer and use that to discover how to bring down other steelframe highrise buildings.