Hobson's choice :
I see, Randi.org has wasted a few more posts to my problem :
The problem with the Randi.org members, who have casually glanced into my posts, is the usual. They did not spend enough time to let it sink in,
unbiased, then re-read it several times, until they hopefully suddenly see where the NIST problem originates.
The childish responses of a few Randi.org members aside ( we call them not philosophers, but penis-flippants in my country), I'll explain it member
R.Mackey, the first serious response from Randi.org, first :
You make the same mistake as many before you in your first reaction :
NO, they were NOT time-corrected !
R.Mackey : What's missing here is the LDEO signals are time-corrected for the expected siesmic travel time. The actual source of the 10
second delay is the time between the start of the collapse and anything massive hitting the ground.
Thus, no conflict.
You, and member Kent1 with you, evidently did NOT want to understand what I undeniably proved with 5 examples in my post # 5 :
because it doesn't fit your biased and sarcastic view on the post 9/11 world.
As you can see, I am clarevoyant in my past posts, regarding even future responses :
There seem to be a need to proof to the obvious far too casual reader, that LDEO indeed did include the 17 sec delay in their recordings of
received seismic signals from New York on 11 September 2001 in their seismic charts.
And that the event time stamps printed by LDEO above the "Seismograms recorded by LCSN Station PAL (Palisades, NY)" of the plane impacts and
building collapses were the actual times of the incoming signals at PAL.
Not the actual event times in New York.!
There is a 17 seconds delay time for the seismic signals to travel through the upper crust from NY to PAL, as stated by LDEO them self.
Don't feel lonely, you both are in illustre company.
All NIST researchers missed this important fact for 3 years, just as you did now.
And then I already explained in my post # 4 above that post # 5, what the biggest problem with the NIST report is :
These are the 100 to 10 nanometer per second corrected seismograms from LDEO.
The two collapse charts, when reduced to the same sensitivity as the 3 others (0 -10 nm/sec), clearly show preceding seismic events, just as
big as the (23 sec chart position) preceding seismic event in the WTC 7 chart.
THUS I REPEAT :
That can only mean one thing.
13 seconds before NIST found their first visual event proof of building failure, the east penthouse roof dent photograph by Nicolas Cianca, some
seismic event, comparable to the head-on collision of a huge air plane on each WTC 1 and 2 towers, shook the bedrock at the WTC-7
And the same comparable seismic events preceded the 2 Collapsing Towers.
And you, Left-behind, also want to tell me again, that I can't call those events, explosions?
Did you see the huge EXPLOSIONS when the 2 planes hit?
Btw, Bsbray11 lately posted somewhere, photo's of the reinforced structure of the floors above the CON-ED power station when WTC 7 was under
construction. These beams and columns were MUCH stronger than the rest of the steel used in that building.
Did you see them back as bent and dented debris in photos of post collapsed WTC 7 ?
Why did we not see any remaining parts of this immense strong structure, where did it end up?