We’re not taking no for an answer.
The “no” in question has come from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in its response to dozens of emails from the public, sent at the urging of AE911Truth, asking NIST to annul its 2009 “Finding Regarding Public Safety Information.”
This policy states that the disclosure of certain computer modeling data and other information used by NIST in its investigation of the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 “might jeopardize public safety” — and therefore the data cannot be released to the public.
In response to those who contacted NIST last month, NIST’s Public Inquiries Office wrote . . .