NIST Action and Educational Outreach, July 11, 2012: Join Us!

NISTReportShamPlease join us for an “11th of the month” action in front of NIST in Boulder next Wednesday, July 11, from 3 to 6 PM (or later if folks want to stay). This is a joint action with We Are Change Colorado, Colorado 9/11 Visibility, and Boulder 9/11 Visibility. Meet any time you can get there at the corner of Broadway and Rayleigh in South Boulder.  The address for NIST is 325 South Broadway, Boulder, CO 80305.

Parking: There is an RTD Park and Ride at the northeast corner of Broadway and 27th Way, directly across from NIST.  You access it by turning onto 27th from Broadway, then go one block and turn left into the Park and Ride.  There is also parking in the neighborhood on Lashley Lane directly across from the light at Broadway and Rayleigh.  You can access it by turning east from Broadway onto Ash just south of NIST.

Bring signs or just show up as numbers are important for such a large venue.  It’s really fun, and in three hours, we can get a message to over 10,000 people driving by.  Not a bad day’s work!!

We hope to see you this Wednesday!


Below image: NIST’s fraudulent computer             Below video captures: WTC Building 7 descending model of the “collapse” of WTC 7.                          symmetrically straight down into its own footprint.

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National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is a non-regulatory agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce.  NIST’s mission statement: “Promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards, and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life.”  

In regards to NIST’s 10,000-page report on the “collapse” of the World Trade Center skyscrapers, NIST’s “standard” for “measurement science” is evidently below standard and scientifically doesn’t measure up.  NIST continues to refuse to release their computer model data which has been requested by independent scientists so that NIST’s data can be analyzed.