Originally Posted by Ragnar
Yes, para 3 is very interesting. Especially the last sentence where the authors admit
"No documentary evidence of the aircraft analysis was available to review the criteria and methods used in the analysis of the aircraft impact into the WTC towers, or to provide details on the ability of the WTC towers to withstand such impacts."
In other words, they were guessing based on stories they heard.
There is no such caveat to sentence #3 in the report. Unless they pulled a switch-a-roo after all the FOIA requests. Hmmmm... if they did, that's telling the truth to the American People huh?
Anyway, NIST cannot get away with such a change, IF you are to be believed in the first place, as numerous sites have already captured the page before the change,.
Here's just one I had bookmarked.
ETA: None of the pages I have show anything like you are asserting. Guess you are wrong again.
For instance, below is from NIST NCSTAR 1-2, WTC Investigation, Page 302, paragraph number 3; additionally, I've included the ending and beginning excerpts, of paragraphs 2 and 4 respectively. No where in it does it have the sentence you claim to have found.
"[2.] ... extremely high velocity gusts.
3. The buildings have been investigated and found to be safe in an assumed collision with a large jet airliner (Boeing 707 - DC 8) traveling at 600 miles per hour.
Analysis indicates that such collision would result in only local damage which could not cause collapse or substantial damage to the building
and would not endanger the lives and safety of occupants not in the immediate area of impact.
4. Because of its..."
^ Emphasis mine.