Ralph Cinque: You can read Mr. Ketcham's letter to the Euro-Physics Journal here:
What an appalling and outrageous theory NIST came up with, that the Towers, including Building 7 which was never hit by a plane and had only scant, minimal fires, were felled due to "office fires."
And, I hope you caught Mr. Ketcham's reference to it being a "predetermined conclusion." What does that remind you of? How about the Warren Commission's "predetermined conclusion" that Lee Harvey Oswald killed Kennedy? That is most certainly what it was: a predetermined conclusion.
And, such predetermined conclusions are almost always the product of government because only the institution of government has the kind of close-minded, blinders-on "group-think" that can result in such brazenly wrong conclusions. Groupthink, a term coined by social psychologist Irving Janis in 1972, occurs when a group makes faulty decisions because group pressures lead to a deterioration of “mental efficiency, reality testing, and moral judgment."
Another example are the HSCA archeologists who found for Lovelady in the Doorman controversy.
I wish everyone would realize that the government can NEVER honestly investigate anything. There needs to be a new 9/11 investigation but by architect, engineers, physicists, demolition experts, forensic experts, etc. who are independent, who are not beholden to the government. Government will always seek to protect itself and hide its crimes.
Things are looking up for 9/11 truth, just as they are looking up for JFK truth. And there is no doubt that each will end up with the ransacking and utter destruction of the official stories.