NIST's Fahim Sadek in Denmark - 1 hour video

On June 10, 2010, Dr. Fahim Sadek of NIST (, an investigator who produced the Bush Administration's report on the WTC, gave a lecture at the Engineering College of Aarhus on the entire WTC Investigation. This is apparently the only time that NIST has given a detailed talk on their entire investigation.

It was expected that Sadek would take questions at the end of the lecture. However, nobody was allowed to ask any. Nevertheless, before Sadek left, Dr. Niels Harrit managed to catch him for a brief talk.

Three months before on February 28th, 2010, Dr. Niels Harrit gave a presentation on the collapse of World Trade Center 7 in Aarhus, Denmark, as well. Hundreds of invitations were sent to both journalists, city council members and various members of the scientific community. More than 300 people attended, among them several professors from the Engineering College of Aarhus.

Despite prohibiting filming or any other documentation of Sadek's presentation, over an hour of video the presentation was pieced together from several hidden video- and sound recorders. This is that presentation and the Sadek-Harrit exchange.

The entire presentation has finally been uploaded to YouTube:

The Sadek-Harrit exchange (4 minutes) is here, as well:

An interesting non-technical aspect about the filming of this presentation:

At 2:00 into the presentation and at 1:00 into the Sadek-Harrit exchange Sadek notices video cameras and protests. The first time he politely claimed that because he is showing copyrighted materials recording the presentation is prohibited. This seemed less genuine the another time he discovered a camera after he was done with his presentation and was speaking with Niels Harrit:

Sadek requests, "Please, no video taping. I don't know why you are doing that." Then he laughs nervously and adds, "I cannot talk while there are video cameras on."

Niels Harrit mentioned the camera incidents in an email sent on February 5, 2011: "As you'll see, Sadek spots one of them pretty early. What was not captured was a scene a little later, when he discovered another camera. He went completely nuts, threatening to leave the hall."

Fehim Sadek, you know why you were being videoed: You and your cohorts "might jeopardize public safety," to use the words of NIST Director Patrick Gallagher. Real scientists are happy to discuss their science openly and on camera because they have facts and logic behind their research, not fallacious reasoning and black-box simulations that defy the laws of physics. It is clear to some of us that the only time you make ridiculous arguments is when you are rejecting evidence for the controlled demolition hypothesis. We can and do know what is going on. Expect to see us again with video cameras in hand and with ever-less bashfulness.

NIST's Fahim Sadek and Niels Harrit - June 10, 2010

NIST's Fahim Sadek and Niels Harrit - June 10, 2010

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