LS-DYNA

Any news on NIST WTC7 data?

Does anyone know what the situation is regarding the NIST WTC7 simulation data?

There were two terabytes mentioned back in February 2009 by AE911...were these files obtained and uploaded to archive.org?
http://911blogger.com/node/19369#comments

It seems NIST also recently released 8,910 files to Ronald Brookman of Cryptome, I wonder if he will make these available? They withheld 3,370 files for reasons of 'public safety', including the 'connection models' and all 'results files'.
http://cryptome.org/wtc-nist-wtc7-no.pdf

EDIT: The data which accompanied the letter above is available: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=SQMZ94R0

I can't find a reference to either data set on this site about the simulation, though there are links to two (unreadable?) LS-DYNA files found on a NIST ftp site (under 'World Trade Center 7 Computer Simulations')
http://0x1a.com/

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A member of Architects & Engineers For 9/11 Truth filed a FOIA request with NIST for the data used to generate the WTC 7 collapse simulations. NIST found two terabytes of responsive data and assessed a fee of $824.98. Please see the FOIA Request for more details. Background information on how LS-DYNA was used by NIST is posted here.

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