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Science Policy Around the Web - April 17, 2015

By: Cheryl Jacobs Smith, Ph.D.

Genomics in Medicine

Personalizing Cancer Treatment With Genetic Tests Can Be Tricky

Since the New Year, President Obama, backed by National Institutes of Health Director, Dr. 1,037 more words

Linkposts

WWV’s 25 MHz Signal Still Going Strong After 1 Year Back on the Air

WWV’s 25 MHz Signal Still Going Strong After 1 Year Back on the Air

TAGS: air, antenna, dean lewis, Eric Nichols, experimental basis, Fort Collins, MHz broadcast, MHz signal, National Institute, NIST, radio art, signal reports, transmitter… 501 more words

Amateur Radio

Smithsonian supports 9/11 official story but calls NIST ‘fatally flawed’

By Craig McKee | Truth and Shadows | April 7, 2015

The theory is untenable. It defies science and common sense.

No wonder mainstream television (the Smithsonian Channel, owned by CBS) has happily offered it as an explanation for how the Twin Towers could come down without the use of explosives on 9/11.

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Timeless Or Most Popular

Major coup for AE9/11Truth – American Institute of Architects green lights Building 7 vote

By Craig McKee | Truth and Shadows | March 26, 2015

Sometimes it really pays to be persistent.

That’s what Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth found out this week when the organization achieved something truly remarkable.

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Deception

Comments on NIST Interagency Report 7977, Draft 2

To: crypto-review@nist.gov

Cc: crypto@nist.gov

Re: NIST Interagency Report NISTIR 7977 “NIST Cryptographic Standards and Guidelines Development Process” January 2015 Draft.

Date: March 24, 2015

The January 2015 Draft is a big improvement. 1,346 more words

Security

Fire Service Lemmings

Know what pisses me off? Well, yeah, that. That too. Yep, that. Ok, smart alecks how about I just tell you what pisses me off this particular time? 552 more words

Professional

AMDIS and metabolite profiling by GC-MS

AMDIS, the Automated Mass spectral Deconvolution and Identification System, is a piece of freeware produced by NIST in the USA. In combination with an appropriate library of reference spectra the software identifies features in your GC-MS data and compares them to library spectra in order to assigns identities to them. 984 more words