Saturday, December 13, 2014

My part in Postol's Investigation of Dan Kaszeta's Hexamine Smoking Gun Claims


 My part in Postol's Investigation of Dan Kaszeta's Hexamine Smoking Gun Claims


Prof. Theodore Postol of MIT concluded Daniel Kaszeta, the media's frequently cited 'chemistry expert' on , is a fraud. Here's my part in his investigation:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1B_DCeZ6N6OTlRpMFAtV1VEZGM/view?usp=sharing


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  5. I think you were all very uncivil to Dan. Postol also misrepresented several facts, like his claim that Dan misquoted prof. Sellstrom. That is not at all the case judging from these emails. And your claim that Dan's eluctance to talk to someone associated with the Syrian regime is racist is really unwarranted. He worked as a CBRN specialist in the US army so he is bound by NDA's on this topic. You also conveniently ignore facts that dont fit your narrative, like the fact that Syria declared 80 tons of Hexamine as part of its chemical weapons program, or that French authorities found a sarin grenade that was definitely used by the regime that included Hexamine.

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  6. If NDAs bind Dan he has no public comment to make. Prof. Sellstrom when challenged appears to have stated his real understanding. There is no regime in Syria that I am aware of. Could the commentator clarify this point. Perhaps he could specify a city, officials, and other details to help us understand his point. French have historic connections to Syria. He should have qualified his statement in much greater detail. Chemistry, IMO, is just as Mimi suggests a bit of a soup.

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