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On Oct 13, 2007, at 3:14 AM, Abolhassan Astaneh-Asl wrote:

Yesterday, I presented the results of our 5-year studies of structural aspects of the World Trade Center in Sibley Auditorium of UC Berkeley. Articles in the Oakland Tribune, Contra Costa Times, and San Jose Mercury News cover the main items of my presentation.

I don't know about California but Florida and Minnesota make defamatory public pronouncements (such as accusations of 'moral corruption') a violation of professional standards of conduct. The proper place for Astaneh-Asl's criticism is a peer-reviewed journal where the evidence can be presented and reviewed in detail. The articles contain nothing substantive, only vague allegations of negligence and misconduct with no basis for reaching objective conclusions.

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