Roland Angle, a graduate of the University of California, has been a civil engineer for 44 years. His practice has included the design and testing of structures designed to withstand blasts, such as the launch facilities for the Minuteman Missile System, which had to withstand a nuclear blast. In Angle's six years of Green Beret training in the use of demolitions, he attacked structures then analyzed their weak points, which taught him where to place explosives so that the structures would fail.
Our whole society is being led to believe that these fundamental laws of physics -- hard science -- don't apply anymore, and that, I think, should frighten all of us.
There were laws violated in the destruction of that evidence, and for the American Society of Chemical Engineers to ignore those events is extremely disturbing, and is a violation, in my opinion, of their professional code of ethics.
The American Society of Civil Engineers was brought into this investigation early on. They did a very superficial investigation of the site. They issued a report without any significant forensic examination.
NIST is telling us that the building below it ceased to exist for the first few seconds of the collapse of the building. Well, things in physics just don't cease to exist and cease to resist the forces that are on them....That's impossible. That's a violation of the fundamental laws of physics that says for every action, there's an equal and opposite reaction.