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    Architects and Engineers - Solving the Mystery of WTC 7)

    RT TV Show Interviews AE911Truth Experts About ReThink911 Campaign


    Ben Swann, formerly of Cincinnati's FOX19, questions the official story of the collapse of the World Trade Center High-rises

    Ben Swann, formerly of Cincinnati's FOX19, has to admit that World Trade Center Building 7 probably did not collapse due to normal office fires as NIST would want us to believe


    Architects and Engineers - Solving the Mystery of WTC 7)

    Architects & Engineers:
    Solving the Mystery of WTC 7
    A 15-min Documentary with Ed Asner


    9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out (4-minute trailer)

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    9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out (58 minute free version)

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    FOX TV, Fresno, with Richard Gage, AIA

    FOX TV, Fresno,
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    CBC the fifth estate unofficial story

    CBC - The Fifth Estate
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    The Reality Report with Richard Gage

    The Reality Report
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    CCTV, with Richard Gage, AIA

    CCTV,
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    FOX News with Richard Gage, AIA

    FOX News
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    Vancouver Omni TV,
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    Richard Gage Live on TV3 - The Masterplan Event

    Richard Gage Live on TV3 - The Masterplan Event


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    World Trade Center Building 7 Demolished on 9/11? | AE911Truth
    U.N. chief condemns rights expert's 9/11 comments
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    Wednesday, 26 January 2011 17:40

    (Reuters) - U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned "preposterous" comments by a U.N.-appointed expert on Palestinian rights that there was a cover-up over the September 11 attacks, Ban's chief of staff said on Monday.

    The official, Vijay Nambiar, said however that it was not up to Ban to fire the expert, U.S. academic Richard Falk, as demanded by UN Watch, a Geneva-based advocacy group.

    Falk wrote in a blog this month that there had been an "apparent cover-up" by U.S. authorities over the September 11, 2001 attacks, in which hijackers flew airliners into the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon near Washington.

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    What was the Molten Metal Seen Pouring Out of the South Tower Minutes Before its Collapse — Steel and Iron, or Aluminum and/or Lead?
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    Written by Simon Falkner   
    Tuesday, 01 July 2014 02:59

    Liquid metal was seen pouring out of the South Tower during the final seven minutes before its collapse on September 11, 2001. Was it a combination of steel and iron, or was it aluminum and/or lead? What was the molten metal reported under the rubble of the Twin Towers at Ground Zero? And why is the identification of the molten metal important?

    Yellow-white glowing molten metal is seen pouring from the South Tower just minutes before its collapse. Accompanying white smoke was sometimes visible. NIST did not investigate the phenomenon.Although thirteen years have elapsed since that fateful day, the answer to these questions is still significant, because it discredits the US government's version of events on 9/11.

    The problem with the official narrative is that the office fires — purportedly ignited by the crash of an airplane into each skyscraper — could not have melted iron or steel, although they could have melted aluminum or lead.

    Put another way, the evidence does in fact demonstrate that the observed molten metal was indeed molten iron and molten steel, and that it could not have been either molten aluminum or molten lead.

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    Ethics Symposium Meets 9/11Truth
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    Written by James McDowell   
    Monday, 30 June 2014 18:54

    200 Hundred Scientists Learn of Explosives in Buildings

    Chicago Ethics Image 1An inaugural ethics conference sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) — the world's largest professional association dedicated to advancing technology — provided an exciting opportunity for AE911Truth to bring its message to the forefront of the scientific and engineering community last month.

    IEEE promised that its 2014 IEEE International Symposium on Ethics in Engineering, Science, and Technology, held in Chicago on May 23-24, would offer "a rich scientific program of highest quality," feature speakers from throughout the world, and bring together "scientists, engineers, ethicists, and practitioners from different disciplines to discuss questions and concerns related to ethics in science, technology, and engineering."

    Based on that billing, three 9/11 Truth Movement activists were inspired to respond to the call for papers with a case study addressing the topic "Ethics and Professional Responsibility in Science, Technology and Engineering." The resulting paper, Ethics and the Official Reports about the Destruction of the World Trade Center Twin Towers (WTC1 and WTC2) on 9/11: A Case Study, was co-authored by physicist John D. Wyndham, Ph.D. (a member of Scientists for 9/11Truth) and engineers Wayne H. Coste, PE, and Michael R. Smith (both members of AE911Truth and the IEEE).

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    Freefall and Building 7 on 9/11
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    Wednesday, 22 December 2010 14:37

    Galileo was the first to describe the amazing fact that, apart from air resistance, all objects fall at the same "rate." If you have not experienced this fact directly, try dropping a large rock and a pebble side-by- side. The rate we are referring to is not a "speed," because for a falling object the speed is constantly changing. The rate we are talking about is actually the "rate of increase of speed," how quickly the speed builds up, called acceleration. The acceleration achieved by all falling bodies, apart from air resistance, is called the "acceleration of gravity."

    Gravity causes freely falling objects to increase their speed by about 32 ft/s per second. (The awkward unit, feet per second per second is commonly abbreviated ft/s2.) When an object is dropped, the speed is initially zero, but it immediately starts speeding up. After 1 second its speed will be 32 ft/s. After 2 seconds its speed will be 64 ft/s. Etc. 32 ft/s2 is an approximation. The "acceleration of gravity" actually varies slightly from place to place. In New York City it is 32.159 ft/s2.

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    Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11? Part 8: Brain Research, Part 1 - Beliefs
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    Written by Frances Shure, M.A., L.P.C.   
    Monday, 30 June 2014 17:45

    911-experts-shureFrances Shure, M.A., L.P.C.Summary/Editor's Note: Frances Shure, M.A., L.P.C., has performed an in-depth analysis addressing a key issue of our time: "Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11?" The resulting essay, being presented here as a series, is a synthesis of both academic research and clinical observations.

    In answering the question in the title of this essay, last month's segment, Part 7, examined groupthink, a maladaptive manifestation of conformity in which the desire for unity by the group members results in an incorrect or deviant decision-making outcome, an inflated sense of certainty in decisions by the "in-group," and often irrational and dehumanizing actions toward an "out-group."

    We continue Ms. Shure's analysis in "Part 8: Brain Research, Part I," which examines how beliefs—and our tendency to hold onto beliefs—are encoded in our DNA and our central nervous system.

    Part 8: Brain Research, Part 1 - Beliefs

    brain-humanThe Human BrainStudies suggest that some people have a brain structure that makes it difficult for them to tolerate ambiguity, conflict, or new ideas that contradict their worldviews (usually those who identify as conservatives), while other people find it easier to accept new social, scientific, or religious ideas (usually those who identify as liberals).1

    One of these studies reveals the discovery of a "liberal gene" that has been linked to a personality type that is driven to seek out new experiences.2 Could this partially account for the fact that 2.5% of people from the Diffusion of Innovation studies, explored in Part 2, are more venturesome with new ideas?

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