Meet the Experts

Featured Scientists, Architects, Engineers and Psychologists from the documentary, "9/11: Explosive Evidence: Experts Speak Out"

Richard Gage, AIA, has been an architect for 24 years and has worked on $100M projects, including numerous fireproofed, steel-framed buildings. He began researching the destruction of the World Trade Center high-rises after hearing the myth-shattering radio interview of 9/11 researcher David Ray Griffin in 2006.

Quote: "Thermite...Cuts like a Hot Knife Through Butter! Or Soy or Coconut Oil Butter if you're Lactose intolerant or vegan."

Robert McCoy received a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1963. Most of his experience from 1965 to 1985 was in the design of steel-framed skyscrapers. The first of these was the 34-story headquarters for Pacific Gas and Electric in San Francisco, which was designed to resist the impact of an airplane and built at the same time as the WTC towers in New York. He also participated in the design of the 44-story headquarters of Standard Oil in San Francisco. He signed the petition for a real 9/11 investigation because he felt that AE911Truth is trying to get at the truth of what brought those buildings down.

Quote: "I don't want to be involved with conspiracy theories, you know, there are lots of them. They can go on, we can speculate on that forever. What we really need to know is how -- how those buildings came down."

Dan Barnum, FAIA, received a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the Rice Institute in 1960 and a master’s degree in architecture in 1964 from Rice University. His experience includes the 27-story Electric Tower and 50-story One Shell Plaza while working at Wilson Morris Crain & Anderson. Since 1975 he has been active in AIA Houston, serving as chair of committees, board member and Vice President. Dan is our most recent board member, having joined in August, 2012.

Quote: "The tops of the buildings were basically disintegrated."

Lynn Margulis, Ph.D., ScientistAwarded the National Medal of Science, 1999

Quote: "You can't do science when you are deprived of the evidence, and when your hypothesis is the least valid instead of the most likely. When the most likely hypothesis in the case of Building 7 wasn't even mentioned -- this is not science. It's trying to prove preconceived ideas."