09 Sep

“My final summation is that he was walking into the building, and before he got into the building there was a huge explosion, and of course the force of it just threw him back into the open area. That’s why he was picked up so quickly, because the EMTs came down there so quickly. Someone had gotten him out of there and to the morgue before the towers came down.” — Bob McIlvaine

More
08 Sep

Noting the many shortcomings in Bažant's analysis, which have been studied and criticized extensively since 2001, Korol and his colleagues set out to apply a much more rigorous methodology for analyzing WTC 7, which, according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), collapsed from normal office fires.

More
02 Jul

“This open letter is being sent to you to request that you correct your four papers on the collapse of the WTC Towers, which were published by the Journal of Engineering Mechanics.” — Tony Szamboti

More
01 Jul

“Are you an expendable firefighter? At the moment, it would appear so.” — Brian Maxwell

More
19 May

Flashback — Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth founder Richard Gage, AIA, was invited to bring the evidence for the explosive demolition of the three World Trade Center towers to viewers of C-SPAN August 01, 2014, on its morning program Washington Journal. His 45-minute appearance is enabling researchers, academics and industry professionals looking into 9/11, along with their message, to reach a national television audience of millions.

 

More
25 Mar

Please join Richard Gage, AIA, of AE911Truth on our thirteen-city tour through the great Pacific Northwest.

 

More
09 Mar

"A 7 percentage point gain . . . translates to at least 15 million American adults becoming aware of Building 7 over the past 2½ years." — Ted Walter

 

More
25 Feb

"We can study the trajectory of the coconut, the bullet, and the beanbag and understand that they travel in similar motions or paths, and therefore all have a similar direction of net force that caused the motion." — Jonathan Cole

 

More