16 Dec

"If you start evoking their high school physics, they just tune out. But if you can say, look, this was a cop who was on the scene, and he says there was an explosion that was so strong it picked him up and threw him across the concourse — well, they can relate to that." — Graeme MacQueen

 

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05 Dec

True sociopaths cannot feel close to or connected with other humans or creatures. . . . They are the “monsters” in our midst who are capable of enacting atrocities such as 9/11.

 

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18 Nov

"This is the environment for expressing the technical aspects of 9/11 — the place to invite all sides and to discuss all sides. That's part of our education." — Professor Jay Kappraff

 

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16 Nov

Chris Mohr, the lone believer in the official conspiracy, was in the crowd. He has spent considerable time debating AE911Truth at various venues, including this venue.

 

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15 Nov

Dan Barnum, FAIA, who has 51 years of experience designing Houston-area structures, including several high-rises, became a member of AE911Truth the first day he heard about its existence.

 

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13 Nov

“That’s the hardest part of the work for us — getting people to open their mind and to accept another reality.” — Rick Trevino

 

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04 Nov

"You'll see for yourself a transformation of awareness in the students. They will quickly get it. And when they do, their professors — at least those who stubbornly cling to the official story — may be in trouble." — Richard Gage

 

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26 Oct

"I'm an optimist. I like to believe that someone didn't put a bunch of explosives somewhere in the building and it fell down. But can I say know that with 100 percent certainty? I can't." — A visitor to the AE911Truth booth at the Structural Engineering Summit

 

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