German mathematician Ansgar Schneider was pleased to learn last month that his new paper, “The Structural Dynamics of the World Trade Center Catastrophe” — which refutes the official theory of the Twin Towers’ total destruction — was accepted to one of the most prestigious engineering conferences in the world: the annual congress of the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE), being held in New York City.

This hugely positive development has created a major problem for Ansgar — a “good problem,” that is. If he doesn’t attend this conference in person, he cannot present his findings and won’t be included in the congress journal. The conference is little more than a month away, and the cost of attending is simply too much for this young academic.

Will you donate now so that Ansgar can attend this conference and present his important paper about the Twin Towers’ destruction to the international engineering community?

Our goal is to raise $3,000 by Monday, July 29th. Your gift today will not only cover Ansgar’s costs to travel to and present at the conference. It will also pay for 500 Project Due Diligence brochures that Ansgar will distribute during his three days there, informing hundreds of top engineers about AE911Truth’s work.

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If you donate $20 or more, we will mail you five Project Due Diligence brochures to give to engineers and others in your community — a little something extra you can do to educate the world about what really happened on 9/11.

Please give generously by Monday, July 29th to help Ansgar help the cause!


PS: The deadline to make sure Ansgar can present his important findings at this conference is Monday, July 29th. Please give now!