Recently Debuted 'Improbable Collapse' Available For Pre-Order

Improbable Collapse (a.k.a. "Connect the Dots" Number One) - First in a series of investigative documentaries about 9/11

This detailed examination of the hypothesis that the World Trade Center buildings were brought down using explosives is based on an exclusive interview with Steven Jones. The Brigham Young University professor of physics argues that the mechanism of the building collapses proposed by US government investigators is implausible. This is the first extensive interview ever granted by the author of the influential research paper, "Why Indeed did the WTC Buildings Collapse?"

Also featured is Jim Hoffman, who pioneered research in this subject as the creator of three meticulous and sprawling sites: wtc7.net, 911review.com and 911research.wtc7.net. (With Don Paul, Hoffman is the co-author of Waking Up from Our Nightmare: The 9/11/01 Crimes in New York City.)

The film also includes a segment with Professor David Ray Griffin, the author of The New Pearl Harbor and Omissions and Distortions: The 9/11 Commission. Griffin spoke to standing-room only crowds in New York last October on "The Destruction of the World Trade Center."

Improbable Collapse critically examines the demolitions hypothesis, carefully evaluates the evidence, and includes never before-seen images of the aftermath at Ground Zero. In a series of brief but powerful episodes, the film's stunning opening segment depicts the rise of a movement to demand the full truth about 9/11, and the increasingly public clash of paradigms: The government's official story is confronted with the evidence marshalled by skeptical 9/11 researchers and dissenters.

The film-maker, Michael Berger, is the media coordinator of 911Truth.org. Many of you now recognize him through his appearances on CNN's "Showbiz Tonight" and radio's K-Rock.

If you missed the trailer for this upcoming movie you can check it out on their site at improbablecollapse.com.

I saw this at the premiere

I saw this at the premiere in NYC, and I was not impressed. I thought it was poorly edited...

nothing new the only "new"

nothing new

the only "new" thing would be a serious public response. felt?