Groundbreaking 9/11 Truth Program Hosted by Univ. of Tenn. Chattanooga – Tuesday, November 15th, 2011 @ 7:30PM EST


What is the forensic science of investigating a disaster? Why did the World Trade twin towers collapse? Who is the “Falling Man” of the North Tower?

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November 15, 2011

7:00 PM

UC Auditorium

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Richard Drew, 2001 (AP)


Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth Video Presentation

Jim Hall, former National Transportation Safety Board Director

David Johnson, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Planning, UT-Knoxville

Edwin Foster, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering, UT-Chattanooga

Tom Junod, Journalist, Esquire magazine

Felicia McGhee Hilt, Department of Communications, UT-Chattanooga, Moderator

[Refreshments will be served.]

We will have a moment of silence for the families & victims of 9/11.

Your browser may not support display of this image. The Science of 9/11
Tuesday, November 15, 2011, 7:00 – 9:30 PM

The Auditorium, University Center, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

615 McCallie Avenue, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37403

The Program

7:00 PM   Moment of silence for 9/11 victims & families

7:05 PM  Moderator Felicia McGhee Hilt, Welcome & Panel Introductions

7:15 PM  Architects & Engineers 9/11 Truth Video (edited by Dr. Matthew Hine)

8:00 PM  Panel discussion, followed by audience questions

9:15 PM  Refreshments in the lobby

The Sponsors

Sociology, Anthropology & Geography (SAGA) Student Club, Clifton Burris, President

Lorraine Evans, Ph.D., Faculty Advisor

Lambda Alpha, The Anthropology Honorary Society, Samantha Elliot, President

H. Lyn Miles, Ph.D., Faculty Advisor

Alpha Kappa Delta, The Sociology Honorary Society

Shela Van Ness, Ph.D., Faculty Advisor

UTC Office of Equity & Diversity

Bryan Samuel, Director

Matthew Hine, M.D.

Jim Hall, former National Transportation Safety Board Director

Jim  Hall is an international expert on crisis management and government relations. He served in Washington and Tennessee in several staff positions before being appointed by President Bill Clinton in 1993 to serve on the National Transportation Safety Board where he became chair from 1994-2001 (just before 9/11). He fostered landmark safety studies on airlines, airline crashes, railways, busses and automobiles, and also served on the National Academy of Engineering Committee on Combating Terrorism. His firm Hall & Associates LLC consults with governments, nonprofits, and corporate clients on security issues.

David Johnson, Ph.D., Professor emeritus of Planning, UTK

Dr. Johnson is Professor Emeritus of Planning at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. He received a masters degree in architecture and city planning from Yale University and a doctorate in regional planning from Cornell University. He was a Fulbright Scholar in India, Thailand, the Soviet Union, and Cyprus. He currently researches the development of the New York Metropolitan Region, and scientific issues related to 9/11. He is the author of Planning the Great Metropolis (Chapman & Hall, 1996).

Edwin Foster, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering, UTC

Dr. Foster is Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. He received his doctorate in engineering from Vanderbilt University, gave distinguished service on the UTC engineering faculty for several decades and directed the Engineering graduate program from 2002-2006. He also has experience in analysis of material structure failures in aerospace, industry, and highway accidents. He is listed inWho’s Who in Engineering.

Tom Junod, Journalist, Esquire magazine

Mr. Junod is an award-winning American journalist and Esquire magazine writer known for his controversial profiles of Steve Jobs and other celebrities, and The Falling Man–the story of his search for the identity of the worker who fell to his death from the North Tower. Theologian Mark D. Thompson said, “perhaps the most powerful image of despair at the beginning of the twenty-first century is not found in art, or literature, or even popular music. It is found in a single photograph.” Junod won the James Beard Award for his Esquire essay My Mon Couldn’t Cook, and is the author of a new cookbook, Eat Like A Man.

Felicia McGhee Hilt, Lecturer in Communications, UTC, Moderator


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Good luck w/ this

Thanks for posting this story, Camron. I was tempted to put it up as well after Mikie shared it with me.

I don't get the falling man part though. It might even be poor taste to show that graphic.


The Falling Man picture is intended to grab potential attendees attention by the lapels:


as a way of cracking through mass denial.

Great Panel

You've put together a great panel here. Is the event going to be taped? I think I agree with RL above, maybe a different image would been a better choice. Great job, keep us posted.


I hope to see video

.Thanks to everyone who make these events happen.

# of architects and engineers

I was trying to find the latest total members of ae911truth, it says 1500 on their site but I thought it was over 1600. Anyone have an update?