How terrorist attacks are being studied to make buildings safer – video

July 15, 2015

Devastating terrorist attacks which cause structures to collapse are helping researchers come up with safer building plans. The 11 September 2001 attacks on the World Trade Centre, as well as the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, are just two which have been studied at the University of New South Wales to help researchers in their quest for more stable structures.

Catastrophic Science is a series produced by the University of New South Wales

Richard Gage, AIA Comes To The Windy City On May 30th

Richard Gage, AIA, will be appearing in Chicago, Illinois on May 30, 2008. He will give his Power Point presentation of the architectural and engineering aspects of the impossiblity of the official government conspiracy theory of the collapse of WTC Towers 1, 2, as well as WTC Building 7, also known as the Solomon Brothers Building, which the BBC and CNN both announced had collapsed up to an hour before the event actually occured!

Ticket pre-sale price is $7.

(Presales, please click on this link: DuPage911Truth, then click on the PayPal-Donate button at the bottom of the web page. Remember to print out your PayPal receipt as that will be your admission ticket to the event.)

Price at the door will be $10.
Student and senior discounts with ID.

Gage will appear at: University of Illinois Circle Campus (UIC)Student Center East