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The First Transparent and Unbiased Computer Modeling of WTC 7

Today I’m thrilled to officially announce AE911Truth’s most important project in our nine-year existence: a two-year computer modeling study of World Trade Center Building 7’s destruction.

WTC 7 Evaluation is a two-year study by Dr. J Leroy Hulsey, Chair of UAF's Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, and two Ph.D. research assistants. It is being crowd-funded through the nonprofit organization Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth.

Before you read any further, I invite you to watch our short WTC 7 Evaluation Video on WTC7Evaluation.org and meet Dr. Leroy Hulsey, the principal investigator of this study.

Visit: www.WTC7Evaluation.org

'Some Misunderstandings Related to WTC Collapse Analysis'

Gregory Szuladzinski, Anthony Szamboti and Richard Johns

"Some Misunderstandings Related to WTC Collapse Analysis"

International Journal of Protective Structures.

http://multi-science.metapress.com/content/bl60385h25254748/

Mod note:
Original direct link to pdf was replaced with a link to the abstract, the publisher will release the paper for free use on Jan. 1, 2014. There is currently an 18 GBP ($27.00 USD) copy fee charged for those without a subscription to the journal. However, copies can be sent to individuals for personal use by the authors and anyone they send it to. If you would like a copy, please send a request via:
http://911blogger.com/contact

Another Video: Because it can never be repeated enough. Collapse vs. Demolition.

Video: Because it can never be repeated enough – 9/11 Experiments – Collapse vs. Demolition

Posted by sakerfa on June 20, 2010

(SOTT) – Any theory that does not match experiment is wrong. It doesn’t matter what the computer models predict, how much funding is behind it, what the experts say, or what everyone “thinks”. Nothing can fool the laws of physics.

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Chomsky and Newman - The False Debate

In preparing for my recent interview with Kevin Barrett on June 6, since I knew he wanted to talk about Noam Chomsky, I had the dubious pleasure of reviewing my own correspondence (1989-1995) with the man who seems to have become, in addition to the world's most famous linguist and leftist dissident, the most famous "left gatekeeper." I may have had more than a little to do with that, since I published three articles based on our correspondence (and his book Rethinking Camelot), and eventually the correspondence itself (my letters and summaries of his replies) on the internet, later included in my book Looking for the Enemy (2007).

[read more at http://www.mdmorrissey.info/falsedebate ]