by Ron Brookman, S.E.
Thank you to Mickey Huff and KPFA radio for hosting the Twin Towers debate on the tenth anniversary of September 11. Richard Gage and Niels Harrit described hard evidence for the controlled-demolition hypothesis; Dave Thomas and Richard Muller promoted the fire-induced collapse hypothesis. Listen to the entire debate at http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/73245.
Richard Gage, AIA is a San Francisco Bay Area architect and founder of AE911Truth—a nonprofit organization with over 1,600 professional architects and engineers plus over 13,000 others who are calling for a science-based investigation of the destruction of the three high-rise buildings.1
Dr. Niels Harrit, associate professor emeritus of chemistry from the University of Copenhagen, has published over 60 peer-reviewed papers in scientific journals including ''Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe."2
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AE911Truth’s new documentary 9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out will be played on the radio throughout Northern California on Pacifica Station KPFA 94.1 FM. Richard Gage, AIA, will be the interviewed and will introduce the expert-packed dynamic film – which is currently available to watch or to download online – in its Pre-Release v1.3a.
The air time is 1:00 pm PDT on Wednesday, October 5, and the 60 kW transmission reaches the majority of Northern CA and has over 100,000 mostly progressive listeners.
Pacifica Radio Broadcast
All 5 of Pacifica's stations, the Pacifica Radio Archives and Democracy Now will offer 9 hours of broadcast. Affiliate stations are also invited to simulcast via KU or Audioport stream.
Please find below the first draft of the schedule.
Broadcast airs September 11, 2011
Time: noon EST - 8pm EST (8 hours)
11am-7pm Central time
9am- 5pm Pacific time
9am - Democracy Now !
10am - Pacifica Archives - Reflections from the People
11am - KPFK - U.S. Impact on Foreign Policy in the aftermath of 911
12pm - WBAI - Casualties of 911 - The Loss of Civil Liberties
1pm - KPFT - From the Bible Belt - The Rise of the Religious Movement, Post 911
2pm - WPFW - The Pentagon: People Who Lived It and Still Unanswered Questions
3pm - KPFA - The Twin Towers Debate - 911 Commission Report
4pm - KPFA- The Twin Towers Debate - The Science
5pm - KPFA - Listener Call-Ins (nationwide)