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Sonoma State University TONIGHT: There Is "Proof Of Controlled Demolition" At 9-11 Site Says Architect in April 20 Lecture

Media research group Project Censored hosts a "no-holds-barred" second look at the world's three largest structural failures in history as San Francisco architect Richard Gage presents the results of his extensive research into the collapse of World Trade Center buildings 1, 2 and 7 on September 11, 2001.

A one-hour multimedia presentation is set for 7 p.m. on Friday, April 20 in Darwin 103. General admission is $10, students, $5.

Gage, founder of the organization "Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth," examines how World Trade Center 7, a 47-story high rise building, fell straight into its own foot print in 6.5 seconds, and why tons of molten metal were later found under the rubble.

The presentation includes a scrutiny of governmental building failure reports and "the holes they leave regarding the possible use of explosives on 9-11."

The accounts and conclusions of firemen, physicists and other experts are addressed and questions about the damage by jet impacts and fires on the World Trade Center twin towers are answered.