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On September 11, 2001, the three worst structural failures in modern history took place when World Trade Center Buildings 1, 2, and 7 suffered complete and rapid destruction. In the aftermath of the tragedy, most members of the architecture and engineering community, as well as the general public, assumed that the buildings’ destruction had occurred as a result of the airplane impacts and fires. This view was reinforced by subsequent federal investigations, culminating in FEMA’s 2002 Building Performance Study and in the 2005 and 2008 reports by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

Since 9/11, however, independent researchers around the world have assembled a large body of evidence that overwhelmingly refutes the notion that airplane impacts and fires caused the destruction of the Twin Towers and WTC 7. This body of evidence, most of which FEMA and NIST omitted from their reports, instead supports the troubling conclusion that all three skyscrapers were destroyed in a process known as “controlled demolition,” where explosives and/or other devices are used to bring down a building.

Unknown author, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth 3 Comments [11/12/2017 3:52:22 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

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In 2017, on some unknown date because material is poorly published on this site, one of the worst mental failures in modern history took place when somebody decided to write this article.

11/13/2017 9:59:37 AM


I want a list of those independent researchers and their qualifications for this. Plus their evidence to be submitted to actual scientists for a review.

11/15/2017 8:06:51 AM


I looked at the site. All of their "evidence" comes from a YouTube conspiracy nut's spurious claims, quote-mines, edited video, and outright wild speculations. All of it.

Am I surprised? No. Are my FDNY firefighter buddies annoyed at being shown (dishonestly) as agreeing with these nutters? Yes.

11/25/2017 12:36:31 PM

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