Many people, not least architects and engineers, have for years understood that the official explanation of what happened on September 11, 2001, cannot be true. Science shows that the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and others behind the official explanation must have misled the public. One can’t help asking, how long can science be ignored? And how could NIST be involved in this? And how long can mainstream media keep quiet about this or label science a “conspiracy theory”? Hopefully, this ignorance is now coming to an end, when the top construction news site in Canada has written an unbiased article about the collapse of WTC 7:
Sept. 11, 2001 is the tragedy of when two hijacked planes hit the WTC 1 and WTC 2 towers sending debris tumbling onto WTC 7. The NIST claimed that embers ignited a fire which then caused the 47-storey building to collapse on itself at 5:20 p.m., hours after the initial incident that morning.
“We have filed a request for correction because the NIST report is wrong,” says Ted Walter, spokesperson for AE911T, which is a group of 3,000 engineers, scientists and architects, including more than a dozen Canadians ones, that paid US$316,000 for the study.
“From an engineering perspective it is imperative to understand how and why this building came down under design load conditions,” said Walter.