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Architect: evidence undermines official 9/11 story

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27/10/09
Visiting architect presents evidence that undermines official 9/11 story.

Architect and internationally acclaimed speaker Richard Gage will present startling new evidence about the September 11, 2001 collapses of the World Trade Centre when he speaks in Wellington next month.

A practicing architect with more than 20 years experience, Richard Gage, AIA (American Institute of Architects) will present compelling evidence that calls into question official reports about how the WTC building collapsed.

Three steel-framed high-rise buildings spectacularly collapsed on Sept 11, 2001 after two jetliners were flown into the twin towers. Official reports attribute the building's failures to fire damage.

However, no other steel-framed building has ever collapsed from fire. Using video analysis of all three building's collapses, Gage will explain how they could not, and did not, collapse because of fire damage.

The seminar introduces the research of Dr. Steven Jones, (Physics Professor Emeritus, Brigham Young University), who, along with other scientists, analysed large quantities of nano-thermite, a highly-engineered explosive recently developed by the military, found in the dust at Ground Zero. These findings have been corroborated and published in the peerreviewed scientific journal, The Open Chemical Physics Journal.

This corroborated evidence is the basis for a call for a new independent investigation into the WTC building failures, an investigation not encumbered with the lack of sub-poena power and limited terms of reference which has hamstrung previous investigations.

Gage is a member of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, a World-wide group of Architects and Engineers now approaching one thousand Architect and Engineering professionals and more than five thousand affiliated supporters. AE911truth is demanding a new investigation into the destruction of the three buildings based on hard physical evidence, witness testimony, video evidence and strict structural analysis using the original blueprints. As building professionals they have the necessary technical credibility that Congress will respond to in bringing about this new investigation.

Richard Gage's presentation "9/11: Blueprint for Truth - The Architecture of Destruction" will be followed by a question and answer session facilitated by John Bursill, Aircraft Engineer and founder of 911truth Australia. After a short break, there will be a video screening of Dr.

Steven Jones lecture: "Nanothermite: What is High-tech explosive material doing in the dust generated on 9/11/2001?”

Date and Location: 2pm November 21, Soundings Theatre, Level 2, Te Papa, Wellington - Free admission.

Architect Richard Gage will be interviewed live by Kim Hill on Radio New Zealand on the morning of November 21.

Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth: www.AE911Truth.org


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