Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth – a group of 3,000+ engineers and architects from around the world — in partnership with the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Alaska Fairbanks — have published a draft report (pending public commenting) of four years of computer modeling, they say prove that “fire did not cause building 7’s collapse.”
Link to A&E for 9/11 truth site:
This independent report (in a sea of other studies and claims) directly refutes the government’s NIST report that claims fires took down building 7. If it is the case that building 7 was a controlled demolition (see Silverstein (owner of WTC)’s ‘pull it’ quote below), then there ought be Federal investigations into it. Were charges placed that day in building 7? If not, how did the building’s owner know to pre-place charges without any foreknowledge, or, at the very least, why did the owner not go about obtaining appropriate permits for demolition charges to be placed and maintained in a major NYC building housing FBI and other 3 letter agency offices?
The report’s second claim is that building 7’s collapse is explained by a near-simultaneous failure of every column, which is supported by the interview below of WTC owner Silverstein claiming the call to “pull” (controlled demolition speak for “demolish the building”) was made the day of 9/11 regarding building 7, and the fact that the building, as shown above, falls perfectly into it’s own footprint at freefall speeds (what a controlled demolition looks like). Of note, no modern steel skyscraper has fallen to fire alone — some have fully burned for days on end without falling, and surely none have fallen to fire so perfectly as to make demolitions experts want to throw out awards for best demolition in history.
The report continues on to explain in detail how impossible not only the NIST report is, but also critiques other studies that have been done.
We here at 777 are not claiming one thing or another, but we absolutely do critically examine the facts. We hope you do, as well.