Is The Truth Still Out There?



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9/11 is actually very simpe...

Even assuming the official 9/11 narrative would be true, the existence of a conspiracy would be evident: explains it all

Daniel Noel more than 12 years ago

AE911Truth event at UTC

I was at the event. I was pleased to find that most people were willing to listen to new information.
I only wished that Panelist Edwin Foster, professor emeritus of civil engineering at UTC, had done his homework before coming to the event. I said that to myself on 6 separate occasions in response to his statements. At least he was man enough to say he didn't know something when asked a question he could not answer. But he was reaching at straws for the most part. If he had only taken the time to look at the evidence page at, he would have come across as way more professional.
I want to thank him and all the other panelists for coming and I 'd also like to thank all the people who worked to make the presentation happen.

TN Truther more than 12 years ago

Peer Reviewed Evidence of Explosive Nano-Thermite

After 10 years, Universities say it's OK to ask the hard questions about September 11.

University faculty are openly questioning the official version of what happened to the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.

On November 16 at Indiana University in Bloomington, Dr. Niels H. Harrit of Copenhagen University (Denmark) spoke about the collapse of the World Trade Center Twin Towers and Building 7. His lecture contrasted the official government story with conflicting evidence developed by independent research scientists.

These independent researchers contend the buildings were brought down with the use of explosives. They base their conclusions on evidence in the World Trade Center dust that the official government report completely disregards. Every sample the team analyzed contained unreacted nano-thermite (also called “super thermite”) -- a substance that can be used to destroy steel structures. The dust also contained previously molten iron droplets caused by very high temperatures that could not have been caused by jet fuel or office fires.

The findings, published in the April 2009 edition of the Open Chemical Physics Journal, have never been challenged. "This stands as an indictment of the official story of 9/11," says Dr. Steven E. Jones, professor emeritus of physics from Brigham Young University.

Dr. Jones notes that the laws of chemistry and physics are not influenced by political or cultural pressures. He commented that the "red-grey chips" found in independently collected samples of the World Trade Center dust undergo a thermitic reaction. Before ignition, iron oxide and aluminum are present in the chips. After ignition, elemental iron spheres are present. The iron has been "reduced" in chemical terms.

"This means, it does not suggest..., it MEANS that a thermite reaction has occurred", he said.

Their peer reviewed published paper is online.

A non-technical pdf summary of the paper may be viewed at

An engineering faculty member from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville commented he does not know how the material was present in the dust but “Certainly does not belong in any office building.”

The evening before, at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, a documentary showed the testimony of experts ranging from chemical and structural engineers to physicists and architects talking about why the official findings are flawed.

The trailer of the video can be viewed online:

An independent film, The Science of September 11 is also available at:

While the protocol of science involves peer review and reproducibility, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has refused to release the computer modeling data it used.

M. Hine more than 12 years ago


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