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Licensed Professional Engineer dealing with energy issues. Active in promoting the ethics of the engineering profession by calling on ASCE to retract the papers by Bazant et al they have published (and continue to stand by - in contradiction to their editorial policies) regarding the implausible mechanics of destruction of the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001.
(129 comments) SHARE Tuesday, March 24, 2020 Why Were the WTC Twin Towers Destroyed That Way: Explaining the Mechanism of Their Destruction on 9/11
One of the unanswered questions about the events of September 11, 2001, is why the Twin Towers were destroyed in such an energetically outward manner. The primary reason for this mode of demolition was the ability to exploit the structural weakness of the floor truss to channel connection requiring the breaking of a limited number of 5/8" bolts per floor. A nano-thermite propellant could have provided the needed outward force.
(390 comments) SHARE Wednesday, September 4, 2019 The Pentagon on 9/11: 2019 Brings Closure to the Ongoing Controversy
The explosive demolition of the Twin Towers and Building 7 at the World Trade Center on 9/11 is the strongest evidence that the U.S. Government's claims about 9/11 are fraudulent. By contrast, the 9/11 Truth Movement's most contentious and divisive issue has been the question of what really happened at the Pentagon. A 2019 conference presents compelling evidence for a large plane impact, consistent with American Airlines 77.
(5 comments) SHARE Monday, August 12, 2019 Why "Russiagate" Still has Legs; How Misinformation Propagates
How does the unsubstantiated story of Russiagate continue to be propagated? This article highlights the misreporting of a key event by two news organizations that presented "initial allegations" in the DNC complaint as "findings" by a judge in his Opinion and Order.
(54 comments) SHARE Friday, June 8, 2018 Answering the 9/11 Consensus Panel Challenge: "Explanation of the Evidence at the Pentagon on 9/11"
In December 2017, the 9/11 Consensus Panel issued a challenge to the 9/11 research community regarding disputed evidence about the events at the Pentagon. A submission, "Explanation of the Evidence at the Pentagon on 9/11," has been made by a professional engineer to answer their challenge. The evidence shows that the damage at the Pentagon was done by a large plane impact that would be consistent with a Boeing 757.