Academic developments

January 2016

Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth is as active as ever, with  important breakthroughs in the academic community. Niels Harrit writes...

At our universities, we have a constant flow of seminars, conferences, symposia, presentations, defenses, lectures, etc, where everything is discussed in assemblies of peers. Everything is discussed - except 9/11.

The university is not dead. Just silent. Expertise and integrity are still abundant. One very living example of this is Professor Leroy Hulsey from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. He has undertaken the exciting project of modeling the collapse of World Trade Center 7. This is the first independent, university-based modeling of the collapse of World Trade Center 7.

This research may be the first case of a crowd-funded university project. We don't know where Professor Hulsey's research will lead but we will learn what claims made by the National Institute of Standards and Technology are possible ­ and what claims are not possible.

And it will be us, the members of the 9/11 Truth community, who made this unbiased research possible. And from somewhere, Sir Isaac Newton will look down on Professor Hulsey's efforts, smile, and say: "Didn't I tell you already?"

To join in the crowd funding please go to the AE911 website.

There is more good news too: an academic forum 9/11 Critical Questions has taken place - and not been stopped by the administrators or seen the organiser sacked. Professor Jay Kappraff of the New Jersey Institute of Technology writes...

Yes, the forum did happen. However at the last minute the college withdrew some of their support so we could not videotape it. I tried to get our civil engineering department to participate (in Prof Hulsey's project) but they apparently feel that the subject is too hot to handle. We tried to balance the program by inviting NIST but they refused to give us any input and would not even recommend some academic who supports their conclusions.