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

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

The day before the UTC event, 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.

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 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 that a thermite reaction has occurred", he said.

Their peer reviewed published paper is online, Google "Active Thermitic Material Found at World Trade Center".

A trailer of the film presented at UTC can be viewed online at the Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth site at AE911Truth.org

An independent film, critical of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) investigation is also available online at ScienceOf911.org

November 29, 2011 at 7:28 a.m.
mhine said...

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

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

The day before the UTC event, 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.

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 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 that a thermite reaction has occurred", he said.

Their peer reviewed published paper is online at this link:

Active Thermitic Material paper

A non-technical summary of the paper is available at this link:

Simplified discussion of thermitic material paper

A trailer of the film presented at UTC can be viewed online here:

9/11 Explosive Evidence, Experts Speak Out Trailer

An independent film, critical of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) investigation is also available online here:

The Science of September 11

November 25, 2011 at 9:21 a.m.
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