Anniversary Richard Gage AIA Discusses New U. of Alaska WTC-7 Study & 9/11 Anniversary_on Kevin Barrett’s Truth Jihad Radio

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EXCLUSIVE BROADCAST: Anniversary Richard Gage AIA Discusses New U. of Alaska WTC-7 Study & 9/11 Anniversary

First hour: Richard Gage, AIA is a 30-year San Francisco Bay Area architect and member of the American Institute of Architects. He is the founding member of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth.

As the 18th anniversary of 9/11 approaches, Dr. Leroy Hulsey of the University of Alaska has spearheaded a new study showing in great detail that the official NIST version of the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7 is so gratuitously wrong that its authors may be guilty of scientific fraud, or worse. And NIST’s report on the Towers is equally faulty. Will American scientists, architects, and engineers stand up for science? Will we ever get 9/11 justice?


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One Response to “Anniversary Richard Gage AIA Discusses New U. of Alaska WTC-7 Study & 9/11 Anniversary_on Kevin Barrett’s Truth Jihad Radio”

  1. Alberta Vince

    As for the method used to bring down the towers, it doesn’t really make a lot of difference how it was done unless that might provide leads as to who was responsible.

    Nevertheless, the theory of having used “dialed down nukes” seems rather implausible when we consider that conventional explosives would have achieved the same results with far less complexity and cost. The primary concern was to refrain from making any single blast so strong that it might shatter the concrete “bathtub” in which the world trade center complex was situated. They needed many small explosions; not single huge blasts such as nuclear devices makes.

    The towers were constructed with channel matrixes in the floors to supply electrical and communications wiring which could be accessed by measuring and drilling into the channels -from blueprints- which allowed services to be brought up wherever desks might sit according to any tenant’s needs and then the wires would be “fished” into place from electrical rooms in the tower’s core.

    The majority of space in such channels is empty for the most part and would have provided a perfect means to blow in or push in explosive powder from the electrical rooms -at night- when no one was around. Then, detonators would have been placed on the end of each channel which were later set off consecutively by using the alarm system’s elaborate wiring system … and the newly installed internet remote control.

    The factor to keep in mind is that if explosives can be detonated “all at once” in a closed space by using a compression wave to heat the material to it’s decomposition temperature … the shock wave of the resulting explosion will be immensely more rapid and powerful than if the molecules heat up from a chain reaction.

    Does anyone recall reading about tower office workers complaining about fine dust on their furniture in the mornings, preceding 9/11? The dust was likely what came out of electrical outlets as explosive powder was being blown into the channels at night.

    The core columns were hollow and welded together. These could have been accessed from the top 3 floors housing the “hat truss” area. This area was normally empty and inaccessible to anyone but authorized personnel. The core columns is where thermite would likely have been used to drop down into the columns and melt them out from the insides. The “fires” we saw (which was sometimes thick whitish smoke) would have been the thermite burning. The core columns had to be severely weakened before the floors were blown out.

    The blowing floors also blew out the external columns and walls. These columns weren’t welded; they were bolted together and much easier to separate and destroy.



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