WTC BUILDING 7: University of Alaska Study to Examine Controlled Demolition

Study to Examine Controlled Demolition of WTC 7
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Study to Examine Controlled Demolition of WTC 7
New Study to Examine Controlled Demolition of WTC 7

 

The University of Alaska is sponsoring a study that will examine whether of not WTC Building 7 was brought down by a controlled demolition on September 11, 2001.

21stcenturywire.com reports:

For those who may not be aware, standing some 47 stories high, Building 7 was the third skyscraper that collapsed later in the afternoon on 9/11, dropping at free-fall speed – in less than 7 seconds – and yet, it was not struck by any plane and was located over 100 metres away from WTC 1 and 2. The official version of events is that fire spread to Building 7, from the main towers, devastating the structure, and causing it also to fall in on itself, but many have questioned how exactly every single support column in the building could have failed simultaneously without the use of pre-planned explosives.

Dr J Leroy Hulsey, chair of the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, has partnered with Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth to begin a rigorous academic study into what really caused it to collapse. Dr Hulsey said: “Over the next year, with a team of PhD students, I will be rebuilding World Trade Center building 7, using the same drawings that were used to build it originally we will reconstruct it digitally.”

“NIST says the building fell down due to office fires. Our investigation will evaluate the probability that this was the cause of the collapse.”

Ted Walter, Director of Strategy and Development for A&E 9/11 Truth added:
“We hope to gain significant traction in the engineering community by providing an authoritative refutation of NIST’s report, by showing that there is no way that fires could have brought down building 7.”

On the day of 9/11 the BBC reported that Building 7 had collapsed 20 minutes before it actually had, which only raises suspicions that somebody knew it was about to come down. See that monumental screw up, which happened live on TV, here:

Watch the collapse of Building 7 here:

—Read more here: http://21stcenturywire.com/2016/06/22/university-of-alaska-study-to-examine-controlled-demolition-of-building-7/


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