We Are Change Fresno is organizing a presentation of 9/11 Explosive Evidence: Experts Speak Out. This informative and newly released film was prepared by a nonprofit association of architects and engineers calling for a new, independent 9/11 investigation. The film will be shown on September 14 at 6 p.m. at the Clovis Veterans’ Memorial Building (808 4th St.). This event is sponsored by the Fresno Center for Nonviolence and Peace Fresno.
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth (AE911Truth.org) has been asking serious questions about what really happened to the World Trade Center skyscrapers for several years.
Founded in 2006 by architect Richard Gage, AE911Truth presents scientific evidence that casts doubt on the official explanations of the destruction of the World Trade Center Twin Towers and Building 7. The evidence focuses on features of the destruction that were excluded from the scope of the investigation conducted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). AE911Truth explains that these features indicate controlled demolition by explosives rather than “natural” collapses as a result of jetliner impacts and fires. Some of these features include the following:
- The destruction proceeded through the path of greatest resistance.
- The destruction and the debris distribution were improbably symmetrical.
- Explosive “bangs” and flashes were reported by more than 100 first responders.
- Multi-ton steel sections were ejected laterally 600 feet at 60 or more miles per hour.
- The concrete floors started being pulverized in mid-air, long before hitting the ground.
- Tons of molten iron or steel were found under the rubble of all three buildings.
This well-researched film presents interviews with many experts that refute the official “explanation” of the destruction of the three massive steel framed buildings on September 11, 2001. They share information and perspectives that non-experts can understand.
The eye-opening film will be presented by Dennis Peyton, a California registered civil engineer, who understands some of the struggles when facing the presented facts. A Q&A session will follow with discussion time available. For more information, call 559-577-9250.