9/11: The Simple Facts: The Simple Facts

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Soft Skull Press, Aug 2, 2011 - Political Science - 96 pages
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Incredible as it seems, the government’s version of what happened on September 11, 2001, can’t possibly be true. Without engaging in any speculation or conjecture, this book proves that beyond a shadow of a doubt.

For example, it lists ten infallible indicators of destruction by explosives and four infallible indicators of destruction by fire. The World Trade Center buildings exhibited all ten of the former and none of the latter. (That’s not surprising, since no steel-framed building has ever failed due to fire—not even the Caracas skyscraper that burned for 17+ hours, nor the Beijing high-rise engulfed in bright orange flames from top to bottom.)

Then there’s WTC 7. Not struck by a plane, subject to nothing more than minor office fires, its 47 stories collapsed into their own footprint in a manner indistinguishable from a controlled demolition . . . which may explain how BBC TV was able to report it twenty-three minutes before it happened.

Evidence like this (and there’s much, much more) is why more than 1,400 architects and engineers, and tens of thousands of senior government, military, CIA and FBI officials—plus pilots, reporters, broadcasters, scholars, and others—are calling for a new, independent investigation.
 

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Contents

Introduction
4
The official story and why it cant be true
6
An explanation that actually fits the facts
37
Building 7the ultimate proof
42
Other questions that need to be answered
48
How is it possible?
66
How could they keep it a secret?
69
Who would benefit?
73
People calling for a new investigation
79
Conclusion
89
Other sources of good information
91
Glossary
93
Acknowledgments
96
About the author
98
TinyURL conversions
99
Index
104

Our government wouldnt do this to us
76

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About the author (2011)

Richard Gage is a member of the prestigious American Institute of Architects. In more than twenty years of practice in the Bay Area, he’s worked on many fire-proofed, steel-framed buildings, including one of more than a million square feet that used 1200 tons of steel framing.

Arthur Naiman’s more than thirty books have sold millions of copies.

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