9/11: The Simple Facts

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Soft Skull Press, Aug 2, 2011 - Political Science - 112 pages
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Books on 9/11 tend to get dismissed as “conspiracy theories” but that won’t work with this one, because it contains no theories at all about who did what. It simply focuses on flaws in the official story that have led more than 1500 architects and engineers, with 25,000 years of professional experience (and tens of thousands of others) to demand a new, independent investigation.

The book lists fourteen clearly observable facts about 9/11 that the official story can’t explain, then provides a simple explanation that accounts for all of them. It raises hundreds of questions like:

Why has no other skyscraper ever been destroyed by fire, even ones that raged for seventeen or eighteen hours?

How could the Twin Towers fall so evenly and so fast, straight down through 160,000 tons of structural steel?

How could the smaller, lighter floors above where the planes hit completely destroy the much heavier, stronger and completely undamaged floors below?

For that matter, how could the top of the South Tower crush the floors below it if it began its fall toppling off them? (See the cover above.) If this was a gravitational collapse, they’re going to have to rewrite the laws of gravity.
 

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they have to live there it and it is sad to see it in front of you .

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

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