Two planes hit the World Trade Center complex on September 11, 2001, but three buildings fell.
It’s one of the littlest known facts of 9/11. The twin towers weren’t the only buildings to collapse at free fall speed into their own footprints that day.
Despite having never been hit by a plane or even being located directly next to the twin towers, much later in the day Building 7 came down too, although the excuses for exactly why it fell have never really made any sense.
Well, now a two-year study out of University of Alaska Fairbanks proves that “office fires” could not have brought down the building as the U.S. government has claimed.
Activist Post reports:
When their study concludes in April 2017, Hulsey and his team will allow a panel of experts to analyze the data and submit the study to peer-reviewed journals. The researchers are promising a “completely open and transparent investigation into the cause of World Trade Center Building 7’s collapse,” and will post every step of their scientific process on WTC7Evaluation.org. The WTC7 Evaluation project will also include a review by a committee of technical experts who will vet the research being conducted by Dr. Hulsey and his students.
Ted Walter, Director of Strategy and Development for A&E 9/11 Truth, is in charge of working with the professor and raising money to fund the WTC7 Evaluation. Walter said that the project began in May 2015 and should should wrap up in April of next year.
“They are coming up with different scenarios of how hot the fires could have been in different parts of the building, and then for the next 6 months they will be running tests and scenarios,” Walter told Activist Post. “The last few months, early next year, will be all about putting the findings into a final report.”
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