World Trade Center 7


World Trade Center Building 7

Michael Hess, New York City's corporation counsel, and Barry Jennings, the Deputy Director of Emergency Services Department (NY City Housing Authority), were trapped in World Trade Center Building 7 the morning of 9-11 due to explosions. You can see Mr. Hess in Building 7 beginning at the 1:50 mark of the video below: 

The following are interviews of Barry Jennings:
It should be noted that BOTH of the Twin Towers were standing when the bombs went off in World Trade Center Building 7. 

Barry Jennings mysteriously died just 2 days before the final NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) report on Building 7 was released.
The Presence of Nanothermite (High-Tech Explosive Material) Confirmed

In April, 2009, a peer-reviewed scientific journal article was published in the Bentham Open Chemical Physics Journal, which presented evidence of the presence of military grade state-of-the-art nanothermite sol gel explosives in all of the dust samples that have been analyzed from the World Trade Center building rubble.  This scientific study was conducted by an international team of 9 scientists and their findings have now been independently corroborated by a chemical engineer (Mark Basile) in New Hampshire.  Please see the links to this peer-reviewed scientific journal article as well as an article about the development of nanothermite explosives (also known as superthermite) by the U.S. military in Technology Review.

Chemical Engineer Mark Basile:

Architects & Engineers for 9-11 Truth

There are now over 1,330 license certified architects and engineers who have signed a petition demanding a real and independent investigation into the destruction of the World Trade Center Twin Towers and Building 7.  A petition can be signed at their website:
Architect Richard Gage's
"9-11:  Blueprint for Truth" Presentation


There were hundreds of witnesses of explosions on 9-11. 

The first four videos below had been initially withheld by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) until they were threatened with a lawsuit for refusing to comply with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.

This first video is footage of New York City firefighter eyewitness testimony of multiple secondary explosions within the twin towers. 
The following video is best listened to using earphones so that the explosions are clearly audible.
This next video was recorded by a New York citizen directly after both twin towers had been demolished.  There are multiple explosions that can be heard which the cameraman believes were coming from Building 7. 
These New York City firefighters describe explosive detonations going off all the way down as the twin towers were being demolished.

Any building that collapses due to fire or structural weakening will collapse toward the area that has been damaged the most (the weakest area) and therefore ONLY an asymmetric collapse (if any) would be expected when fires and structural damage are only on one side of a building.  Also, the free-fall acceleration of Building 7 was not possible unless all of the supporting structures on each floor were removed at precisely the same time.  Even NIST has admitted free-fall and has publicly stated that this would be impossible unless all of the supporting structures were removed simultaneously.  Fires and asymmetrical structural damage and/or weakening simply cannot do this.

The following presentation by physicist David Chandler describes how he forced the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to admit that Building 7 came down at free-fall acceleration for the first 2.25 seconds. 

Presentations by David Chandler

The following 4 short video presentations by physicist David Chandler of the destruction of the World Trade Center twin towers provide evidence that the twin towers were brought down by controlled demolitions.  These presentations include the detailed analysis of obvious squibs, secondary explosions of laterally ejected debris and cutter charge explosions during the demolitions of the twin towers.

Engineer Jonathan Cole: