No place for contentious criticism on 9/11

Some poor academic, Jean-Pierre Rocher, has written a book "History of the 20th Century in Flash Cards" published by Ellipses. Jean-Pierre Rocher, based on surveys of under 35s found that 21% of them believed the statement: "This global event – without doubt orchestrated by the CIA (secret services) to impose American influence on the Middle... Continue Reading →

9/11 and another beer-can analogy

Further to my earlier experiment on 3 January I conducted the third and final beer-can experiment. What it showed was you cannot take two chunks out of the side of a beer-can and expect it to be as strong as a non-fractured can. However there were lessons to learn. I took a brick weighing 4.92... Continue Reading →

More on beer-can analogy

I have previously written about beer-cans as an analogy for 9/11 twin towers and how they could not have fallen as they did. Christmas Day 2017 I proved that two empty Banks' beer-cans would independently support the weight of child A (weighing 25 kilos or 55 lbs) and child B (weighing 45 kilos or 99... Continue Reading →

A single twin tower from beer-cans

What the truth is about 9/11 and the demolition of the twin towers remains to be discovered. Certainly the official explanation does not hold water. You only have to read Richard Gage on the crush-down crush-up theory of Bazant to know what bunkum it is.“Evidently this crush down model and theory is complete nonsense, but... Continue Reading →

Crates and Cranes (9/11)

Photocredit: I am attempting here to demonstrate simply why the Twin Towers and Building 7 could not have fallen in on themselves as they appeared to do without some kind of controlled demolition. The tragedy of that fateful day in September 2001 will never be forgotten and the families of victims should learn the... Continue Reading →

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