world-renowned scientist, recipient of the National Medal of Science,
America's highest honor for scientific achievement (Dr. Lynn Margulis)
principal electrical engineer for the entire World Trade Center
complex, who was "very familiar with the structures and [the Twin
Towers'] conceptual design parameters" (Richard F. Humenn), stated
that "the mass and strength of the structure should have survived
the localized damage caused by the planes and burning jet fuel .
. . . the fuel and planes alone did not bring the Towers down."
Director for Research, Director for Aeronautical Projects, and Flight
Research Program Manager for NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center,
who holds masters degrees in both
physics and engineering (Dwain A. Deets) says:
prominent physicist, former U.S. professor of physics from a top
university, and a former principal investigator for the U.S. Department
of Energy, Division of Advanced Energy Projects (Dr. Steven E. Jones)
the world trade centers were brought down by controlled demolition
A U.S. physics professor who teaches at several universities (Dr.
Crockett Grabbe) believes that the
World Trade Centers were brought down by controlled demolition
An expert on demolition (Bent Lund) said that the
trade centers were brought down with explosives (in Danish)
13-year professor of metallurgical engineering at a U.S. university,
with a PhD in materials engineering, a former Congressional Office
of Technology Assessment Senior Staff Member (Dr. Joel S. Hirschhorn),
for a new investigation of 9/11
Danish professor of chemistry (Dr. Niels Harrit) said, in a mainstream
Danish newspaper, "WTC7
collapsed exactly like a house of cards. If the fires or damage
in one corner had played a decisive role, the building would have
fallen in that direction. You don't have to be a woodcutter to grasp
former guidance systems engineer for Polaris and Trident missiles
and professor emeritus, mathematics and computer science at a university
concluded (Dr. Bruce R. Henry) that the Twin Towers "were
brought down by planted explosives."
mechanical engineer with 20 years experience as a Fire Protection
Engineer for the U.S. Departments of Energy, Defense, and Veterans
Affairs, who is a contributing Subject Matter Expert to the U.S.
Department of Energy Fire Protection Engineering Functional Area
Qualification Standard for Nuclear Facilities, a board member of
the Northern California - Nevada Chapter of the Society of Fire
Protection Engineers, currently serving as Fire Protection Engineer
for the city of San Jose, California, the 10th largest city in the
United States (Edward S. Munyak) believes
that the World Trade Center was destroyed by controlled demolition.
former Chief of the Strategic and Emergency Planning Branch, U.S.
Department of Energy, and former Director of the Office of Engineering
at the Public Service Commission in Washington, D.C., who is a mechanical
engineer (Enver Masud) , does
not believe the official story, and believes that there is a prima
facie case for controlled demolition of the World Trade Center.