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9/11 Revisited: Scientific and Ethical Questions with Professor Steven Jones

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  • Paul Joseph Watson
    9/11 Revisited: Scientific and Ethical Questions with Professor Steven Jones This video captures an excellent slide presentation by Dr. Steven Jones at Utah
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 19, 2006
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      9/11 Revisited: Scientific and Ethical Questions with Professor Steven Jones

      This video captures an excellent slide presentation by Dr. Steven Jones at Utah Valley State College examining the fate of the three World Trade Center towers. Jones first looks at the case of the total collapse of WTC Building 7, noting its symmetry and rapidity, and contrasting it with other cases of skyscraper fires (which didn't induce collapse) and earthquake-induced collapses of high-rise buildings (which weren't symmetric). This is a very sophisticated multiple camera shoot and is jam-packed with "explosive" information.

      Jones then looks at the Twin Towers, showing details of their construction and noting the properties of steel. Jones explains the how thermite and variants of it can be used to cut steel, and how reports of molten metal and sulfidated steel are consistent with the use of thermite.

      The second half of the presentation covers more general issues surrounding the 9/11/01 attack, such as fabricated evidence of bin Laden's guilt, administration foreknowledge, and aspects of the imperial agenda enabled by the attack.

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