ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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Engineers & Scientists Examine the Evidence of 9/11
further their cause for a truly independent investigation of 9/11,
Architect Richard Gage, AIA and Physics Professor (ret.) Dr. Steven
Jones will put forth a presentation of facts and analysis providing
scientific proof that the three World Trade Center buildings (buildings
1, 2 and 7) were not destroyed by jet impact and fires alone, but
by controlled demolition with explosives.
This presentation will be made available to the public on Saturday,
February 23 at the Immanuel Presbyterian Church* located at 3300 Wilshire
Blvd. in Los Angeles. Seating begins at 5PM. And in addition to
the presentation by Gage and Jones, Presidential Candidate Cynthia
McKinney will address the audience on her support for a new investigation.
Information on discounted pre-sale tickets is available by calling
805-653-1588 or visiting GoodKarmaPR.com.
Dr. Steven E. Jones, Professor of Physics (ret.), has published papers in Scientific American, Nature, and Physical Review Letters. His peer-reviewed paper on the collapse of three World Trade Center skyscrapers (when only two were hit by airplanes) has been widely read and has been translated into Spanish, French and Japanese. It is available at Journalof911Studies.com along with about 100 other scholarly papers regarding the events of 9/11/2001. His ongoing research includes experiments with thermates, along with electron-microscope/energy-dispersive spectrographic analyses of dust from the WTC collapses.
McKinney is currently running for President of the United States
for the Green Party. In 1992, Cynthia made history when she became
the first African American woman to represent Georgia in the House
of Representatives. In 1991, after Cynthia spoke on the floor of the
Georgia House of Representatives against George Bush Sr.'s bombing
of Baghdad, her colleagues walked out on her. While in the U.S. Congress,
Cynthia won recognition as an outspoken leader for human rights, an
advocate for peace, and a determined voice for justice. She continues
to speak out against the current Administration's occupation of Iraq,
has demanded that the Pentagon explain how it "lost" over $2.3 trillion
in un-trackable transactions and is still waiting for an answer about
the multiple war games taking place on September 11th.