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9/11 questions at heart of new film

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June 16, 2011 | 1 Comment

Big Screen Cinema presents “Firehouse 911 — Expose 9/11 Myths” at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 23, in the Blanchard Room at the Stephens Branch Library, 315 E. 14th St. in Davis.

The screening is free, but donations will be accepted with gratitude.

The film features Eric Lawyer, founder of Firefighters for 9/11 Truth, and Richard Gage, AIA, founder of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth.

Gage and Lawyer take viewers through evidence that indicates the official story of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2011, is false, a local promoter says.

This is the premiere screening of this film, which was released in May. It runs 57 minutes.

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  • AlburyJune 17, 2011 - 3:54 am

    I think it's time to investigate some of the bizarre and absurd claims made by Richard Gage, not the three WTC hi-rise collapses on 9/11, since they've already been thoroughly investigated by much more qualified, competent, and honest people. The NIST scientists and engineers were only able to time the top 18 stories, or 242', of the collapse of WTC 7's facade, and determined that it took 5.4 seconds, yet Gage and others in the 9/11 "truth movement" claim that the entire 610' collapse only took ~6.5 seconds. Did the other 368' fall in just over 1 second? How is he even able to give us a time to the nearest 1/10 of a second for the entire collapse when NIST couldn't because buildings in the foreground blocked the view of video cameras? How can he claim that the towers nearly free fell when the loose, airborne debris from their upper stories was obviously falling much faster than the collapse zones, and began hitting the ground while at least 40 stories in each one were still intact? The North Tower was only down to the height of WTC 7 when debris from the upper stories first hit the ground. Was g miraculously increased on 9/11? They fell in ~15 and ~22 seconds respectively, nowhere near the ~9.25 seconds that free fall would have taken: http://www.youtube.com/user/RKOwens4#p/u/40/qLShZOvxVe4 yet he begins every presentation with his near free-fall claim. He's also claimed that the dust clouds from the collapses were "pyroclastic," but there are no reports of anyone's skin being instantly peeled off, and he's claimed that the fires in WTC 7 were minor, totally contradicting these NYC eyewitnesses: http://sites.google.com/site/wtc7lies/eyewitnessaccountsofwtc7fires http://sites.google.com/site/wtc7lies/accountsofwtc7damage http://sites.google.com/site/wtc7lies/eyewitnessaccountsofthewithdrawalfromwtc How could his claim that 400,000 yards of concrete were turned to fine powder be true, when there was less than 100,000 yards of concrete above grade in both towers combined? Does he know how to turn 400,000 yards of concrete to fine powder with explosives without leveling NYC? Has he ever seen a controlled demolition that left molten metal in the debris for months? Has he ever seen one that didn't leave even one explosively-cut column in the debris? Since he claims that explosives were planted in the core columns to start the collapses, and that it was done from elevator shafts, has he even looked a floor plan of the cores above the 78th floor sky lobby? There were only 6 regular elevators above there, plus a freight and 2 express elevators, and they were only near 6 of the 47 core columns. Several of those were in the paths of the planes, and the perimeter columns collapsed first, so he's not even making sense, especially considering the fact that 30 or more stories of core framing stood 15-25 seconds after each tower's main collapse was over. We should investigate the nonsense coming from Richard Gage, as well as his "engineers." http://forums.randi.org/showpost.php?p=3834688&postcount=12

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