[HCCN] Film: 9/9 at SWH library: Architects/Engineers on 9/11 WTC destruction

Dick Atlee atlee at umd.edu
Wed Sep 7 07:26:04 EDT 2011


Where: Southwest Harbor Public Library
When: 7:30 PM, Friday, September 9
What: Film: Blueprint for 9/11 Truth

This film, which examines the forensic physical and chemical evidence 
relating to the destruction of the World Trade Center ten years ago, was 
put out by Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth (http://ae911truth.org).

The organization consists of over 1500 (and growing) licensed 
professional engineers, architects and fire inspectors who have examined 
the evidence and concluded that the official story of the World Trade 
Center destruction is fatally flawed.

This film is the one-hour version of the two-hour presentation that has 
been shown to audiences all over the world. Audiences are asked before 
and after every presentation how many feel the official story is 
correct, and almost all who initially say "yes" change their minds as a 
result of viewing the film. The same thing happened at an Acadia Senior 
College presentation in Southwest Harbor back in March, covering the 
9/11 destruction of the third WTC skyscraper, Building 7.

The film simply looks at the evidence and what it implies about what 
happened to the buildings. It does not venture into the whodunit realm, 
or what happened outside of New York that day. It simply makes the point 
that there are serious questions that need answers, and getting those 
answers will require a new, independent investigation of the WTC event.

There will be time after the film for discussion. The only prerequisite 
is that discussants refrain from the useless perjorative term 
"conspiracy theory," since (a) the official story is, in fact, a 
conspiracy theory (two or more people) and (b) the film avoids the 
dysfunctional exercise of assigning responsibility in the absence of a 
complete investigation.




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