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1. Print the Cover
2. Go to www.911CA.org and print the PDFs for all articles (or see list below)
3. Put them in the binder, with the separators
500 pages of paper - 5 pounds
Paper with 2 inch binder - 6.5 pounds
A ream of 500 pages is 2 inches thick
Association for Nine Eleven Truth Awareness
|1) Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe published in the peer reviewed Bentham Open Chemistry and Physics Journal. PDF|
2) Fourteen points of agreement with official government reports on the
World Trade Center destruction
The Open Civil Engineering Journal (backup)
|3) Environmental anomalies at the World Trade Center: evidence for energetic materials (PDF)|
|4) Some misunderstandings related to WTC collapse analysis|
Temporal Considerations in Collapse of WTC Towers (backup)
International Journal of Structural Engineering
Steven E. Jones, PhD, “What accounts for the molten metal observed on
Journal of the Utah Academy of
Sciences, Arts and Letters, 83:252, 2006.
7) Energy Absorption Potential of Light
Weight Concrete Floors
Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering (Vol. 39, pp: 1193-1201) November 2012
K. S. Sivakumaran PhD Structural Engineering, Calgary. Professor McMaster University
Robert Korol PhD, Structural Engineering. Professor Emeritus, McMaster University
8) Collapse Time Analysis of Multi-Story Structural Steel Buildings
The Open Civil Engineering Journal (Bentham Open) (Vol.5, 2011, pp. 25-35) April 2011
Robert Korol PhD (McMaster University)
K. S. Sivakumaran PhD
Frank Greening, PhD. After receiving his Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from McMaster University in 1974, Dr. Greening undertook post-doctoral studies in the NRC molecular spectroscopy group of Nobel prize winner Dr. Gerhard Herzberg in Ottawa.
Backup PDF here (Bentham possibly pressured to remove it)
In the process of studying the collapse of world Trade Center twin towers 1 and 2, Bazant and several associates [1-3] portrayed column response under crushing loads as bending elements such as what fixed-end beams would experience under lateral loads. Such a model is believed to be a short-coming
Greening, F.R. 2006. Energy Transfer in the WTC Collapse. WTC
Report. February. 5 p.
Dr. Greening is now highly critical of NIST and recants his 2008
paper with Bazant.
Crockett Grabbe, PhD
Physics from CalTech
Discussion of “Why the Observed Motion History of World
Trade Center Towers Is Smooth” by Jia-Liang Le and Zdeněk P. Bažant
Direct Evidence for Explosions: Flying Projectiles and
Widespread Impact Damage
National Swindle of the World Trade Center
Discussion of “Mechanics of Progressive Collapse: Learning from World Trade
Center and Building Demolitions”
(Critique of paper by Zdenek P. Bažant and Mathieu Verdure) PDF
Critiques by James R. Gourley and Gregory Szuladzinski PhD
The Journal of Engineering Mechanics, vol 134 (10), pp 915–916 October 2008
11) John D. Wyndham (PhD Physics, Cambridge, UK,
Research Fellow CalTech), Wayne H. Coste (P.E.) and Michael R. Smith,
"Ethics and the Official Reports about the Destruction of the World Trade
Center Twin Towers (WTC1 and WTC2) on 9/11: A Case Study," 2014 IEEE
International Symposium on Ethics in Engineering, Science and Technology.
See also the poster for
the paper presentation in Chicago, May 23-24, 2014.
12) The Behavior of High Strength Structural Steel at Elevated Temperatures
Jian-Fei Chen, PhD,
Ben Young, PhD , University of Hong Kong
Brian Uy, PhD, University of Wollongong, China
Journal of Structural Engineering, published by ASCE, December 2006
to be continued after dinner...