Univ. Of Alaska Fairbanks Study Finds 'Fire Did Not Cause WTC 7 Collapse'

Chris Menahan
Sep. 11, 2019

Local media outlets are covering a new study from researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks which found that fire did not cause the collapse of World Trade Center 7 as our government claimed.

From KTVA, "Fire did not cause World Trade Center Building 7 collapse, UAF study suggests":
It's been a point of controversy for more than a decade. Now, researchers from the University of Alaska Fairbanks are weighing in.

World Trade Center Building 7 was not struck by a plane, but collapsed hours after the twin towers on Sept. 11, 2001. A draft report released this week by researchers at UAF suggests that the fall was not a result of fires, despite the findings of the National Institute for Standards and Technology, an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce, in 2008.
The study was paid for by a group called Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth. The nonprofit is said to represent over 3,000 architects and engineers who have signed a petition calling on Congress to launch a new investigation into the destruction of the towers.

Dr. Leroy Hulsey, a civil engineering professor at UAF, led the four-year study. According to the Institute of Northern Engineering's website, the objective was to examine the structural response of WTC 7 to fire loads that may have occurred that day, rule out scenarios that couldn't have caused its collapse and identify types of failures that may have caused the fall.
The story was also picked up by the British paper the Daily Star.

From The Daily Star, "9/11 tower did not collapse because of fire, breakthrough study claims":
Researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) put forward the shocking assertion following a four-year computer modelling study funded by Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth.

First, the team analysed how the structure would have responded to fire below Floor 13.

They then examined the collapse hypothesis developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

The researchers also determined which parts of the structure may have caused the total collapse.

Their summary states: "The principal conclusion of our study is that fire did not cause the collapse of WTC 7 on 9/11, contrary to the conclusions of NIST and private engineering firms that studied the collapse.

"The secondary conclusion of our study is that the collapse of WTC 7 was a global failure involving the near-simultaneous failure of every column in the building."
Read their full report at AE911Truth.org.

This Anti-Media meme is a good summation of the whole Never Forget movement:

When it comes to September 11th, we're only supposed to remember vague nonsense about "tolerance" these days as the whole "Muslims did 9/11 because they hate our freedoms" meme used to get us into various wars in the Middle East was made obsolete by our rulers' latest PC (political correctness) update.

For example, the New York Times on Wednesday blamed "airplanes" for the attack.

While we were all ordered to hate Muslims after 9/11 and called unAmerican for opposing the neocon regime change wars in the Middle East back then, more recently we've been ordered to open our borders to all the Muslim countries our government bombed and we're called unAmerican if we don't want mass immigration from said bombed countries.

Regardless, the collapse of WTC 7 is somewhat controversial as it's difficult to definitively prove either way.

On the flip side, it's a documented fact our government arrested a team of "dancing Israelis" who were seen "taking pictures and filming the attacks" while "high fiving" in the aftermath of the attack, two of which were known Mossad operatives.

They appeared on Israeli television later and Oded Ellner, who was one member of the team, said they were in New York on September 11th "to document the event."

It's also a fact that the former Prime Minister of Israel and head of Israeli Military Intelligence, Ehud Barak -- who has recently been connected to Jeffrey Epstein -- was on the BBC on 9/11 within an hour of the attack fingering Osama Bin Laden and calling for the US to "launch an operational, concrete, war against terror" and a crackdown at our nation's airports.

Though George W. Bush is credited by our media for coming up with the term "war on terror," he actually didn't use it until September 16th.

Incidentally, while Barak said "it's a time to identify there are no more than five or six countries in the world which are directly responsible for hosting terror" which should be targets for regime change (he specifically named "Iran, Iraq, Libya and North Korea" as well as Afghanistan), Gen. Wesley Clark later revealed that "about 10 days after 9/11" he spoke to a top General at the Pentagon who told him the US "made the decision" to go to Iraq despite having no information connecting 9/11 to Saddam or Al-Qaeda and a "few weeks later" the General told him the US intended to "take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran."

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