A historic opportunity exists to acknowledge the significant accomplishments of a noted Alaskan, Dr. Leroy Hulsey, professor at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, and at the same time address a lingering injustice in the history of the U.S.
Dr. Hulsey, a professor of engineering, together with two of his graduate students, has just completed a two-year computer analysis of the collapse of Building Seven, the third building to collapse during the Sept. 11, 2001, event. We believe the study provides conclusive evidence that the official opinion reached by the government agency, NIST, that the collapse was due to office fires, is impossible.
Alaskans are know for their propensity to think outside the box and boldly live according to their consciences. It seems fitting that such a needed work as this originates from our very own state. This study was sponsored by the Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth. A&E members are canvassing Congress this week, spreading news of the result while soliciting congressional members to sponsor a new and independent investigation to be titled the Bobby McIlvaine Act, named after an A&E member’s son who was killed while entering a tower on 9/11. Many Alaskans like us are encouraging our Alaskan congressional delegation to read Dr. Husley’s work and sponsor the act. We invite you to join us.
Dana Carros, David Heuman, Clark A. Davis, Scott Frame, Roland Ruoss, Jamie Fagan, Dennis Symmons and Rachel Nummer