Two-Year Study Finds No Possible Way Fire Could’ve Brought Down World Trade Center Building 7

Two planes hit the World Trade Center complex on September 11, 2001, but three buildings fell. It’s one of the littlest known facts of 9/11. The twin towers weren’t the only buildings to collapse at free fall speed into their own footprints that day. Despite having never been hit by a plane or even being located directly next to the twin towers, much later in the day Building 7 came down too, although the excuses for exactly why it fell have never really made any sense. Well, now a two-year study out of University of Alaska Fairbanks proves that “office fires” could not have brought down the building as the U.S. government has claimed. Activist Post reports: When their study concludes in April 2017, Hulsey and his team will allow a panel of experts to analyze the data and submit the study to peer-reviewed journals. The researchers are promising […] Read More