Today, we at AE911Truth celebrate Giving Tuesday — the charitable world’s answer to post-Thanksgiving commercialism.
Giving Tuesday is an opportunity for people to give en masse to the causes that matter to them, thus helping to kick-start new campaigns or ensuring that the organizations they care about most have the funds to thrive in the coming year.
Our Gift to You
In the spirit of Giving Tuesday
, we’re offering a token of our appreciation for your support of the WTC 7 Evaluation
study — the most important project in our nine-year existence. To fund the study fully, we need several hundred dedicated supporters to make small monthly donations until its completion in April 2017. And so today we want to offer a gift to make it even more worth your while.
Until midnight Pacific time today, you can sign up to become a sustaining supporter
for as little as $7.50 per month — or make a one-time donation
of $75 or more — and we’ll send you a copy of Beyond Misinformation
signed by AE911Truth founder Richard Gage, AIA, and the booklet’s author, Ted Walter.
is AE911Truth’s recently published, comprehensive guide to the WTC evidence. According to one supporter, “Beyond Misinformation
presents the facts of the WTC destruction in the most skillful, credible, and professional manner I have ever seen.”
What is WTC 7 Evaluation?
Much of what you need to know about WTC 7 Evaluation
is in the two-minute trailer below. If you haven’t done so already, we invite you to watch it right now.
WTC 7 Evaluation
is a two-year computer modeling study of World Trade Center Building 7’s destruction. It is being headed by Dr. Leroy Hulsey, who chairs the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
In May, Dr. Hulsey and his team of Ph.D. research assistants began developing sophisticated computer models of WTC 7. Using these models, they will evaluate the probability of various hypothetical causes of WTC 7’s collapse.
AE911Truth, backed by our 2,390 architects and engineers, is funding Dr. Hulsey’s research because it is imperative to our mission that WTC 7 finally be modeled in a transparent and unbiased process — and that the findings be disseminated to every corner of the engineering community.
When awareness of the study spreads throughout the entire engineering field and Dr. Hulsey begins to publish his findings, it will be a turning point in how the destruction of WTC 7 is viewed — both within the engineering world and beyond.
To learn more, visit WTC7Evaluation.org
, where we will be sharing Dr. Hulsey’s progress in the form of videos, reports, and data.