The project we have in store for this September promises to be our most impactful mailing campaign ever.
I am thrilled to announce the upcoming release of our World Trade Center Physics
mailer. This is not just any mail piece. It’s signed by 20 of our most dedicated civil and structural engineers and will be sent to a whopping 35,000 of their fellow engineering professionals to mark the 15th anniversary of 9/11.
I invite you to read the stirring letter to the engineering community signed by our 20 engineers
, which serves as the introduction to the mailer.
This 13-page publication, specially designed to be distributed cost-effectively, provides decisive proof of what so many people — both engineers and laypersons — understand intuitively: The tops of the Twin Towers could not and did not crush through the floors below them. Only explosive controlled demolition can account for the destruction we witnessed that day.
World Trade Center Physics illustrates this truth both by showing NIST’s failure to provide an explanation of the Twin Towers’ total collapse and by debunking the articles of civil engineering professor Zdeněk Bažant, upon whose analysis the official story depends solely and entirely. In telling this story, the mailer exposes the role of the ASCE’s Journal of Engineering Mechanics, and the ASCE itself, in suppressing criticism of Bažant’s work. It concludes with brief summaries of the other evidence of the Twin Towers’ and WTC 7’s destruction by controlled demolition.
35,000 Dollars to Reach 35,000 Engineers!
Yes, that’s correct. Every dollar we raise for this campaign will allow us to reach one engineer. That includes the cost of printing, postage, and
renting the mailing list we’ll be using.
Only one dollar per recipient! Compare that to a year ago, when it cost $50,000 to mail Beyond Misinformation
to 20,000 architects and engineers. This year we’ll be reaching twice as many professionals for $15,000 less!
Donate $25 (or more) by August 20 (or $30 if you live outside the U.S.) and you will receive a souvenir copy of World Trade Center Physics
in the mail — as well as reaching one engineer with every dollar you donate. What better way for you to inform 25 (or more) engineers on the 15th anniversary of 9/11?
Thank you for helping us commemorate the 15th anniversary in a meaningful away: by galvanizing the engineering profession to support a new investigation of the World Trade Center’s destruction.
Very truly yours,
Richard Gage, AIA
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth