I have a very exciting opportunity to share with you.
Just two weeks from now, the final report of the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) study on World Trade Center Building 7 by Dr. Leroy Hulsey will be released.
Within days of its release, AE911Truth will submit a “Request for Correction” to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) seeking corrections to its report on Building 7, relying in part on the findings of the UAF report to demonstrate the errors contained in the NIST report.
The Request for Correction ultimately seeks to have NIST develop a new “Probable Collapse Sequence” that is both physically possible and consistent with the available evidence. (See NIST’s Information Quality Standards for background on the Request for Correction process.)
In addition to AE911Truth itself serving as a requester, we are inviting 9/11 family members, structural engineers, and certain architects to join as requesters.
If you are currently licensed and practicing as a structural engineer, we are inviting you to join as a requester. Our hope is to have at least 100 structural engineers and architects join as requesters, so please consider this invitation seriously.
If you would like to join this Request for Correction, please go to our Survey Monkey form where you will be asked fill out your name, your current home or business address, your engineering license number and state, and your email address.