Former NASA aerospace research engineer, Dwain Deets, a member of Architects and Engineers for 9-11 Truth and leader of its writing team, launched a new web site in July that focuses on circumstances surrounding the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 (the Salomon Building) on September 11, 2001.

Deets explains why he created the site, “7problemswithbuilding7” which devotes itself exclusively to building 7 rather than the two, more widely known towers: “I started it because I think just presenting a limited but well-rounded portion of the Building 7 story is easier to be understood and less intimidating. I hope people will give it a chance to be understood, rather than taking the easy route and rejecting it without even giving it a read,” he said.

He also said the site complements the decision by the New York City Coalition for Accountability Now (NYC CAN) to focus on Building 7 and David Ray Griffin’s suggestion for a “Building What?” campaign.

The seven problems with the official story regarding why WTC Building 7 fell are:

One

No plane struck the 47-story World Trade Center skyscraper (Building 7). More on no plane.

Two

No evidence of fires in Building 7 for the first 100 minutes after being struck by debris from Tower 1. (Yet fire from the debris is the official explanation for building collapse.) More on no fires.

Three

A free-fall drop of 2.25 sec. is finally officially acknowledged. NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) lead investigator explained months earlier that, had there been free fall, there would have been no structural components below. More on freefall.

Four

Mainstream media quickly transitioned coverage of the building collapse to a “feel good” spin, focusing on the building being vacant when it came down. Dan Rather and Peter Jennings were more candid with their immediate comments, relating it to the familiar demolition of buildings we all well know.

Five

No mention of the collapse of Building 7 in The 9/11 Commission Report.

Six

The New York Times characterized as “perhaps the deepest mystery in the investigation,” a FEMA-report appendix about a steel specimen recovered from Building 7, rather like Swiss cheese, a product of extraordinarily high temperatures. More on FEMA.

Seven

No mention in the NIST Building 7 Final Report of this mysterious steel specimen.

For updates and more information, click on the link to go the website7problemswithbuilding7.

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