Recent Articles and Letters
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April 10, 2014
Science, Activism, and the Pentagon Debate by Frank Legge
October 24, 2013
Released April 10, 2014
Letter to Massimo Mazzucco by David Chandler, Frank Legge, and John D. Wyndham
July 6, 2011
Book Review: "Among the Truthers" by William Willers
May 10, 2011
Responses to questions regarding thermite, nanothermite and
conventional explosives used in the WTC destruction by Steven Jones, 911Blogger.com.
January 19, 2011
Released April 15, 2011
Letters to John P. Holdren,
the Department of Commerce,
the Union of Concerned Scientists,
and the National Science Foundation by members of Scientists. Note:
In these copies, the sender's address has been replaced by Scientists' PO Box address.
March 19, 2011
An Open Letter to Bill Moyers by William Willers and others. The letter was in response to a
by Bill Moyers at the History Makers 2011 convention on January 27, 2011, in New York City.
March 07, 2011
A Scientific Theory of the WTC 7 Collapse by Michael Fullerton, Foreign Policy Journal.
February 22, 2011
Letter to the Canadian Minister of Public Safety by Kip Warner. Responses to this letter by officials and
others can also be seen at this location.
November 18, 2010
Evidence for Informed Trading on the Attacks of September 11 by Kevin Ryan, Foreign Policy Journal.
September 15, 2010
Letter to the Department of Commerce by Timothy E. Eastman.
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(9/11), please begin by clicking Introduction.
IEEE Ethics Symposium Publishes 9/11 Truth Paper
October 7, 2014
Collaborative Effort Between Scientists and Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth
In a collaborative effort, John D. Wyndham of
Scientists for 9/11 Truth, and Wayne Coste
and Michael Smith,
both members of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth
as well as members of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), have published a joint paper that was presented at the 2014 IEEE International
Symposium on Ethics in Engineering, Science and Technology. The IEEE is the largest "professional association for the advancement of technology" in the world
with almost half a million members.The title of the paper is Ethics and the Official Reports about the Destruction
of the World Trade Center Twin Towers (WTC1 and WTC2) on 9/11: A Case Study.
The development of this paper over a three month period was supported by a number of individuals who are members of one,
the other, or both of these 9/11 Truth organizations. These individuals are David Chandler, Jonathan Cole, Frank Legge, A. Hamid Mumin, Daniel Noel, Gregg
Roberts, and Thomas Spellman. The paper was presented during a poster session at the symposium
held in Chicago, May 23 -24, and attended by two of the authors, Wayne Coste and Michael Smith. View the paper
and the poster
by clicking the foregoing links. French translations are by Il Fatto Quotidiano.
Michael Smith and Wayne Coste at the Symposium
Deficiencies in NIST's WTC1/2 Reports
Many researchers, some of whom are quoted in the paper's extensive list of references, have pointed out the deficiencies in the reports by the
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) on the Twin Towers' destructions.
The emphasis in the present IEEE paper is on the ethical lapses by NIST. These lapses include a number of failures such as; failure to study the actual destructions
and their aftermaths; failure to follow the guidelines established by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA); failure to consider the consequences to
public health; and failure to provide the most essential theory. NIST did not follow the scientific method in many important ways, and did not seek adequate
review by independent engineers and scientists. The paper shows that these failures "go far beyond any reasonable
excuse for their occurrence" and amount to a falsified and fraudulent investigation on NIST's part.
The IEEE Ethics Symposium Process
Throughout the entire process of abstract and paper submissions, and the actual presentation in Chicago, the authors were treated cordially by the symposium's
organizers and those who attended the conference. Initially, authors were asked to submit abstracts. The authors submitted abstracts for two different
papers, one on World Trade Center Building 7 (WTC7) and the other on the Twin Towers (WTC1/2). The abstract for the paper on WTC1/2 was reviewed
by three anonymous reviewers and accepted for paper submission. The paper itself was presented at the symposium and published by IEEE without further review.
The paper is copyrighted by IEEE. However, according to IEEE guidelines for authors, authors are "free to post the accepted version of their articles on their personal Web sites
or those of their employers." Accordingly, this paper and poster can be viewed here at the links cited above in this article, or in the
Papers section on this website. The paper
can also be purchased on the IEEE Xplore
website ($31 for non-members, $13 for members).
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