Investigating the Events of September 11, 2001 Using the Scientific Method
Scientists for 9/11 Truth is a group of scientific professionals who are calling for new, independent, and scientific investigations of the events of September 11, 2001.
Mark Basile, BS Chemical Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic
David S. Chandler, MS Mathematics, California Polytechnic University
Steven E. Jones, PhD Physics, Vanderbilt University
Frank Legge, PhD Chemistry, University of Western Australia
John D. Wyndham, PhD Physics, Cambridge University
Our specific purpose is to collect, study, analyze, report on, and disseminate scientifically factual information and data on the events that took place on September 11, 2001 (9/11), and issues related to these events; to solicit public support for new, independent and scientific investigations of the events of 9/11; and to present, for scientific, educational, and civic purposes, a unified front of professional scientists who stand behind the emerging science of 9/11.
As scientists, we are committed to upholding the scientific method developed painstakingly over the past centuries, sometimes at great cost to personal reputation, circumstance, and freedom, and even to life itself.
Considering the tremendous impact, on decisions to go to war, of the official account of 9/11, and the many thousands of lives snuffed out by these wars and on 9/11 itself and thereafter, it behooves us, as representatives of the scientific tradition, to uphold that tradition with truth and honor by exposing the absurdity of the official story of 9/11 as seen from a scientific perspective.
It is probable that many of you, for reasons of time, political outlook, and personal inclination, or a desire not to question the government, have not yet closely examined the official story of what happened on September 11, 2001. To you and all those who seek a rational world through reason and truth-telling, we offer these pages.
Scientists for 9/11 Truth includes both natural scientists and formal scientists (mathematicians, computer scientists, and systems scientists). For individual member statements, see Signatories.