Projects

Members are encouraged to write letters and articles, based on sound scientfic principles, on all aspects of the events of 9/11 and related issues. By submitting these writings to newspapers, magazines, and so on, and to members of the political establishment and related institutions, we can further the cause of spreading the truth about 9/11.

In particular, members are encouraged to submit papers based on their own research and analysis to the online Journal of 9/11 Studies where they will undergo peer review before publication.

Members are also encouraged to submit ideas for joint letters and other activities that may require a group effort. From time to time you may be informed of such efforts and be invited to participate.

List of Projects

For information on the status of these projects, please send an email to the Coordinator.


Investigate NIST for Fraud:

Write joint letters, signed by our members, to the US Attorney General, to the Inspector General for the Department of Commerce, to NSF, and to UCS requesting that NIST be investigated for scientific fraud.

Current Status: See letters to John P. Holdren, the Department of Commerce, the Union of Concerned Scientists, and the National Science Foundation by members of Scientists, January 19, 2011. Note: In these copies, the sender's address has been replaced by Scientists' PO Box address. There has been no response from any of the letter recipients, except for an email from Peggy L. Fischer of NSF, dated 01/28/2011.

College Outreach:

Notify as many college and university science departments as possible of the existence of this site and the papers available thereon, with recommendations of the best papers for people just beginning to look into this issue.

"Building What?" Campaign:

Participate in the campaign proposed by David Ray Griffin and NYC CAN, namely, “that the international 9/11 Truth Movement initiate, starting this September [2010], a world-wide, year-long ‘Building What?’ campaign” to make the fact of WTC 7’s “collapse” widely known. See David Chandler’s videos.

Information Repository:

Develop a repository of quantitative information about the WTC buildings (similar to a “CRC Handbook” of WTC information) where those who write or speak about the subject can find the facts they need.

Conduct Research:

Conduct research on the WTC dust and other aspects of the building destructions in New York, as well as other events of 9/11 that are amenable to scientific research. An example is testing the WTC dust for various explosive residues.


Donate to Our Projects:

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