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University of Alaska study ‘definitively’ concludes that fire could NOT have caused the World Trade Center Building 7 collapse on 9/11

University of Alaska study ‘definitively’ concludes that fire could NOT have caused the World Trade Center Building 7 collapse on 9/11

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On September 3rd, the University of Alaska Fairbanks released a study on their analysis of the infamous Twin Towers collapse. In it, they found that the third tower’s collapse was, “caused not by fire but rather by the near-simultaneous failure of every column in the building.” On September 11th, 2001, World Trade Center Building 7 collapsed in on itself at free fall speed, falling over 100 feet in less than 10 seconds. After the event, the New York City government cleaned up the debris before a full forensic investigation could be done. This information and more has prompted many family members of victims, architects, engineers, and everyday people to be skeptical of the official narrative surrounding 9/11, that three buildings fell that day based solely on the impact of Al-Qaeda’s hijacked planes. The report, lead by Dr. J. Leroy Hulsey and funded by Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, is currently in draft form until its public comment period ends on November 1st. The final…
Source: University of Alaska study ‘definitively’ concludes that fire could NOT have caused the World Trade Center Building 7 collapse on 9/11

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