A Canadian construction industry online news outlet has given added life to the University of Alaska Fairbanks study of World Trade Center Building 7’s destruction that is key to exposing the impossible myths cloaking the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Headlined “World Trade Center Building 7 did not collapse due to fire: Report,” the article and (so far) 97 comments, all HERE, are must reading, especially for those who find the long, technical UAF report itself challenging.
The final report by Prof. Leroy Hulsey and his team was released on March 25 after three months of public review.
The Daily Commercial News article about it came out on May 20–so far the only major journalistic coverage the UAF study has received in North America.
The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner is among the newspapers that have covered it.
Last Thursday, some PBS affiliates did start airing “Spotlight On: SEVEN,” a five-minute version of the full-length documentary “SEVEN” due out in September.
Of the highly readable comments by readers of the Daily Commercial News article, only five—three by the same person—are critical of the UAF study and Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, which funded it.