THE FIRST SCHOLARS FOR 9/11 TRUTH CONFERENCE: The Science of 9/11: What's Controversial, What's Not
Propaganda by the government and the corporate media would have us believe that the 9/11 "inside job" hypothesis is not merely controversial but unsupported by proof. That is wrong. Academics, experts, and scholars who have examined the physical evidence and considered this event within its historical context tend to converge in agreement that the inside-job hypothesis is, in fact, strongl ysupported by the available evidence, while the version advanced in The 9/11 Commission Report is not only false but provably false and incrucial respects physically impossible. That the official account of 9/11 is a lie and that 9/11 appears to have been an inside job is no longer a matter of serious scientific debate. If you have any doubt, visit our site at 911scholars.org.
Even though the broad outlines of what happened are no longer controversial--for example, we know that The World Trade Center was intentionally demolished by a high-energy causal process physically unrelated to plane crashes and resulting fires--the precise details ofhow the perpetrators carried out the attack remains the subject of intense controversy. What we know with relative certainty about 9/11 is already the story of the century: it demands re-thinking our history, our politics, perhaps even our way of life. From a scientific rather than political standpoint, controversial questions about what may have happened on 9/11 are fascinating and challenging--not least of all because they could lead to a better understanding of 9/11 with respect to its social and political significance. And if high-tech weaponry was used at the WTC, that would rather strongly implicate theDepartment of Defense as their source.
In an attempt to clarify these matters, Scholars for 9/11 Truth willbe hosting a conference entitled "The Science of 9/11: What's Controversial, What's Not?", to be held 3-5 August 2007 in Madison, WI. I think we can all agree that the most important dimension of our efforts is explaining why the "official account" that the government has advanced cannot be sustained. Since there can be disagreements even here about what we should or should not emphasize and what has or has not been proven to an extent sufficient to emphasize them as basic "refutations" of the government's account, Kevin Barrett and I will discuss the science and the politics of 9/11 research as the opening session.
The major sessions will be devoted to the issues that have tended to divide us. Judy Wood, Frank Greening, and Bob Fitrakis will explore and analyze the serious possibility that non-conventional means, including high-tech, directed energy weapons, may have been used along with conventional methods to destroy the World Trade Center. Jerry Leaphart, Ed Haas, Morgan Reynolds, and Judy Wood will discuss their historic legal actions involving the NIST. Morgan Reynolds, Rick Rajter, and Dave von Kleist will discuss what did or did not happened to the planes alleged to have hit the Pentagon, Shanksville, and the WTC on 9/11. Ed Haas of THE MUCKRACKER REPORT will present our keynote address on "The National 9/11 Non-Debate".
Registration, including lunches on both days, will be $125. Attendance at the meeting is limited to 150 participants. This conference will be distinctive by focusing on the issues that have divided us, by longer sessions dealing with them in great depth and, by virtue of its size, affording unusual opportunities for personal interaction between the speakers and the participants. You will get to know Kevin Barrett, Judy Wood, Morgan Reynolds, Ed Haas, Jerry Leaphart, Bob Fitrakis, Frank Greening, Dave von Kleist, Rick Rajter, Jim Fetzer, and more.
THE MADISON CONFERENCE
The Science of 9/11: What's Controversial, What's Not 3-5 August 2007, Madison, WI
The conference will be held at the Radisson Hotel Madison, 517 Grand Canyon Drive, Madison, WI 53719. Information about the hotel may be located on-line at www.radisson.com/madisonwi.
The hotel provides complimentary breakfasts, has a pool and exercise room, with very nice accommodations. The rooms run $99 per night. Registration, including two lunches, will run $125.
Friday, 3 August 2007
7-10 PM, Registration
Saturday, 4 August 2007
7-9 AM, Registration
9 AM-Noon: The Science and Politics of 9/11
Jim Fetzer, Scholars, and Kevin Barrett, MUJCA
Noon-1 PM: Deli Sandwich, Soup, and Salad Buffet
1-4 PM: What Happened to the World Trade Center?
Judy Wood, Scholars, Frank Greening, and Bob Fitrakis
4-6 PM: The National 9/11 Non-Debate
Ed Haas, Editor, The Muckraker Report
6-8 PM: Dinner on your own on the town
8-11 PM: Taking Legal Action against NIST
Jerry Leaphart, Ed Haas, Morgan Reynolds, Judy Wood
Sunday, 5 August 2007
9 AM-1 PM: What Happened to the Airplanes?
Morgan Reynolds & Rick Rajter, Scholars, and Dave von Kleist
1 PM-2 PM: Hot Lunch Buffet, Closing Remarks
The conference will be limited to 150 participants. The program ends early on Sunday for afternoon flights. The hotel has a limo service to and from the Dane County/Madison Airport.
Rooms at the conference rate are only guaranteed until 13 July and thereafter depend upon availability. And you must register in order to reserve your room.
To register, send a check to Scholars for 9/11 Truth, 800 Violet Lane, Oregon, WI 53575. Please contact Jim Fetzer, Program Chair, for more information at email@example.com.
Anyone who has thoughts about the program that they would like to share is welcome to forward them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org at their earliest convenience. This conference should provide an opportunity for experts on complex and technical scientific questions to explain their research and its significance. My hope is that by subjecting each others' research to rigorous but collegial criticism, the attention-getting controversial aspects of 9/11 research may be turned into a benefit, rather than a distraction, in the larger process of seeking and exposing the truth about 9/11 and gaining an adequate scientific understanding of how all of this was done.