Join civil engineer Jonathan Cole for the next installment of the Center’s Takeaways series this Saturday from 5:00 to 6:00 PM Eastern.
The topic of discussion will be Cole’s new paper published last month in the Journal of 9/11 Studies. It is a damning critique of a paper co-authored by Jia-Liang Le and Zdeněk Bažant that was published last year in the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Journal of Structural Engineering.
Cole originally submitted his paper to the Journal of Structural Engineering last September, but the editors rejected it just two days later on the basis of alleged “insufficient technical content.”
The Takeaways session will be moderated by longtime 9/11 activist Fran Shure. Cole and Shure will spend the first 30 minutes highlighting takeaways from the paper. The second 30 minutes will be a Q&A in which participants are invited to submit questions. The event will be recorded so that those who are unable to attend can watch it afterwards.
Jonathan Cole, PE, has been a registered professional engineer for over 35 years. In 2010, he began conducting real-world experiments in his backyard to either prove or disprove the official explanation of the Twin Towers and Building 7’s destruction. He is well-known for the videos he made documenting these experiments, all of which can be found at his YouTube channel physicsandreason and at 911speakout.org.