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National Swindle Of The World Trade Center, Science

This explosive new online book stands 50 government reports for 9/11 on their heads, exposing a many of their their scientific flaws. The book consists of 7 chapters with 37 color photographs, a Glossary, and an Index. It discusses in detail the scientific facts and evidence they show, all at a popular layman's level. Dr. Grabbe is a physicist with a PhD in Applied Physics from Caltech (1978), and over 30 years of published research.

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