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Why Did The World Trade Center Collapse on 9/11? Interview with Steven Jones

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Uploaded on Feb 1, 2012

History Counts presents an interview with physicist Steven Jones about his peer-reviewed paper "Why Indeed Did the World Trade Center Collapse?". The topics covered are the official theory of a "pancaking collapse" and the discovery of the highly reactive material known as thermite on the steel and how this is evidence that requires a new an independent investigation.

Note: This show is an episode of "History Counts", now called "In Context".

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