A new survey by the polling firm YouGov sponsored by ReThink911.org shows that nearly half of Americans are not even aware that a third World Trade Center building collapsed on September 11, 2001.
46% don’t know about the collapse of WTC 7. This is astonishing. How can people not know this?
Actually, I shouldn’t be so shocked. It shouldn’t be that surprising. What it indicates is that most people get their information from mainstream media sources. And the MSM never reports about WTC 7. To be able to know anything about it, you’d have to get your information from alternative, online sources. And the MSM does its best to convince people to stay away from any website that might talk about it. God forbid Americans get information from a “conspiracy theory” website!
After being shown video of the collapse of WTC 7, “46% are sure or suspect it was caused by controlled demolition, compared to 28% who are sure or suspect fires caused it, and 27% who don’t know”.
Here’s the 30-second video they were shown. If you haven’t seen this collapse, watch it:
Here’s a compilation of footage I put together:
Anyone who doesn’t even know about the collapse of this building obviously couldn’t be aware that it collapsed with sudden onset of free-fall acceleration. The press release about the poll states:
According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), normal office fires caused the failure of a single column, starting a chain reaction that brought Building 7 down. More than 2,000 architects and engineers have signed the Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth petition that questions NIST’s explanation of the building’s collapse.
“Even the government’s own computer model disproves its theory. It looks nothing like the actual collapse,” said Tony Szamboti, a mechanical engineer from the Philadelphia area. “Not only that, they refuse to release the data that would allow us to verify their model. In the world of science, this is as bad as it gets. I’m glad most people can look at the collapse and see the obvious.”
It is indeed encouraging.