Building 7 | Reese Report

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– September 2023 |

was a 47-story skyscraper that was part of the World Trade Center complex. It was not hit by a plane on September 11, 2001, but was damaged by debris that fell from the North Tower. Fires broke out on multiple floors of the structure, and at 5:20 pm on that day, many hours after the Twin Towers fell, collapsed. Its occupants and all rescue workers had already been evacuated by that time, so there were no casualties.

“It's time to wake up before they kill us all.”

The National Institute of Standards and Technology () investigated the collapse of and concluded that debris from the collapse of WTC 1 ignited fires on at least 10 floors in the building, which caused the collapse. also found no evidence supporting the existence of a blast event or that the building was destroyed by secretly-installed explosives. However, a group of engineers and architects is demanding that retract and correct its report, following a new and detailed four-year analysis by a team at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF). The UAF team dismissed the finding that heat from the fire caused beams to “walk off” their moorings and concluded that the building's collapse was a “near-simultaneous failure of every column in the building”

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