Colorado 9/11 Visibility is pleased to announce a live debate addressing the collapse of the three World Trade Center buildings on September 11, 2001.
Sunday, March 6th, at the Boulder campus of the University of Colorado, Colorado 9/11 Visibility will host a debate between Richard Gage, AIA (American Institute of Architects), and Chris Mohr, Denver investigative journalist.
The question: What brought down the three World Trade Center skyscrapers?
Richard Gage, AIA, is a San Francisco Bay Area architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects. He has been an architect for over 23 years and has worked on most types of building construction, including numerous fire-proofed, steel-framed buildings. His quest for the truth about 9/11 began in 2006, and he subsequently founded Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth.
Chris Mohr, investigative journalist and advocate of the “natural collapse” theory, is a sincere seeker of the truth who has extensively researched the collapses of the World Trade Center (WTC) buildings, consulted with independent physicists and engineers, and passionately argues that the buildings collapsed due to the plane impacts and fires.
In November 2010 at Denver’s Mercury Café, Mohr debated attorney Earl Staelin on the collapse of the twin towers. This debate was unprecedented in its civility and professionalism.
In the upcoming March 6th debate with Richard Gage, the discussion will explore not only the collapse of the twin towers, but also that of 47-story World Trade Center Building 7, which collapsed completely at 5:21 pm on 9/11/01. For those of you not familiar with the collapse of WTC7, this is a riveting, don’t-miss controversy. We look forward to a dynamic, respectful, and thoroughly informative exploration of these topics.
We are pleased to announce that radio personality Tom Kiely of INN World Report will be the moderator for this debate!
This is a rare opportunity! Please send this announcement to your contacts and invite them to join you at the debate, in particular those who would be especially interested in hearing both sides of this controversial issue.
We believe that both sides debating respectfully, yet passionately, will have a strong impact in making “what happened on 9/11” a legitimate subject for public discourse. Therefore, due to the importance and uniqueness of this event, Colorado 9/11 Visibility has commissioned a professional video team to film the debate and produce a high-quality program suitable for television broadcast, along with a DVD for distribution.
We need your help. This is an expensive endeavor, and we cannot continue to do work on this seminal issue without funds. We need donations, both large and small. Please go here to donate at this website, or send a check made out to Colorado 9/11 Visibility and send to Fran Shure, 1841 S. Sherman St., Denver, CO 80210.
Date: Sunday, March 6, 2011
Time: 4:15 pm: doors open (Seating is limited. We recommend that you arrive early!)
5:00 pm: debate begins promptly
Place: The Univ. of Colorado, UMC 235, 1669 Euclid Ave., Boulder, CO 80309
Admission: $10 donation ($6 students) no one turned away
Contact: Fran Shure, firstname.lastname@example.org
Map of the Univ. of Colorado in Boulder with UMC location: http://www.colorado.edu/campusmap/map.html?bldg=UMC
Directions from Denver and Parking: Take 36 northbound to Boulder, take Baseline exit, turn left on Baseline Rd., get in right lane and turn right on northbound Broadway. Pass Regent and 18th St. Then turn right on Euclid Ave.
There is paid parking at the Euclid Auto Park as well as on Euclid Ave. (You should be able to find free street parking on the north side of Broadway on 15th and 16th Streets.) The University Memorial Center (UMC) is just west of the Euclid Auto Park. If you enter building in front on south side, room 235 will be on your left. If you enter from the north side, go up stairs to second floor. UMC 235 will be on your right.
The UMC is a handicap accessible building.
Due to the professional video recording, no other video cameras are allowed at this event.
To learn more as well as link to the archive of the warm-up radio debate, see the article at Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth.
Thank you for your interest!
The Colorado 9/11 Visibility team: Fran, Tim, Earl, Marti, Simone, Dorothy, Michael W., and Michael A.