Dr. Niels Harrit Makes Four Presentations in Canada

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February 19, 2011

Dr. Niels Harrit, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry at the University of Copenhagen, will be lecturing across Canada in six recognized locations. He will offer a critique of the official account of the destruction of the World Trade Center, focusing on Building 7. Widely published, he is the lead author of a 2009 article on the discovery of nano-thermite (an incendiary and explosive) in the WTC dust.

Tour Schedule:

Tuesday February 22 @ 7PM, Edmonton Alberta
“Edmonton Questions 9/11”

Thursday February 24 @ 7PM, University of British Columbia
Presentation: “Explosive Evidence”

Saturday February 26 @ 7PM, University of Victoria
Presentation: “Explosive Evidence”

For more info about the dates above see: http://civilinformationactivism.org/Niels-Harrit.html

Tuesday March 1 St. @ 7:30 PM, McMaster University, Hamilton Ontario
Presentation: “Reasonable Doubt: Science and the Collapse of World Trade 7 on September 11, 2001.”
For more info see: http://www.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~peace/

 

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