Steve Jones Resigns from ST911

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2006-12-06 09:08:22

ANNOUNCEMENT: The Good News and the Bad (from front page of   The bad news is that, as a consequence of an increasing disparity in our approach and attitude toward the science and the politics of 9/11 research, Steve Jones has resigned as a member of Scholars. He intends to continue his research on these events, however, and it is in all of our interests that his contributions to the community should continue. The good news is, because of the contentious nature of issues that have arisen, Scholars is organizing a conference to be devoted toThe Science of 9/11: Controversial Aspectswhich will be held in mid- to late-July in Madison, WI. There will be a key-note speaker and five major sessions devoted to the issues that have tended to divide us. As the program chair, I am inviting Steve Jones to organize a panel discussion of the use of conventional means for destroying the Twin Towers. I am inviting Judy Wood to organize a panel discussion on non-conventional means, including high-tech directed energy weaponry, that might have been used to destroy the World Trade Center. I am inviting Morgan Reynolds to organize a panel on planes/no planes at the WTC and George Nelson on the Pentagon and Shanksville.Another important dimension of our efforts, of course, is explaining why the “official account” that the government has advanced cannot be sustained. Since there can be disagreements even here about what we should or should not emphasize and what has or has not been proven to an extent sufficient to emphasize as a “refutation” of what we have been told, I am also inviting Barrie Zwicker to organize one further panel discussion on “disproofs” of the government’s account, which, although mentioned last, will be scheduled for the opening session. I am planning on having five sessions of 2 1/2 to 3 hours duration.While the program is at its tentative and preliminary stage, I am open to suggestions for possible participants and additional topics. There may be changes in the individuals responsible for some of these panels, but my expectation would be that their focus will remain the same. I anticipate imposing a registration fee of $100 for the week-end long conference, which will include a keynote address on Saturday evening. Anyone who has ideas they would like to share with me is welcome to forward them to me at at their earliest convenience. This conference should provide an opportunity for experts on complex and technical scientific questions to share their research with us all.James H. FetzerFounderScholars for 9/11 Truth

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