reply to post by bsbray11
"I'm thinking that as awareness of this organization spreads, so will its membership. "
I hope so.
My name has been on that list for the past three years.
I'm licensed to practice architecture in six states and eligible for registration in 20 more.
In thirty years of creating architecture and managing building construction, one thing I know for certain is this:
In my experience, the issues of health, safetey and welfare of building occupants is the foremost matter of concern. Regardless of the circumstances,
historically, in every case of building failure, the professional building community; the architects, engineers, building code organizations and
emergency response teams had spared no effort in determining the cause, documenting the event step by step, and putting into place exhaustive measures
to insure a repeat event would never happen again.... that is, until the failure of WTC7.
That one fell through the cracks of the process, and nothing about that failure is logically explained. The official reports are sorely lacking in
I'm not going to debate the events surrounding the towers. As much as I have my doubts, watching a plane hit one while the other was burning from
being hit is enough for me to set those doubts aside for the moment. I cannot argue the obvious. I do, however, believe there are unusual
circumstances and inadequate explanations for some issues surrounding their failures. The Pentagon failure presents still more unanswered questions
and I refuse to accept the official stories until I witness all camera recordings that have since become classified evidence.
For the writer who wondered what might happen to those on the roster... I can only say this: The construction industry and building professionals in
particular have been hit very, very hard by this economic catastrophe that we all are suffering through. Almost everyone I know from my profession is
out of a job with nothing on the horizon anytime soon. Many of us may never practice again - it looks more every day like I won't, and after two and
a half years I have come to reluctantly accept that as fact...
I don't draw corollary to these events other than to say that many of us presently have very severe matters to worry about in our immediate lives.
Doing so is pointless.
For the writer who stated that nobody will ever be held accountable, and for the one who said that there is complicity within the media that should
foster distrust, sadly, I agree with you.
Maybe... hopefully, there will be an epiphany.
Deceit is evil, nothing more need be said.
Two thousand, nine-hundred seventy-seven people should not have died in such a manner for any agenda.
I pray justice for them.