Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Approaching the Puzzling Destruction of WTC 7 a presentation by Dwain Deets

This past Sunday, August 14th, Dwain Deets gave the following presentation to the San Diegans for 9/11 Truth.  Here is the brief description of the event:
World Trade Center 7 has received considerable attention by the 9/11 Truth community, including a David Ray Griffin book The Mysterious Collapse of World Trade Center 7 and two New York City TV advertising campaigns. However, there are puzzling items of evidence that have not been mentioned by most “Mainstream 9/11 Truth” spokespeople.

Former NASA engineering executive Dwain Deets will approach the problem in an all-inclusive manner. All serious hypotheses by independent 9/11 investigators will be included in this assessment. These include a range from somewhat conventional controlled demolition approaches, to directed energy and nuclear devices. Further, the possibility of multiple methods being deployed simultaneously will be addressed.
And here is a brief background on Mr. Deets:
Mr. Dwain A. Deets... [is the former] Director, Aerospace Projects Office at the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, CA, Center Director Kenneth J. Szalai announced recently.

Before this appointment, Deets became Director, Research Engineering Division in March 1994 and served as acting division chief from 1990 to 1994. In that position, he directed the research and engineering aspects of the flight research programs at Dryden.

Deets has had several special assignments since September 1994 that took him away temporarily from the Research Engineering Division responsibilities. He led the preparation of the Dryden response to the NASA Federal Laboratory Review. He was Chairman of the NASA Non-Advocate Review of the Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) program in 1995, and will again serve in the capacity for the 1996 review. Among the programs Deets has been associated with at Dryden during his NASA career are the F-8 Digital Fly-By-Wire aircraft, the X-29 Forward Swept Wing technology demonstrator aircraft, the F-16 Advanced Fighter Technology Integration (AFTI) aircraft and the Highly Maneuverable Aircraft Technology (HiMAT) aircraft.

In 1986 Deets completed a special assignment at NASA Headquarters, Washington, D.C., where he led an effort to define the needs for flight research and flight testing within NASA. He then headed development of a flight research strategy for what was then NASA's Office of Aeronautics and Space Technology, now called the Office of Aeronautics. This effort led to a major increase in emphasis on flight research by NASA.

In 1986 Deets received the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Wright Brothers Lectureship in Aeronautics Award. Among his other awards are the NASA Exceptional Service Award, presented in 1988. He was included in "Who's Who in America" for 1990-91 and "Who's Who in Science and Engineering" from 1993 to the present.

He was the 1988-90 chairman of the Aerospace Control and Guidance Systems Committee of the Society of Automotive Engineers. He has also been a member of the AIAA technical committee on Society and Aerospace Technology from 1990 to 1995.

He is a 1961 graduate of Occidental College, Los Angeles. He earned a master of science degree in physics from San Diego State College in 1962 and then a master of science degree in engineering, as part of the Engineering Executive Program, at UCLA in 1978.
Enjoy.  This is the first video I've ever recorded, and it turned out pretty good!  I will be conducting an interview with Mr. Deets in the near future, and it will be uploaded shortly thereafter.  Stay tuned.

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