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First half-hour: Richard Gage AIA discusses the new 9/11 Debate Challenge from Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth. AE911Truth.org is putting up $1,000 in the faint hope of enticing a credentialed building professional to defend the NIST version of what happened to WTC Building 7 in a public debate. Richard also discusses his recent appearance on C-Span, and the AE911Truth billboard that’s going up in New York’s Times Square – in a direct challenge to the New York Times and its 9/11 cover-up – throughout the month of September. Second half-hour: Howard Ross, former Dean of Letters and Science at…

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