RONALD HAMBURGER

RONALD HAMBURGER

RONALD HAMBURGER

Ronald Hamburger — structural engineer and Senior Principal at Simpson Gumpertz and Heger consulting engineers in San Francisco; was a principal author of FEMA’s initial report on the collapse of the twin towers; later a key participant in the flawed NIST report on why the WTC buildings collapsed. — structural engineer and Senior Principal at Simpson Gumpertz and Heger consulting engineers in San Francisco; was a principal author of FEMA’s initial report on the collapse of the twin towers; later a key participant in the flawed NIST report on why the WTC buildings collapsed.

62) Ronald Hamburger

62) Ronald Hamburger

Sources:

The Pile Driver
Ronald Hamburger, proponent of pile driver theory
http://911review.com/coverup/fantasy/piledriver.html
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The “Huge Bullet Hole” in the South Tower and Analysis of Missile Evidence.
http://www.bollyn.com/new-year-letter-for-911-truth
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Structural Engineer Describes What Went Wrong Inside The World Trade Center On Sept. 11
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2001/12/011204072931.htm
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File:911 – FEMA – WTC impacts (graphic).png

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Notable Retractions
http://911research.wtc7.net/disinfo/retractions/index.html#hamburger

“It appeared to me that charges had been placed in the building,” said Mr. Hamburger, chief structural engineer for ABS Consulting in Oakland, Calif. Upon learning that no bombs had been detonated, “I was very surprised,” said Mr. Hamburger. The buildings “certainly did not do as well as I would have hoped.” 3
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The Pile-Driver Theory
http://911research.wtc7.net/disinfo/collapse/piledriver.html
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