Michael Fullerton, founder of Vernon 9/11 Truth, is offering a $10,000 reward to the first person anywhere in the world who can show that the official NIST theory of the WTC Building 7 collapse is a more scientific theory than the controlled demolition theory. Until further notice, a Canadian resident can receive a $25,000 reward for submitting the first valid entry.
Applicants must explain precisely, using sound scientific terminology, how the official theory of the WTC 7 collapse, as supported by NIST (The National Institute of Standards and Technology), better conforms to basic principles of science than the controlled demolition theory. All explanations must be backed up with valid scientific evidence.
An article explaining the glaring scientific problems of the official NIST theory in detail can be read here: A Scientific Theory of the WTC 7 Collapse.
Answers can be submitted to email@example.com and will be published on the www.vernon911truth.org site. Any others wishing to also offer pledges of money to sweeten the pot are more than welcome to.
Here you will find the details of NIST’s faith-based pseudo-science theory: NIST NCSTAR 1A
So far the challenge was sent to the science departments at the following most prestigious Canadian Universities: McGill University, University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, University of Alberta, Queens University, University of Waterloo, McMaster University,University of Calgary, University of Western Ontario, Simon Fraser University, Dalhousie University, University of Ottawa,University of Victoria, York University, Carleton University, University of Manitoba and Concordia University.
The challenge has also been sent to the science departments at the following prestigious Universities: Harvard, MIT, Yale, Oxford, Stanford, Columbia, Cornell and Princeton.
None since March 2011.
Q1. I heard this challenge is a fraud because the money will never be paid out. Is that true?
A. No it’s all a complete lie. This challenge represents a binding legal contract. If a valid submission is rejected or the funds are found not to be there on acceptance, this would constitute fraud which is legally actionable. You would be able to sue for the reward money and your legal costs. The challenge is basically equivalent to someone offering a reward for a lost pet. What kind of people would go around harassing bereaved pet owners by calling them frauds? It just goes to show that you can’t trust malicious gossip.
Q2. I heard this challenge is a fraud because it is unwinnable. Is this true?
A. If this challenge is unwinnable that means the official story of 9/11 is a fraud. Think about it. If you believe in the official story you should be able to get this money. If you can’t come up with a valid submission, how can you believe in something you cannot in any way rationally defend? Why do you unquestioningly believe what authorities tell you to believe without figuring things out for yourself? Are you a courageous rational autonomous human being or just a frightened slab of livestock that authorities control and manipulate at their whim?
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