October 13, 2010

BYU Science Lab Discovers Important 9/11 Truths

Jeffrey Farrer
Dr. Jeffrey Farrer of the Physics Department at Brigham Young University is listed as second author (after Niels Harrit) on a formally published scientific study in the peer-reviewed Open Chemical Physics Journal: “Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe” by Niels H. Harrit, Jeffrey Farrer, Steven E. Jones, Kevin R. Ryan, Frank M. Legge, Daniel Farnsworth, Gregg Roberts, James R. Gourley and Bradley R. Larsen.

Dr. Farrer is featured in the Spring 2005 issue of BYU Frontiers magazine, page 11: “Dr. Jeffrey Farrer, lab director for TEM” (Transmission Electron Microscopy). The article notes: “The electron microscopes in the TEM lab combine to give BYU capabilities that are virtually unique… rivaling anything built worldwide.” The article is entitled: “Rare and Powerful Microscopes Unlock Nano Secrets,” which is certainly true as regards the discoveries of the published paper. Kudos to BYU for permitting Drs. Farrer and Steven Jones and physics student Daniel Farnsworth to do much of the research described in the paper and for conducting internal reviews of the above paper. After internal peer review of the paper, BYU administrators approved publication with Dr. Farrer’s name and BYU affiliation listed and we congratulate BYU for this. Dr. Farrer re-confirms and explains the careful scientific research represented in this seminal paper in an interview in July 2010 conducted with Richard Gage of AE911Truth.org, presented here. This video represents Jeff Farrer's first publicly-released statements regarding his scientific probing of questions about what really happened on 9/11/2001.