1600+ architectural and engineering professionals demand answers
(Oct 2009) Richard arrived in Halifax on a beautiful Friday afternoon. He met with Dalhousie University's architecture and engineering faculty, and dropped off information kits to many others. Richard then did a television interview with Nick from the King's College journalism program "The Fax".
Friday evening we went downtown for some fresh Atlantic Seafood. This was his first time at the Atlantic Ocean!
On Saturday morning, Mr.Gage and the crew visited the Halifax Farmers Market, handing out free DVDs and providing information about the event. The response at the market was very positive.
The main event began in the afternoon. This was Halifax's first conference on this important subject. The energy was good, with over 170 people in attendance. During the event we conducted a poll, by way of show of hands. Here are the results:
Believers in the 'official story', went from 7 people before, to none after.
Those 'not sure' fell from 53 before to 6 after.
After the presentation, a total of 165 people agreed with the analysis, nearly every hand in the room.
Thats about a 97% success rate.
The enthusiasm carried onto Saturday evening for a potluck to talk about our experiences with 9/11 truth and how to get involved. About 20 people came, and this has swollen the ranks of the Halifax 9/11 truth community.
Thank you all!
!!1500+ architectural and engineering professionals!!