Purdue Creates Scientifically Based Animation of 9/11 Attack

Although most Americans believe they know what brought down the World Trade Center twin towers on Sept. 11, 2001, civil engineers are still seeking answers to questions that could save lives in the future. Structural engineers need to know from a scientific perspective what happened to the buildings during the terrorist attacks in order to prevent future failures. The search for answers continues with the help of a state-of-the-art animated visualization created by researchers at Purdue University.

Christoph Hoffmann, a professor of computer science and director of Purdue’s Rosen Center for Advanced Computing, a division of Information Technology at Purdue, says the animation reveals more information than could be conveyed through a scientific simulation alone.

See the animation here.

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2 Responses to Purdue Creates Scientifically Based Animation of 9/11 Attack

  1. Shawn Wilson says:

    There’s so much I could say about this, but I don’t want to get into a huge debate on your page man. Just know that I totally don’t buy the official story of how the towers could have fallen at free fall speed (meaning nothing was restricting their fall). I think that there is some sort of cover-up but I won’t get into it here.

    Take care friend.

  2. Cowboys Homer says:

    Give me a break. Not every thing is a cover-up.

    Pssst……. They’re right behind you.

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