Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth

Richard Gage, AIA, is the founder of AE911Truth.

AE911Truth Website url:

Paper: 15 Years Later: On The Physics of Highrise Building Collapses (pdf)


Check Out The September 10-11 2016 Event In New York City > Here <

Here is the video trailer for the event.


Editor’s Note: I am leaving the following link to Richard Gage’s northwest tour even though it’s done and over, because it’s good to see examples of the work Richard has been doing through the years.

Pacific Northwest AE911Truth Premiere Tour!

Firefighters Architects & Engineers Expose 911 Myths

Thirteen Cities in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana!

Click here for all details.


Come Meet Richard Gage At The Red Pill Expo!


Editing this video into this page on April 11 2017. Here we have one of my favorite TMMers, Richard Gage of Architects And Engineers For 9/11 Truth, appearing with James Corbett and joined also by famous NSA whistleblower William Binney. This one is red hot! Enjoy….

The Hagmann & Hagmann Report Hosts Richard Gage in March 2017

In August of 2014 the C-SPAN interview with Richard Gage rocketed to C-SPAN’s all-time Top Ten most-viewed videos.

Ed Asner does an excellent job narrating this brief investigation of Building 7 at the World Trade Center —


Editing this in on January 18 2016: Richard Gage is on the move, as almost always. Here is the latest communication we’ve received:

On the heels of our recent successes of our film tours in the southwest and the northeast…We are putting together a Pacific Northwest tour for the screening of our latest film “firefighters architects engineers: expose 9/11 myths”!  The Southeast tour is coming up in late April.
Northwest tour will be the first and second week of April –  in Seattle on April 1, Portland on April 2, Eugene on April 4, Spokane on Wednesday or Thursday April 6 or 7, Coeur d’ Alene on Friday April 8, and in Sandpoint on Saturday, April 9.
We would like to add Missoula and Kalispell, then also proceed to Bozeman in Livingston  – allowing one evening in each town.
Here’s a trailer for the film:

Here’s the one hour version of the 90 minute film that we will be showing: