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A Forensic Analysis of September 11, 2001: Questioning the Official Story

Canadian academics A.K.Dewdney and Graeme MacQueen will be lecturing on the subject of 9/11 at the University of Waterloo. This is a free event organized by the University of Waterloo Debating Society and by Adnan Zuberi and Adam Parrott. Lectures will be followed by refreshments.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008
Humanities Theatre, J.G. Hagey Hall
University of Waterloo
6:30 - 9pm

A.K.Dewdney is a Canadian mathematician, computer scientist, and philosopher who has written a number of books on the future and implications of modern computing. Dewdney holds the position of Professor Emeritus of the University of Western Ontario. Dewdney authored Scientific American's recreational mathematics column from 1984 to 1993. He has developed hypotheses which sharply disagree with the official version of the events surrounding the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Graeme MacQueen is an Associate Professor at the Department of Religious Studies at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. MacQueen helped found McMaster's Centre for Peace Studies, of which he was the director for seven years. MacQueen has co-directed two peace projects in Afghanistan, including the Media and Peace Education in Afghanistan, funded by the Canadian International Development Agency. Graeme has also been active in organizations committed to teaching peace and human rights for many years, exemplified by a Lifetime Acheivement Award granted by the McMaster Student Union.

Event Schedule:
6:30 pm - Moderator - Dr. Richard Borshay Lee
6:35 pm - 1st Spearker - Dr. Graeme MacQueen
7:30 pm - 2nd Speaker - Dr. Alexander Dewdney
8:10 pm - Questions & Answer Session
8:40 pm - Refreshments Served

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