Dec 12, 2014 Interesting fact about the author of the Harbinger book and the structural engineer that invented the design used in the twin towers
I am a structural engineer by profession and today while reading the book the Mystery of the Shemitah by Jonathan Cahn a very interesting thought came to my mind about the twin towers structures.
It is almost beyond unbelievable that the engineer who designed and developed the tubular system for high rise building structures was a man named Fazlur Khan.
The identical pronunciation and almost equal letters, one a Jew and the other a Bangladesh born is one for the twilight books.
By the way I watched the collapse of the first and second towers live that day and the minute I saw the collapse of the first tower my conclusion was that we were witnessing a classic case of progressive collapse.
This type of building collapse was first noticed on the Ronald Point building in England when a corner apartment in one of the upper floors blew up on a gas explosion and the corner apartments of the building from the top to the bottom collapsed. The firm involved was a Danish firm called Larsen and Nielsen.