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  1. Dec 2016
    1. 15-years after the attacks on September 11th, the European Scientific Journal, a publication of theEuropean Scientific Institute (ESI), published an article titled “15 Years Later: On the Physics of High-Rise Building Collapses,”

      This is wrong. It's in Europhysics news.

    1. In future, prospective authors will be asked to provide an abstract of the proposed article, as well as an indication of other related publications to allow the editors to better assess the content of the invited articles.

      EPN has introduced come checks and balances in their review process to prevent a future result such as this.

    2. t is shocking that the published article is being used to support conspiracy theories related to the attacks on the WTC buildings. The Editors of EPN do not endorse or support these views.

      EPN does not endorse conspiracy theory views and is shocked by them.

    3. EPN does not have a formal review/rejection policy for invited contributions.

      EPN is not peer-reviewed and does not have a formal acceptance process for articles.

    1. But a new forensic investigation into the collapse of the three World Trade Center towers on 9/11, published in Europhysics News – a highly respected European physics magazine – claims that “the evidence points overwhelmingly to the conclusion that all three buildings were destroyed by controlled demolition.”