Even though I was an eyewitness to the events of September 11th 2001, I took little notice of it until 2005, when I was helping my daughter with her Physics homework. The problem required the use of a formula to calculate how long items to fall from a known height, so I set her the task of figuring out how long it would take a bowling ball, dropped from the top of the World Trade Center Towers, to hit the floor. We did the calculation and it worked out about 10 seconds, and that sparked a memory which led me to watch the 9/11 footage again, and that's when I realised that the official story could not be true because there is no natural way for a building to fall at freefall speed.
At first I thought I was the only one who knew this, but after some research on the internet, I found that there were many others who had found inconsistancies in the story. It was this event that launched me into 12 years of frenetic research into many topics.