I will gradually add links to websites which provide good information about 9/11.
A new group is forming which will be called Scientists for 9/11 Truth. Its mission will be similar to that of Scholars for 9/11 Truth and Justice but it is hoped that a large membership of scientists will add weight to the existing calls for a new investigation. Expect more news on this shortly.
One of the most useful sites for reliable information is the Journal of 9/11 Studies. This journal presents papers and letters. The papers are all subject to peer review before publication. The letters in some cases are controversial, in which case they are presented at the same time as letters which provide counter arguments. Click to view.
An early site which focused only on well established evidence was Scholars for 9/11 Truth and Justice. It links to many good papers and also provides information about events which have occurred and are planned.
A complaint sometimes aimed at presenters of information about 9/11 is that they cannot be taken seriously if they are not engineers. I of course argue that some of the evidence is best studied by physicists and chemists and other specialists, and some is so simple that anyone can understand it, once they have seen it. There is however a website run by the group Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth which should answer this complaint in a direct manner. Their numbers are growing and now exceed 1600.
An immense amount of information has been collected over the years by Jim Hoffman. His site, 9-11 Research, provides both detailed discussion and numerous links to essays and other related sites. It is a great place for the investigator to search for facts, quotes and arguments.
Another good source of information about 9/11, with frequent addition of new articles, is 911Truth.org.
A recent important addition to the list of 9/11 web sites has been created by fire fighters. These people are not only familiar with the results of fires, including both accidental and deliberate fires, but are also familiar with the normal and legally required steps to be taken to investigate fires. They state that the required investigation of debris for signs of arson was not carried out.
Several other sites have been created recently by people with specific expertise and concern for scientific and moral principles. They are listed below: