One reason we haven't seen as much of Brian Good these days in the studio is that for the last year he has been been doing more-than-full-time work on a 95-minute documentary production that interviews 50 experts in structural engineering, fire protection, chemistry, physics, psychology, and scientific methodology. It's called "9/11 Explosive Evidence: Experts Speak Out." Brian did animations and scriptwriting and fact-checking that took out some excessive claims. A few assertions remain with which he says he is not totally comfortable, but he beleives these assertions all deserve fair consideration--and the base claims are solid.
The movie is screening in Alameda on Monday July 9, and in San Francisco on July 11. At both of these screenings 4 of the experts will be present: Kamal Obeid, structural engineer; Les Young and Robert McCoy, high-rise architects; and Roland Angle, civil engineer (he used to design blast-proof missile silos). If you want to carpool with Brian, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and she'll put you in touch with Brian.