Steven E. Jones

Founding Member

Present or Most Recent Position: Professor Emeritus, Brigham Young University

Fields: Physics

Degrees and Schools: Ph.D., Physics, Vanderbilt University 1978; B.Sc., Physics, Brigham Young University 1973

Statement on 9/11: “None of the government-funded studies have provided serious analyses of the explosive demolition hypothesis at all. Until [these] steps are taken, the case for accusing ill-trained Muslims of causing all the destruction on 9/112001 is far from compelling. It just does not add up. And that fact should be of great concern to Americans. Clearly, we must find out what really caused the WTC skyscrapers to collapse as they did. The implications of what happened on 9/11 clearly supersede partisan politics. ”

Additional Information: “I was formerly Senior Engineering Specialist at the Idaho National laboratory (1979-85), and Principal Investigator for experimental muon-catalyzed fusion in the U.S. Department of Energy (1982-91). I taught Physics at Brigham Young University for more than 20 years.”

Papers: Experiments to test NIST “orange glow” hypothesis…

Videos: 9/11 Symposium 11/03/07

See also numerous Papers and Videos on this site and at the Journal of 9/11 Studies.