The list of the society's full members Michael M. Andregg (FM)
Domestic intelligence, Justice and Peace Studies, St. Thomas University, St. Paul, MN

Mark Bamberger, Ph.D. (FM)

Professor of Geology and Environmental Sciences, Miami University and Capital University

Kevin Barrett (FM)

Folklore, UW-Madison; Director, Khidria, Inc.; Founding Member, Muslim-Jewish-Christian Alliance for 9/11 Truth,

Philip J. Berg, Esq. (FM)

Attorney at Law, Former Deputy Attorney General, former candidate for Governor, Lt. Governor, and U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania, whose website,, covers the RICO lawsuit that is pending against Bush, Cheney and 53 other Defendantsin Federal Court, Southern District of New York

Joshua Blakeney (FM)

             9/11 Researcher
             9/11 Acitivist

Tracy Blevins (FM)

Bioengineering, Rice University

Robert M. Bowman (FM)

Former Director of the U.S. "Star Wars" Space Defense Programin both Republican and Democratic administrations, and a former Air ForceLieutenant Colonel with 101 combat missions

Robert S. Boyer (FM)

Philosophy; Mathematics; Computer Science; University of Texas,Austin

Clare Brandabur (FM)

Assistant Professor of English Literature at Dogus University in Istanbul

Joseph G. Buchman, Ph.D. (FM)

Associate Professor of Marketing, Adams State College

Andreas von Buelow (FM)

Former assistant German defense minister, director of the GermanSecret Service, minister for research and technology, and member of Parliamentfor 25 years

Don Bustion (FM)

Attorney, Adjunct Professor, Southern Arkansas University

John Bylsma (FM)

French language and culture

William A. Cook (FM)

Professor of English, University of La Verne, Author of "Tracking Deception: Bush Mid-East Policy"

Richard Curtis (FM) 

Dr. Curtis is an Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at several Seattle area colleges.

Elias Davidsson (FM)

             9/11 investigator
             Human Rights Activist
             International Affairs
             Public International Law

Joseph Diaferia (FM)

Political Science and History, State University and City University,New York

Albert Dragstedt (FM)

Classics and Philosophy, St. Mary's College, Oakland, CA

Mike Earl-Taylor (FM)

Criminal Profiling, Investigative and Forensic Psychology,Rhodes University, South Africa

Ted Elden (FM)

Architect, Communicator

Constance Eichenlaub (FM)

Classical Languages
Comparative Literature

James H. Fetzer (FM)

Distinguished McKnight University Professor of Philosophy at the University of Minnesota, Duluth, a former Marine Corps officer, author or editor of more than 20 books, and founder of Scholars for 9/11 Truth

Marcus Ford (FM)

Humanities, NAU

Ruth Frankenberg (FM)

American Studies, Cultural Studies, Author of four books

Paul D. Haemig, Ph.D. (FM)

Department of Biology and Environment, Kalmar University, Sweden

Bill Hammel (FM)

Ph.D. Physics at U. Wisconsin, Milwaukee (ret.)

Bruce R. Henry (FM)

Mathematics, Worcester State College

James Hill (FM)

Intellectual property attorney, Radiology, USC School of Medicine

Joel S. Hirschhorn (FM)

            Metallurgical Engineering
            Materials Engineering
            Environmental Education
            Political Analysis
            Public Policy

Jim Hogue (FM)

MS Theatre, Taught at Community College of Vermont

Robert G. Horn (FM)

Former full-time faculty Department of Pathology, at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Charles Hux (FM)

Associate Professor, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Mehmet Inan (FM)

             Industrial Engineering

Don "Four Arrows" Jacobs (FM)

Former Dean of Education, Oglala Lakota College and currently professor of educational leadership at Fielding Graduate University and at Northern Arizona University

Aaron Jones (FM)

Computer Engineering at The University of Illinois - Chicago

Stephen F. LeRoy (FM)

Professor of Economics, University of California, Santa Barbara

Davidson Loehr (FM)

Theology; Philosophy of science; Philosophy of religion

Catherine Lowther  (FM)

Goddard College

Jim Marrs (FM)

Author, Researcher, 9/11, JFK, more

Richard McGinn (FM)

Associate Professor Emeritus of Linguistics and Southeast AsianStudies, Ohio University. Former chair of Linguistics (10 years) and Directorof Southeast Asian Studies (4 years) at Ohio University

John McMurtry, Ph.D.  (FM)

Professor of Philosophy, University Professor Emeritus Elect,University of Guelph, Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, and the authorof six books dealing with public policy issues

Scott Meredith (FM)

Oriental languages; Theoretical linguistics; Computationallinguistics

Robert Merrill (FM)

Literature and Humanities; Maryland Institute College of Art;Editor, Maisonneuve Press

Donald C. Meserlian (FM)

              Forensic engineering
              Mechanical engineering
              Citizens' Commission Report on 9/11

Ted Micceri (FM)

Statistical Research, Planning and Analysis, University ofSouth Florida

Raymond Munro (FM)

Professor of Theatre, Clark University

Richard C. Murray (FM)

Sociology, George Williams College, Downers Grove, Illinois

Jesus Nieto (FM)

College of Education, San Diego State University

Daniel Orr (FM)

Professor Emeritus, Department of Economics, University ofIllinois

Matthew Orr (FM)

Population Biology, Evolution and Ecology, University of Oregon"Is the War on Terror Fraudulent?"

John Pepper (FM)

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona
Dale Allen Pfeiffer (FM)

              Science Journalist

Joseph M. Phelps (FM)

MS, PE. Structural Dynamicist (ret.), Charter Member, Structural Engineering Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers

Jean-Pierre Petit (FM)

Aeronautics, astrophysics, engineering

Diana Ralph (FM)

Associate Professor Carleton University School of Social Work.Author of Work and Madness: The Rise of Community Psychiatry

Joseph Raso (FM)

Political Science, Comparative and International Politics,State-sponsored terrorism,

Morgan Reynolds (FM)

Professor of Economics Emeritus, Texas A&M University; former Chief Economist,
Department of Labor, Bush Administration; Director of the Criminal Justice
Center and Senior Fellow at the National Center for Policy Analysis, Dallas

Gera Rosy (FM)

Sociology, taught at University of Texas at El Paso and Metropolitan State College in Denver

Christian Schladetsch (FM)

Computer scientist, simulation systems; Lectured at Univ of Queensland

James G. Smart, Ph.D. (FM)

U. S. History Asst. Prof., University of Chattanooga, TN then Assoc Prof, Professor, Keene State College, Keene, NH (now Prof. emeritus)

Kenneth Sowden (FM)

Mathematics, West Hills Community College

David Sprintzen (FM)

Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Long Island Progressive Coalition, Citizen Action of New York

Morgan Stack (FM)

Accounting, Finance & Information Systems, University College Cork (UCC), Ireland. Co-founder of the Irish 9/11 Truth Movement

Robert J. Stern (FM)

Associate Prof. of Mathematics, Pellissippi State Technical Community College

Webster Griffin Tarpley (FM)

President, Washington Grove Institute Government-sponsoredterror, Author, "9/11 Synthetic Terror"

Martin Walter (FM)

Professor, Mathematics, University of Colorado at Boulder

Richard Welser (FM)

Psychology, Neuropsychology, Philosophy of Science

Grant Williams (FM)

Commercial construction with emphasis on seismic and structural engineering

Gerhard Wisnewski (FM)

Political scientist; Author of "Das RAF-Phantom", "Operation 9/11", "Aktenzeichen 11.9. ungeloest" (Case 9/11 Unsolved), "Mythos 9/11" and (forthcoming), "Verschlusssache Terror" (The secret files of terror)

William Woodward (FM)

Psychology, Political Psychology, University of New Hampshire
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