Professional Speaking by Crockett Grabbe

Crockett Grabbe (pen name SeaLane Gray) is a dynamic speaker & expert applied physicist, with a PhD from Caltech & 40 years research experience. He has been publicly outspoken that the physical evidence from 9/11/01 shows the World Trade Center Towers collapsed by explosions, such as in his multiple TV and radio interviews from New York, Austin, TX, & Berkeley, CA. He has given invited public addresses on this at New York, St. Louis, Iowa City, IA, Des Moines, IA, Austin, TX, and Dallas, & at physics conferences in St. Louis and Chicago.

Crockett has been profiled in Contemporary Authors, several times in Writer's Directory, repeatedly in Who's Who in Science and Engineering, and even in Who's Who in the World . In addition to audiences in the United States, he has spoken in Canada, England, Germany, Sweden, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, and Israel, with some addresses receiving prominent newspaper and radio coverage. A video in which he speaks on The Emerging SuperGlobe was shown on well over 50 television stations in the United States, Canada, and New Zealand.


"Dr. Crockett Grabbe showed the integrity to report the physical facts he knows and has analyzed, and the ability to make them obvious to the lay public he addressed. Dr. Grabbe...should be heard as widely as possible in every civilized part of the globe."

-- Donald Stahl, St. Louis, MO

"Dr. Crockett Grabbe is a preeminent member in the top science & engineering ranks who couples his skills with the strong ability to communicate these issues in ways that non-scientists can quickly understand. [I am] a psychiatrist in New York City honored by Mayor Blumberg for my work in counseling victims and families in the days & weeks following the tragedy.... The large crowd...gave Dr. Grabbe an enthusiastic, sustained, standing ovation. The organizer...stated his address should be heard throughout the US & much of the world."

-- Ralph Speken, New York, NY

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