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Theodore A. Postol He received his undergraduate degree in physics and his PhD in nuclear engineering from MIT. Postol worked at Argonne National Laboratory, where he studied the microscopic dynamics and structure of liquids and disordered solids using neutron, X-ray and light scattering techniques, along with molecular dynamics simulations . He also worked at the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment, where he studied methods of basing the MX missile, and later worked as a scientific adviser to the Chief of Naval Operations.
Postol has written about the 2013 Ghouta chemical attack, and he has collaborated with Maram Susli (known online as 'Syrian Girl' or 'PartisanGirl') in examining YouTube footage and other sources. Together they believe they found a number of items to be inconsistent with the conventional narrative of the incident. Together with 'Syrian Girl' and Richard Lloyd, Postol argued that the Ghouta chemical attack did not seem to have been launched by the Syrian government.
Postol has also criticized the unclassified intelligence assessment
released by the Trump White House blaming the air forces of Syrian
President Bashar al-Assad for the April 2017 Khan Shaykhun chemical attack.
Based on his own analysis of the photographic evidence, Postol has
argued that the chemical attack was not an air raid, but conducted from
the ground using a multiple rocket launcher, most probably a 122mm artillery rocket tube filled with a chemical agent and detonated by an explosive charge laid on top of it.[