A third of the world watched live as the World Trade Center collapsed on September 11, 2001; a third more heard about it within 24 hours. (Do you remember where you were?) So exhibits at the soon-to-open 9/11 Memorial Museum will reflect the diversity of the world’s experiences of that day. In a moving talk, designer Jake Barton gives a peek at some of those installations, as well as several other projects that aim to make the observer an active participant in the exhibit.

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Astral Marmot

May 14, 2020

StoryCorps was one of the coolest projects I'd ever heard of; I really wish I could have been a part of it. This video deserves way more views. In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, I'm thinking about how my non-profit organization can set up something similar to allow people to tell their stories from their homes, and to make those available to others. If the creators of this video see this comment, I would love to connect further. And either way, you have done a real service to this world and, as you said, a powerful act of love. Thank you.

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Jake McMullen

May 14, 2020

AP Lang be like

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EV SOE

May 14, 2020

The idea is brilliant and the voice of many people in the room totally wonderful! Outstanding 🙂

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starprincess1000000

May 14, 2020

I don't think that I could ever go to this museum because just listening to the mock-ups made me cry.

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Haefftfreak

May 14, 2020

Thank you for thanking.

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TheaDragonSpirit

May 14, 2020

This sounds like building something to justify the fact that they bombed themselves and blamed it on someone else. They will have the economic reasons and the view point that they did it to bring people together. In which I say feck you! This is a terrible way to bring people together it's short term and people help people all the time with out needing to be bombed to recognize it. I find this sad. I think the real people who did this bombing of the towers should be ashamed!

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changeisnowpeople

May 14, 2020

I dont know many truths and I am convinced media is to control what we know and control what we persive… I was a kid when 9/11 happened… I thought n still think.. what courage and anger they had to do this…. why they attacked?

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itscrazytrevor

May 14, 2020

It's incredible how technology can evoke emotion! I love the interactive museum but I fear the censorship in the 9/11 museum! I highly doubt they will present the truth instead of just pushing the party line of disinfo propaganda! I best part off 9/11 was there was no gun violence that day and for me besides seeing a life's history of prophecy being fulfilled was I watch two swans fornicating in the river! It was also great to give the sky a break from chemtrails and jet planes!

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Ailidhalys1

May 14, 2020

What wonderful projects, amazing use of technology, design and content to creat a more meaningful experience and bring us closer to the most intimate strings of human nature and soul.

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Rücklicht

May 14, 2020

Thank you for this posting

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Vladimir Zulevic

May 14, 2020

people dont want to hear the truth, its complicated, makes them feel dumb when they dont understand it and its just so much easier to repeat talking points (be they of any persuasion). your comments are all good, without turning into ad hominem, good to see not ALL comments on youtube are braindead fuckups. dont let the haters get to you

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chas ames

May 14, 2020

How is this guy not more excited about his presentation?

This is that rare trifecta of Technology, Education AND Design. This is an awesome and inspiring project.

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Leonidas GGG

May 14, 2020

Interesting and different.

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Philip

May 14, 2020

Yeah exactly. None of those things really are specific to a Christian/Muslim conflict. He didn't hate "America's way of life," like many Americans say over and over and it nauseates me. He hated America because the US government used the military against his own people. If the US had just stayed out of the Middle East, 9/11 would have never happened.

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Philip

May 14, 2020

American's NEED to see the damage that their military intervention has caused in the Middle East, otherwise this will happen over and over again. I knew people that died in the World Trade Center on 9/11, so don't think it doesn't hit close to home for me too. That is why I am enfuriated that the US government used 9/11 as an excuse to garner American support for their heinous actions in the Middle East, and why anyone who was affected by the attacks should be furious they were used for this.

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Philip

May 14, 2020

Tell that to all of the innocent families holding their dead children from drone strikes in the Middle East. Would you tell them to their face to quit their crying?

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Philip

May 14, 2020

I disagree, this is exactly where it needs to be brought up. Too many Americans have a twisted view that the lives lost on 9/11 are a justification for the military action taken in the Middle East, and that is not an acceptable position for a country that claims to stand for "justice."

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Philip

May 14, 2020

Tell me exactly how all of those issues are solved by US military action? The US has been in the Middle East for decades now, and have those things gotten any better? Saddam Hussein's gassing of the Kurds was facilitated by the CIA who knew he had chemical weapons, but wanted him to use them on Iranian troops which he did, so they were complicit in Hussein's ownership and use of these weapons. It was only after he invaded Kuwait which is our oil buddy that we intervened. Go back to sleep.

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OpenThreads

May 14, 2020

So, you're a hate America firster. How about a museum exhibit for the millions of women beheaded, stoned, imprisoned, persecuted by the Taliban in Afghanistan? How about a museum for the for the millions gassed, tortured and killed by Hussein in Iraq? How about a museum about asses like you?

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Michael Anderson

May 14, 2020

fuckin wah dude quit your crying

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localhazard

May 14, 2020

I know you have a point, it is a point that needs to be addressed, but this is not the place for it Philip. I really do respect you bringing up the deaths that this event has brought about, yet there needs to be a place for the innocent people that died in this horrific event. Hopefully in the future there is a museum for the hundreds of thousands that have died. In the mean time let this very poignant talk represent the sadness and impact 9/11 had on individuals both there and around the world.

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hatzynz

May 14, 2020

I was just asking if they were being sarcasitic or not I do not want to get into this debate on weather this is moral or not its going to hurt people but it may educate others so you need to step back from the high ground and look at the bigger picture also think about what you are doing if you are arguing over the internet

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May 14, 2020

why? I feel like this would be a good idea for closure so they CAN move on. Who cares about how long ago this happened. These People Need Closer TO Move On.

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May 14, 2020

Stop. You sound extremely ignorent and rude. Why would you write something so harsh on a video like this. I'm sure if something like this happened in your country I'd feel heart broken as well. I don't know, maybe it's because I'm a caring person.

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May 14, 2020

Wouldn't you put that museum in those countries. Please don't say stuff like this on a video like this. This is for 9/11 victims, I can't fathom how many people died over there and if you're bitter I apologize for that but please PLEASE not here. People have family members who died as a result of terrisiom I know you probably feel strongly about those people but this is for the AMERICANS that died, not the middle easterners that died. Go on a video about them to say something like that.

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MKR178

May 14, 2020

I have no problem with Americans being so obsessed with such a painful event, and even treating it as a sort of disaster porn. But questions like "how did 9/11 change the world?" and assuming that people worldwide had important and painful reactions to the event is US-centric to say the least. 9/11 wasn't an attack on humanity, or the world. Most of the planet was unaffected. 9/11 was a targeted attack on the US. And I don't want this dude to assume it was an attack on me, because it wasn't.

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