10 August, 2008

Tower Pulverization -- need more proof that 911 was an inside job?

North Tower Pulverization

North Tower Pulverization
The top is already gone - what is pressing down on this massive building?

South Tower Pulverization

South Tower Pulverization
Stop calling this a "collapse"

Government scientists' "Foot of God" hypothesis

Firefighters reach 78th floor of South Tower

Jeff King explains the explosions of the Twin Towers

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On the afternoon of 9/11/01 the "rubble pile" left from WTC1 is essentially non-existent.

WTC7 can be seen in the distance, revealing the photo was taken before 5:20 PM that day.

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PATH train (7th subbasement) was not crushed:
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Photo/Caption source: New York Times - February 22, 2002:
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"The basement: By February, well ahead of schedule, workers had dug out the rubble down to the very bottom of the site, the PATH train station on the lowest level of the World Trade Center complex, 7 floors down" NYTimes

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The material did not spread out over the surrounding area:

Mostly unburned paper mixes with the top half of the Twin Towers. As seen a block away, a large portion of the towers remains suspended in air. This dust looks deeper than one inch. Most of the curb looks filled in.
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WTC 4: Clean vertical cut on the north wing.
Building material on other side of cut "missing"

Original High Resolution: http://s18.photobucket.com/albums/b108/jan...RG/Image194.jpg
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Yellow box below locates north wing of WTC 4. As can be seen, the wing was “cut” in line with the north face of WTC 2:

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WTC 5 / WTC 6: Round Cylindrical Holes. Building material "missing".
Mid-section of WTC 6 "missing"

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What Toasted These Cars?

See here for much more: http://www.drjudywood.com/articles/DEW/StarWarsBeam5.html

Cars along FDR drive were randomly toasted. These cars are at least 1/2 mile away from the WTC.
Note the waviness of the tire tracks. What happened?

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Did one car run under the other during the event or were they stacked after the event?
The marks in the pavement suggest they were pushed to the side of the road.

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What was this thing across the street? Was it a car? Was it a van?
What caused that line of burn marks on the hood of the car in the foreground on the right?
In the left foreground, the remains of a vehicle sit atop a white sedan.
Are we looking at the front or the back end?
It looks like the front end and if it is, its engine is missing.
We can see daylight through the wheel well.

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Why would the front of this fire truck wilt?

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The front half of car 2723 is toasted, but check out the new wax job on the back.
Notice the missing front door handle and the untouched back door handle.
Plastic red light on top survived.

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Does This Look Like a "Collapse"?

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"Flight 175"

Jeff King on crash physics

OK, so you believe this is crap. You are in great company. The people who CREATE REALITY, however, are not your friends!

crass t-shirt green design horror fantasy comicalReality-based community is a popular term among liberal political commentators in the United States. In the fall of 2004, the phrase "proud member of the reality-based community," was first used to suggest the commentator's opinions are based more on observation than faith, assumption, or ideology and that others who disagree are unrealistic. The term has been defined as people who "believe that solutions emerge from [their] judicious study of discernible reality." Some commentators have gone as far as to suggest that there is an overarching conflict in society between the reality-based community and the "faith-based community" as a whole. It can be seen as an example of political framing.

The source of the term is a quotation in an October 17, 2004, New York Times Magazine article by writer Ron Suskind, quoting an unnamed aide to George W. Bush:

The aide said that guys like me were "in what we call the reality-based community," which he defined as people who "believe that solutions emerge from your judicious study of discernible reality." ... "That's not the way the world really works anymore," he continued. "We're an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you're studying that reality—judiciously, as you will—we'll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that's how things will sort out. We're history's actors…and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do."[1

Commentators who use this term generally oppose President Bush's policies and by using this term imply that Bush's policies are out of touch with reality. Others use the term to draw a contrast with the perceived arrogance of the Bush Administration's unilateral policies, in accordance with the aide's quote. Its popularity has prompted conservative commentators to use the term ironically, to accuse the left-leaning "reality-based community" of ignoring reality.


Evolution? Revolution! Darwin? Chomsky!


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