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Computer animated collapse

Does this give anyone any ideas? http://www.dump.com/2010/12/11/bullet-physics-engine-simulates-the-creation-and-destruction-of-keva-planks-video/

The area under the impact seems incredibly resistant to collapse, unlike WTC 1 & 2 ; (would've liked to see the ball hit higher up)

Someone contact these guys and get them to do a simulation of the WTC'ers!

Star Wars Troofer

Nice writing in this collegehumor.com satire about Star Wars stormtroopers discussing their version of 911. Suggests cognitive dissonance and mind control. An intelligent and funny scene. Would embed the video if knew how, but here's the link: http://www.collegehumor.com/video:1920944

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to Air Truth Documentary

Documentary on CBC television Sunday night.

Details here:

http://www.cbc.ca/sunday/2006/09/091006_1.html

Please investigate and contact CBC as appropriate.

Wikipedia Wars

Very shortly after posting an entry in Wikipaedia on "Debunking 9/11 Debunking" it was tagged for speedy deletion as blatant adversting, despite being modelled after a pre-existing page about the book "Debunking 9/11 Myths"

I've appealed the deletion of "D 9/11 D" citing its importance in the debate and that it is modelled after a pre-existing Wiki page...

In a fit of vengeance, I then went and tagged "Debunking 9/11 Myths" for deletion on the same basis.

Loose Change and other wiki articles reference the "Debunking 911 myths" article, so it seemed only fair to have the Dr. Griffin rebuttal available too.
Perhaps more interest from others adding 911 content on Wiki will help... (?) !!!

If I could post screen shots here I would. If the pages haven't been deleted they are:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Debunking_9/11_Debunking

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Debunking_9/11_Myths

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loose_Change_%282007_film%29

Lacking Wikipedia entry to refute Debunking 911 Myths...

Wiki has no article on Dr. Griffin's schoarly book Debunking 911 Debunking, yet it has a thorough entry for Debunking 911 Myths. This is a problem. Can someone model an appropriate Wikipedia entry on the insipid:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Debunking_9/11_Myths and provide Dr. Griffin's work the coverage it deserves (i.e. moreso than the Pop Mechs crap!) ??

I tried to create an entry but it did not make it past the copyright sensors perhaps because of my links to amazon.com...

I wanted this link because the Wiki entry for Loose Change FC seemed slanted badly against truth, and after editing it back into shape (done) I wanted to provide a link to a Wiki article on Dr. Griffin's book but there is not yet such an article. I have no further time to complete this project.

Fiction? Starts gently, ends with a motivational punch. Please Comment.

Liberty’s New Husband

At the end of an era there were two beautiful sisters, one named Liberty the other named Conscience. Conscience was not as strikingly beautiful as Liberty, but the little she lacked in beauty she more than made up for with intellect.

Liberty was wealthy, honest, and her incredible beauty radiated from within. She was courted by an urban cowboy who went by the name of Awesome Powers, but no-one knew who he really was. Awesome’s friends called him AP, and once Liberty and Awesome were married, Liberty called him AP too.

AP earned a modest income by clearing brush from the neighbours’ yards. However, AP appeared to have unlimited resources arising from business arrangements with his friends and his father’s connections. Besides AP’s brush clearing business, the group of friends controlled many other businesses and had all kinds of mysterious and complicated financial dealings.

Liberty thought she would live the good life with AP.

...continued

Another AF Officer Blasts Government 911 Coverup

PatriotsQuestion911.com
4-5-7

Lt. Col. Guy S. Razer, MS, U.S. Air Force (ret) ­ Retired U.S. Air Force fighter pilot (F-111, F-15E, F-16, B-1, F-18, Mig-29, and Suu-22). Flew combat missions over Iraq. Former instructor at the USAF Fighter Weapons School and NATO's Tactical Leadership Program. 20-year Air Force career.

Statement to this website 3/25/07: "After 4+ years of research since retirement in 2002, I am 100% convinced that the attacks of September 11, 2001 were planned, organized, and committed by treasonous perpetrators that have infiltrated the highest levels of our government. It is now time to take our country back.

The "collapse" of WTC Building 7 [570 feet tall, 47 stories, and not hit by an airplane] shows beyond any doubt that the demolitions were pre-planned. There is simply no way to demolish a 47-story building (on fire) over a coffee break. It is also impossible to report the building's collapse before it happened, as BBC News did, unless it was pre-planned. Further damning evidence is Larry Silverstein's video taped confession in which he states "they made that decision to pull [WTC 7] and we watched the building collapse."

Help knarlyknight, the guy is surrounded!

Some discussions at www.lies.com have involved one blogger (knarlyknight) defending 911 skepticism against a group of intelligent, misinformed believers of the official conspiracy theory. I think he's done a great job, but maybe he could use some help or expressions of support from experienced 911bloggers?

Anyone willing to drop by www.lies.com, read the comments, and make a few comments of their own in the spirit of 911 truth?

I realize this is a low gain approach to activism, but it seems that knarlyknight is making some inroads there. Getting the folks from Lies.com onto the 911 truth side would be good. Go to the comment section under the most recent blog: How Bad Is It?

At the least it is entertaining to observe how he takes the discussion from war and deception and relates it back to 911 truth and then holds his own against all the others who do not agree. Some of the older entries are also good that way, especially the one titled Dyer On Loose Change.