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Oslo University College newspaper presents 9/11 Truth

Oslostudenten is the official monthly student newspaper of Oslo University College (OUC). It is printed in 4000 ex and dissiminated to OUCs alumni of some 12.000 students.

On the 17th of February 2010 Oslostudenten released its February issue where the editor, Sveinung Holien, printed his text, 'The towers were blown up'.

Please read the article and the following debate in English at my blog.

9/11 Truth-interview with Norwegian State Radio P3 with English subtitles

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Juntafil is a daily 2 hour radio show for teenagers with almost 300 000 listerners.

To my great surprice I was called (and subsequently texted) on Wednesday by a girl at the Norwegian State Radio asking me if I would like to give a quick interview about 9/11 during a show about “conspiracy theories” later that evening. After asking my colleagues and being encouraged to participate, I accepted.

Click below for the interveiw with English subtitles and let me know what you think.

Norwegian State Radio initiates public debate on 9/11 Truth

On Wednesday, May 20th 2009, more than 7 years after the 9/11-attacks, alternative perspectives penetrate the Nowegian State Broadcasting Corporation, NRK, for the first time. Three Norwegian scientists have spoken out against a scientific paper endorsed by the University of Copenhagen and with the reply from renowned physicist Steven E. Jones, the academic debate has finally erupted in Oslo.

Perimeter columns of WTC towers

Three Norwegian scientists has publicly attempted to discredit the University of Copenhagen's findings in a recent scientific paper covering an extensive analysis of dust from the attacks on Manhattan in 2001. The Norwegians do not express direct support for the Bush/Cheney-conspiracy theory about Usama bin Laden.