Popular Mechanics vs. Loose Change Debate
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I just finished watching the debate between the magazine Popular Mechanics who produced the book ''Debunking The Myths of 9/11'' I believe, and I tried log back into the site 911blogger.com to get more information for this post but it must be flooded with hits because it's down right now. During the debate though, I noticed how young the film makeres of Loose_Change are, but also how passionate they are. Even though I don't believe it went very well for the youngsters, they don't have much to debate. Everything is on film.
The editor of the magazine of Popular Mechanics and the books editor are visibly better schooled at debate but there's some key points I'd like to mention about their side of the debate......
The editor of Popular Mechanics has twice stated about pictures he has seen of wreckage inside the Pentagon and the photos of the other 6-8 security camera's perched atop that captured the ''plane'' approaching the building. The editor of Popular Mechanics stated this on todays debate and earlier last month on a broadcast on an Arizona radio station. On the broadcast from Arizona, the host asked why the government would allow the editor of a magazine to view those photos but not the rest of the world. He didn't have an answer whatsoever---- except that he wasn't allowed to publish them. But he stood by his comment that HE was allowed to see them.
The editor of Popular Mechanics today stated that there were pictures of wreckage inside the Pentagon. The question remains. Where are they? Why was he able to view them? And why can't the public see for themselves? Shouldn't Popular Mechanics publish them to dispell ''conspiracy theories''?
The editor of PM said that the live coverage of the events shown in the film were broadcasted in real time and insinuated that people were confused and that the reports coming that day could not be taken as accurate accounts. So when is it a good time to report a live event?'' -------Now?
The editor of the book by PM described himself just as that and not an expert. But he did claim experts thay talked to in the fields of engineering but named none that I can recall. Each time a piece of the film was shown, the editors didn't provide answers, they dispelled what they had seen as the way ''conspiracy theorists'' do things.
Well, I think there wasn't enough time in the debate. The young guys were outclassed but it doesn't matter. Popular Mechanics has shown nothing. No films, no photos, no comparison videos of building demolitions....nothing but hearsay.
All anyone has to do is watch the film. Period. The debate barely touched on the evidence documented over the world of who in the government knew what was about to occur. If the editors of PM and their book want's to challenge 2 young kids on whose engineers are better than the others, let them. That's about what that debate covered. Now that that's over, let's deal with the real issues brought about in the film Loose_Change .