Article by Aidan Monaghan published in the Journal of 911 Studies; also a reminder to PREPARE
We are pleased to announce that an article by Aidan Monaghan (B.Sc., EET) article has successfully passed the peer-review process at the Journal of 9/11 Studies. The article was published Oct 3, 2008: Plausibility Of 9/11 Aircraft Attacks Generated By GPS-Guided Aircraft Autopilot Systems. Link here: http://journalof911studies.com/volume/2008/AutopilotSystemsMonaghan.pdf
The editors continue to accept submitted scholarly papers, with the proviso from the Introductory page at this Journal, which states that we encourage contributors to first consider submission to mainstream established journals. And frankly, the editors themselves are busy doing research and writing on such papers (one of which is now undergoing the peer-review process with such an established journal, on the subject of anomalous red/gray chips observed in the WTC dust).
We invite readers to visit the Journalof911Studies.com. Several of the more famous 911-research papers are presented there, and the "Beginners" section has proven popular (recently updated). The Journal of 9/11 Studies is a peer-reviewed, open-access, electronic-only journal, covering the whole of research related to the events of 11 September, 2001. Many fields of study are represented in the journal, including Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Psychology. All content is freely available online. It is the editors' belief that the case for falsity of the official explanation is well-established and demonstrated by the papers in this Journal.
Now on a personal note to you, my friends -- I wish to revisit my blog entry from 7 Aug 2007. http://911blogger.com/node/10460 There I warned that we should not be complacent about a supposedly "robust economy" when it was not robust at all. I predicted that the "the big crunch will be noticeable by the general public" by June 30, 2008 (60% likelihood) and by the 2008 election (Nov.) (80% likelihood).
The "big crunch" is happening -- and it will surely get worse before too long. (I also warned about a probable pandemic and quarantine in that post). That is why I again urge you to prepare -- knowing what YOU know, I'm confident you will wish to take steps to prepare for what lies ahead. Here's what you can do right away (will you?) -- quoting from that blog from last year:
Quote/ You’re motivated, right? So here’s the short list. When you check these off, you might want to go to preparedness sites for more suggestions (see point 10).
1. Water, at LEAST 30 gallons per person in your home. Consider using plastic bottles commonly used for juices and soda, or 50-gallon containers. Baby-wipes for cleaning yourself off if showers are limited.
2. 3-month rotating food supply based on your normal, daily diet. One way to do this is to purchase a few extra items each week and gradually increase your supply until it is sufficient for three months. I’m seeking for “voluntary simplicity,” before it becomes involuntary…
3. Years’ supply of food: “For longer-term needs, and where permitted, build a supply of food that will last a long time and that you can use to stay alive, such as wheat, white rice, and beans. These items can last 30 years or more when properly packaged and stored in a cool, dry place.” http://www.providentliving.org/fhs/pdf/WE_FamilyResourcesGuide_Internati... I have sprouting seeds (lentils, alfalfa, etc.) that I will use to get FRESH veggies, even in winter. A rifle for hunting and fishing gear would be wise.
4. Warm clothing, including hats for all. And consider a wood-burning or kerosene stove. If the electricity goes out, your gas furnace won’t work either – the thermostat and fan use electricity. Large roll of plastic sheeting (at least 4 mil) and duct tape, rope.
5. A little money: greenbacks or silver. (I prefer silver rounds from a coin store. Which do you think will hold its value better over the long haul? Federal reserve notes/IOU’s or silver, gold?) Banks may close for awhile. Trading for what you need? Your neighbor has some antibiotic stored up (for some reason), and you have rope or silver coins to trade...
6. Get out of debt, especially credit-card debt if you possibly can. Interest rates are going up as the housing market and US dollar head down…
7. Needed medicines; talk to your doctor. Consider herbs and essential oils if that is your approach.
8. Books, tapes, things you enjoy. Have some humor around to brighten the day.
9. Solar lamps. I have a bunch of the ones you put out during the day, bring in at night. Flashlights and batteries. Candles and matches. . And a solar cooker for heating and cooking food and pasteurizing water. It can even be used as a “refrigerator” at night (see ProfJones.com).
10. There’s lots more we can do – see this list (with recommendations and links to help): http://www.joelskousen.com/Secure/recommended.html
No, I don’t have a crystal ball, but I’ll breathe easier when you all are prepared, soon. Clearly, 9/11 changed everything. And many of us think that 9/11 truth will change it again – eventually for the better! Another Renaissance. And not with just a few surviving wealthy ones either, after the clean-up.
Get prepared – you don’t want to miss out on where we can go, together. /End quote from my Aug 2007 blog
Steven E. Jones