Sadly, no indigenous large-breasted women to be found ...

Well, I just got back from a trip to Beverly Hills to be interviewed for a National Geographic documentary that will be airing in 2009. The topics discussed by them were the usual; the WTC collapse, the Pentagon, Flight 93. After those were covered I brought up Sibel Edmonds, what happened to Barry Jennings, the wargames, and finally, the family members and the Bush Administration's stonewalling of the investigation in the first place.

I will say this ... the crew at Creative Differences were the coolest and most level-headed bunch I've been interviewed by so far. They took the time to actually listen to my answers, and the main producer was not interested in mining sound bites from me or forcing me into a corner. When I asked to discuss certain things, he gladly accepted. When I told him that Sibel Edmonds was the most gagged woman in history and that she's willing to share her classified information on a national platform such as CNN, FOX, MSNBC, or, say, National Geographic, their interest was peaked. And I was invited out for drinks later that night.

So ... we might be pleasantly surprised by the results. We might not be. Time will tell.

That's good.

Hard to get your hopes up in this movement. But that sounds really good. Hopefully they put in a few images of large natural breasts though too.

Change will come.

"Hard to get your hopes up in this movement."

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.”
Ghandi, Martin Luther King, and Christ all changed the world against powerful odds.
And they didn't have the internet.



Do these people deserve to know how and why their loved ones were murdered? Do we deserve to know how and why 9/11 happened?

Time will tell indeed.

We all know that famous quote about the CIA controlling the media. But who knows, maybe just maybe a sheer change in presidency might yield a surge in courage by at least a certain degree of journalists? After all, if some journalists really do naively think that everything will be all OK and safe the minute Bush leaves office, perhaps they might grow some balls in 2009. I agree though, it's hard to be optimistic after the incident. (Edit: The incident actually in some ways strengthened my optimism in that the issue was no. 1.)


I just want to say thank you. Your efforts in trying to expose the truth about 9/11, in the face of extreme adversity
defines the man that you are.
America needs more men like you. Thank you.

Did Alex Jones Mention A 9/11 "Myth Busters" Broadcast?

I recall hearing him discuss this matter last week.

Nat Geo interviewed me as well...

and I found the questions to be fair and far-reaching. It will be interesting to see how this turns out.

When I talked to Alex Jones about this Nat Geo team, he had at the time decided not to be interviewed by them, distrusting them... However, I tried to persuade him to make use of this opportunity to get some facts out via a major media outlet, and I hope he took me up on it.

I gave them a preliminary copy of our forthcoming paper on red/gray chips and nano-thermite...

I Wonder If Nat Geo Piece Will Mirror BBC WTC 7 Piece

Perhaps this piece is like the BBC WTC 7 piece - a prominent platform from which NIST is allowed to peddle opinions as facts.

The timing suggests an opportunity is being given to NIST to expand on its long awaited final report.

In any event, I look forward to the upcoming paper.