Hypothesis Now available on DVD

The documentary feature film Hypothesis, which chronicles a pivotal moment in the life of Physicist Dr Steven E Jones is now available on DVD.

The film can be purchased directly here: https://www.createspace.com/307870

or, at www.hypothesisfilm.com

Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bi5UX3u3W8

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Dr. Jones

You define integrity. Thank you for all you have done.

Thanks, Wisdom -- and thank you, Brett!

Now, if I may comment on the synopsis at the web-site you posted, Brett, and make a suggestion.
Synopsis reads: (old text removed by mod at the request of the poster)

May I suggest improving this synopsis? perhaps as follows:

"In 2005, physicist Steven E. Jones went public with controversial 9/11 facts and studies that resulted in everything from hate mail to threats and bribery to end his research. Even when his work threatened his standing as a professor at BYU, Steven never gave up his search for the truth."

Thanks again, Brett and @all seekers for the truth regarding 9/11 -- and the bank bail-outs -- and alternate energy.


Thanks for the feedback Dr. Jones.

Prof. Jones

one day he will be honored and remembered.

Looking forward to seeing the film

It has been my honor and pleasure to work with Dr. Steven Jones for the past six years.

About ten months after I was fired for writing to NIST and sharing my questions publicly, David Griffin wrote to me about a certain professor of Physics in Utah who had taken up the subject. Shortly thereafter Dr. Jones wrote a paper that was published at his BYU site and then, later, at the Journal of 9/11 Studies. This historic paper and the related presentations from Dr. Jones encouraged me to work harder to reveal the truth.


Of course, he has contributed an enormous amount since that time, and has led many others to seek a scientific understanding of the event of September 11, 2001. We can't thank him enough.

Dr. Jones deserves a medal, or 5.

When Barack Obama was campaigning for presidency in 2008, he railed at the politicization of science" under the prior administration (and before).

"I will restore the basic principle that government decisions should be based on the best-available, scientifically valid evidence and not on the ideological predispositions of agency officials or political appointees".

Unfortunately for us all, that promise was never honored. In the case of 9/11, the pledge was thrown to the ground in flames, squashed into the ground, and discarded into the nearest trash bin.

The politicization of science has (arguably) never been so flagrant, as regards to the official "investigations" into 9/11. What does it ultimately indicate about our society, when those who conduct honest science with results that are inconvenient to the credibility of the powers-that-be, get silenced, suspended, fired or worse?

Was NIST's study of the destruction of the World Trade Center submitted for an anonymous peer-review process, an essential part of scientific research? Apparently not.... it was more an establishment approved "decree" based on what was deemed politically "acceptable". If NIST had proceeded with the correct scientific method and taken *all* the evidence into consideration, they would have arrived at a different set of conclusions. But is it possible, in today's world, for a government agency to investigate an event like this, and publish conclusions that implicated elements within that same government? Or is that a redundant question?

The sole favorably peer reviewed studies, still unrebutted to this day, are those conducted by Dr. Jones and team, but they could only get published in the Bentham Open Forum... and in consequence, the editor in chief Ms. Marie-Paule Pileni resigns (or perhaps, is forced to?).

I watched an earlier version Brett's movie in San Francisco at the Herbst Theater, on the afternoon of 9/11. It tells the saga of a scientist of long standing repute and integrity who recognized that a monstrous lie had been foisted on the American people and the world. For his efforts in the service of justice and truth, and arriving at conclusions that were scientifically sound but politically incendiary (pun intentional), he got the shaft from his BYU professorship.

In my book, Dr. Jones should be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian decoration in the nation.

Peace Prize

How about rescinding Obama's Nobel Peace Prize and awarding it to Steven?

The case that Obama promoted the UN efforts has now been shown to be false by the proposal to reduce UN funding.

Thanks, friends.

I truly appreciate the comments, Kevin, Frank, all.