1.0 out of 5 stars Complete nonsense. Please don't waste your money., March 22, 2012
By L. Carr (Minnesota, USA) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Where Did the Towers Go? Evidence of Directed Free-energy Technology on 9/11 (Hardcover)
This book implies that the WTC was destroyed by directed energy weapons used by some unknown shadowy forces, and that a conspiracy exists to hide this fact. The author claims to have "science" to support this viewpoint. I contend that not only is that a ridiculous proposition, but it's an insult to the thousands of people who have worked to solve both the civil and criminal cases arising from the disaster, as well as all the people who worked, sometimes under dangerous conditions, to establish what actually happened that day.
If a directed energy weapon such as a laser hit something like the WTC, the result would be an instant massive explosion, not "dustification". I saw the planes hit the towers. I've seen large lasers in action. The towers were hit by planes piloted by terrorists and weakened by fires from thousands of gallons of jet fuel, as well as the initial crashes. The buildings were mostly made of concrete, and when concrete is dropped a thousand feet it shatters into...dust and rubble. The same dust and rubble that spread all over lower Manhattan. Those buildings were full of plastic and paper objects, which caught fire and smoldered for weeks under that same rubble. There is no mystery here, just a disaster, the result of many small decisions and circumstances that combined catastrophically, as is the case in most disasters.
There were no "directed energy weapons", no aliens, no conspiracies, except perhaps to try to make more of a mystery out of one of the greatest tragedies of the 20th century for the financial benefit of some quack authors, documentarians, and commentators.
The author of this work is a quack, a charlatan, or a deluded fool. Her book is paranoid fantasy.