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Comment by James H. Fetzer on June 18, 2009 at 1:31pm
Thoth II, That reminds me of the time my son-in-laws parents, who live in Milwaukee, came to there house and we watched a Brewer's game. They had a favorite announcer on radio, so we placed a radio next to the TV. The radio broadcast was so far ahead of the telecast that we knew whether it would be a ball, a strike, or a hit before the ball had left the pitcher's hand! That was the start of my conversion to questioning the videos. Jim
Comment by Thoth II on June 18, 2009 at 1:19pm
Just a small anecdote I think people can identify with. One year, I was watching an NFL game (which I watched regularly as a kid in the 1960s but only very sporadically after that) and was surprised to see a yellow line marking the line needed for a first down. I really got taken in by that, I thought, do the refs now paint lines? Only after about an hour I figured it must be some type of computer generated image.

This reminds me of 911. Someone came up to me and said, turn on the TV, we're being attacked (that statement alone in hindsight seems like something amiss); so I turned it on and saw CNN showing a plane hitting a tower. I believed it at first, but as the day wore on, and I saw the replays, I started scratching my head because it kind of reminded me of the NFL incident. I really think that by the end of that Tues. I was very, very skeptical of those videos. Now when I look at them from a science viewpoint, it is very, very obvious that they are cartoons.
Comment by James H. Fetzer on June 17, 2009 at 11:21pm
Thoth II, you are hitting a lot of nails on the head. Kevin has been a disappointment, even to me, not only for not appreciating the force of the argument but for raising the bar repeatedly. We don't need more precise and mathematical proofs, though that suggests he would like Chuck Boldwynn's analysis of the impossibility that the towers could have collapsed. But then, Michael Morrissey wanted it banished from 911aletheia.ning.com. Jim
Comment by Thoth II on June 17, 2009 at 12:35pm
I find it hard to believe that Kevin Barrett is so dismissive of the no-plane idea or video fakery. As Jim points out, that Sandia crash is a red herring, he points out the obvious differences. They are grasping at straws to prop up the official story. It is obvious laws of physics are violated in the videos. For example, how is it possible that the planes do not decelerate and the back 10 rows crumple, break off, and fall to earth below? How could anyone believe the planes effortlessly glide into the building where the thick steel core columns are present.

I am so disappointed in the American people for being so scientific illiterate. It was fun and games when we were kids watching Road Runner cartoons, but now adults are believing CNN toons. And the people who pulled this off cynically counted on this illiteracy before they ever planned this hoax.

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