Questioning the 9/11 attacks...
250+ 9/11 'Smoking Guns'
Found in the Mainstream Media
(How many more do we need???)
Killtown, that is quite a list of evidence. However, sometimes you have to acknowledge that sometimes collapses and incidents don't always follow what you would expect. As an example, most people believe that liquid nitrogen will freeze and shatter something, because a lot of movies portray this. However, I've worked with liquid Nitro, and it doesn't really do that. In fact, I've (quickly, mind you) stuck my fingers in cups of the stuff. Yet I still have 10 fingers. And the reason is that liquid Nitro does not behave in that quick of a manner.For this reason, I'm sure that things such as "hearing explosions" or "mysterious dust from the bottom" are more likely due to the fact that the collapse didn't behave as you believed it would (I'm not you, so I don't know what you were expecting when planes hit buildings).Now, this isn't to say that automatically all your points are invalid, but I'm sure most if not all could be easily explained by science somewhere. It might seem weird to you, but the general theories of the 'official story' are correct.As another example of an unexpected result, you can examine how you can create electric plasma from a grape if you cut it and place it in a microwave just right.The link to it is here:http://www.bulletinboardforum.com/grape/microwave_grape_lightning.phpEven if you don't agree with me, I think everyone will agree that exploding grapes are just awesome.
remdem: Basically what you are saying is, that you can debunk 911 with stuff in your life experience that don't have to do anything to do with it?Let me see... The moon seems to be made of cheese. But it's really not. So that means the 911 official story must be true.Great!
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