by Morgan Reynolds
September 11, 2012
Today is the 11th anniversary of 9/11 and every thinking American must realize something is seriously amiss with the government’s account of that murderous day. Scratch the surface of the official story anywhere, in fact, and it falls apart.
Can we trust, for example, that alleged Arab terrorists took over two Boeing 767 and two 757 cockpits? We have the government’s word for it yet assertions are not proof. Better to use common sense and look for evidence. Men will not give up the TV remote, so how plausible is it that pilots would surrender the controls of an airliner to thugs? No way. Pilots would have to be killed, which implies a life-and-death struggle with blood all over the controls. Kind of inconvenient for smooth flying.
And how could guys who could not control a Cessna (read: puddle jumper) navigate and fly large, complex machines into the World Trade Center towers? At over 500 mph? And hit each tower (208-foot-wide) on the first pass? Experienced pilots on flight simulators have tried and failed to thread such a needle at 500+ mph. Airliners cannot fly at such speeds near sea level either because air resistance is three times that at cruising altitudes.
And how could 100-ton aluminum planes leave cartoonish, airplane-shaped silhouettes of passage by smoothly passing through powerful steel and concrete towers weighing a half million tons apiece? And disappearing inside? Aluminum planes? C’mon. Violent collisions between planes and towers would have left mass quantities of broken airplanes and their contents visible in each gash and below each gash. Two 44-foot-tall tail sections would have been found somewhere in downtown New York. The four cleanest crash sites in aviation history occurred on 9/11? Yeah, right.
The biggest whopper is that airliner crashes and subsequent jet fuel fires caused massive twin towers to collapse. For one thing, if that had happened, there would have been one million tons of debris to clean up. Yet observers marveled at how little debris was left.
Striking confirmation occurred at 12:44 pm on September 12, 2001, when ABC anchor, Peter Jennings, asked ABC reporter George Stephanopoulos on the street at the WTC: “Jackie Judd and several other people keep asking us, when you look at where the towers used to stand, there is surprisingly so little rubble. Where did all the rubble go?”
Stephanopoulos: “That’s a very good question Peter…one volunteer, Robert Grelinsky, explained to me the reason there is so little rubble is that all of it simply fell down, into the ground and was pulverized, evaporated.”
Stephanopoulos’ explanation is nonsense, although understandable because it was a mystery yet he needed to come up with something. Solids from a pulverized building do not somehow change into vapors, a gaseous state.
What happened? Short answer: each quarter-mile high tower turned to dust in mid-air. An unprecedented event but a fact nonetheless. Remember how dust blocked out the sun for 10 minutes? And dust an inch deep covered downtown? And fine dust wafted into the upper atmosphere? Those were the towers! Videos, eyewitnesses, seismic data, an undamaged “bathtub” (slurry wall) keeping the waters of the Hudson river back, and all other forensic evidence confirm the towers turned to dust rather than crashing to the earth.
What turned so much steel to dust? Only an exotic, “black” technology could do it. To learn more, read the scientific study of the century, www.wheredidthetowersgo.com by my colleague, Judy Wood, Ph.D. engineer and leading 9/11 research scientist.