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Topic: 9/11

From: Bill Russell
Location: Vancouver Island Canada
Date: 08/29/2011

Just read Quantico.
When I saw the jets hit the towers I called an assoiciate
in Texas that I had worked with in construction.
I asked if it looked like the towers were imploded
with explosives. He said yes. I agreed.
A lot of information has come out since that day.

Do you believe they fell from just the jet impact and fire?

Re: 9/11

From: Greg Bear
Date: 09/25/2011


Re: 9/11

From: John S
Location: Western MA
Date: 09/26/2011


You don't know what a relief it is to hear that you are NOT one of those "truthers". Of course, as you are a man of science and critical thinking, I am not surprised...but nevertheless, I am still relieved.

Re: 9/11

From: Bill Goodwin
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: 09/26/2011

Physics are sufficient to bring down buildings. To reduce principles to rubble requires hysteria.

Re: 9/11

From: Greg Bear
Date: 09/28/2011

Even so, the way those buildings collapsed was competely unexpected to my untrained eye. Makes me realize how much stress loading plays a part in such massive undertakings! Were I describing that scene in a novel, I'd no doubt have had the buildings topple over... which the hijackers also apparently hoped for.

The surreality of the imploding collapse adds to the horror, I think. And perhaps to the disbelief some people feel about the whole situation.

Re: 9/11

From: isaeah
Date: 11/01/2011

I'll tell ya this: when I heard about it, I immediately thought, 'Oh, now they can write their own checks.' You know whom I mean. And they did.

Re: 9/11

From: Greg Bear
Date: 01/16/2012

Alas, we're the ones writing the checks... or will be for some time to come.

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