by William Teach | April 6, 2009 7:41 pm
Still not as amusing as the chicken wire recreation of the fire at the World Trade Center (that’s a classic!), but, maybe it is about time for the Twoofers to join us in Reality Land:®
A team of scientists claim to have unearthed startling data from dust and debris gathered in the days and weeks after the World Trade Center towers collapsed on Sept. 11, 2001.
In a study published by the Open Chemical Physics Journal — a peer-reviewed, scientific publication — Steven E. Jones and Niels Harrit level a stark allegation: that within the dust and rubble of the World Trade Center towers lays evidence of “a highly engineered explosive,” contrary to all federal studies of the collapses.
Oh. Ok. Peer reviewed by whom? The other authors, every single one of which is a massive Twoofer, which was rather easy to look up? Kinda like how with anthropogenic global warming, the studies are being reviewed by others who Want To Believe. Sometimes I think I am living in an X Files world. And then we find out that, according to Screw Loose Change, that Bentham Open Journals is “a vanity publishing outfit based in… wait for it… Pakistan.”
This latest report, Jones told Visibility 9/11, “explodes the official story that ‘no evidence’ exists for explosive/pyrotechnic materials in the WTC buildings. The red/gray chips are the ‘loaded gun’ of 9-11.”
Know what really explodes the Twoofer story? How anyone could wire up all those buildings with explosives without anyone seeing it and without anyone involved in wiring it up narking in the middle of placing the explosives. It takes a long time to get a building ready for demolition. It’s something Twoofers cannot really explain. Unless everyone involved was a zombie. Hypnotized by Darth Cheney and the Dark Side of the Force.
On the bright side, Twooferism keeps the loons out of real mischief that can cause real world problems.
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