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Re: Very OT: Zeitgeist, The Movie... WAS... Semi-OT: Int'l Travellers' Laptops Confiscated...

There are witnesses to people doing thing on empty floor of the WTC buildings. Weeks of heavy machinery, then to look in and there's nothing at all...just walls...and  you don't need miles of cabling if you're going via radio freqs.

i look at some of those debunking sites. They're bunk. The piece of the 757 from the Pentagon that's on the ground can be seen being picked up in other pictures, by one man's hand. Where are the 2 - 6 ton titanium engines. When I see them, I'll let it go. I don't care how fast that plane was going or how much fuel it had, those engines wouldn't have just evaporated. Seeing how much of the Pentagon they're rebuilding, or five frames of blurry film don't change a thing. Where are the rest of hte films that they confiscated form the surrounding gas stations, etc? Why won't they release them?

On Sun, Aug 3, 2008 at 10:54 AM, Mark Smart <marksmartus@gmail.com> wrote:
Well, I haven't read much about 9/11 conspiracy theories so far, so I
don't have immediate replies for all these. My reaction to the way
this video is put together and to conspiracy theories in general is
EXTREME SKEPTICISM. The WTC controlled demolition hypothesis to me
seems utterly outrageous. A huge plane filled with jet fuel crashes
into a building creating a fire that burns above 2000 degrees F
(easily hot enough to soften steel...I used to work in a steel mill,
and heating it to this temp is plenty to soften it up for easy
milling) and the building is NOT supposed to collapse? That's hard for
me to buy. Plus trying to hide massive amounts of explosives in a
building without anyone noticing. The simpler explanation tends to be
the correct one (Occam's Razor).

But I will watch some more and do some more reading.

Mark Smart

"The Universe seems neither benign nor hostile, merely indifferent to the concerns of such creatures as we." - Carl Sagan, from "Cosmos"