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Originally posted by selfless
Originally posted by WithoutEqual
Originally posted by intrepid
OK guys, there other threads to discuss John, too many imo, let's get back to the topic like selfless did above.
Then the topics dead, cause it has already been debunked multiple times, and proven to be untrue, this was pages and pages ago. How many times does something have to be debunked here for people to accept it?
See I told you guys back on page 14, there will still be the rabid ones defending him. Reminds me of the mentality of the Serpo believers.
no you got it all wrong, just because you think it's ''debunked'' does not mean we all agree with you that there is one and only possibility cause really there is no way to know yet what really happened and you don't know more then anyone else.
This is why the thread is still going on.
Originally posted by Astygia
If you just want to believe the hologram thing, nobody can change that but you; just know that all evidence - and it is evidence that any court of law would use - nullifies the plausibility of holographics in use at the WTC.
This isn't about dreaming up a pet theory and making it work; this is about uncovering the truth of 9/11/01 and digging for links to those responsible. Don't lose sight of that.
The hypothesis that complicated and sophisticated holographic projections filled in for actual aircraft on 9/11/2001 is unilaterally absurd. While it may be an interesting "sci-fi" angle for some to use as speculation, it has no basis in reality.
The reality here is most probably very simple -- agents of covert U.S. operations inspired already radical fundamentalist people with a mindset of suicide bombers to pilot planes into civilian targets with a high probability of some type of technological flight assistance. It's simple. Easy. And limits factors for possible mistakes.
Originally posted by johnlear
Thanks for your opinion mister.old.school. We value your different views here at ATS.
They [holograms] could be as simple as pointing a video camera is today.
But instead of 'taking' an image you are projecting an image and sound into space. If the concept is there, the technology won't be far behind.
The key word here is "probably" and my opinion is that it wasn't "probably" very simple. It was a very complex operation involving many people, many planes, extremely close coordination and in some case very advanced technology. It was certainly not simple and it was certainly not easy.
And its certainly not going to be simple or easy to unravel who the conspirators were. But your statement "agents of covert U.S. opertions" gives me a hint that the real conspirators, having been essentially and for all practical purpose 'caught' are now going to lay the blame on 'agents of covert U.S. operations'. Hey, it wasn't us at the top. We knew nothing about it. It was those "agents of U.S. covert operations' guys. They did it!
Originally posted by mister.old.school
The hypothesis that complicated and sophisticated holographic projections filled in for actual aircraft on 9/11/2001 is unilaterally absurd.
Because any serious analysis of history's conspiracies will result in the researcher concluding one unifying theme: simplicity. At their core, global conspiracies tend to be very simple affairs utilizing mundane tactics and limited personnel. The reason is simple, mistakes are not tolerated.
You write as though you're in some type of official capacity here. Is that the case?
I then assume you are not serious about the possibility of holographic projections?
The real conspirators are the elite power-seekers. There are several names by which conspiracy theorists call them, most are inaccurate or dated. But all you need to do is examine who would profit from arms, oil, and drugs. You see, even fingering the guilty is rather simple.
Stay tuned for more from Mister Old School.
Fingering the guilty is simple. Identifying them is not. Its not anybody that you have ever heard of and they will be very hard to catch.
Originally posted by Wizard_In_The_Woods
I haven’t had the time to read the entire thread in detail (I’m at work) — but what I’ve read so far is REVOLUTIONARY. “Brainsucker” and “Johnlear” appear to be extremely knowledgeable — so it would behoove everyone to treat them with the utmost respect, less you want to risk looking like fools. These guys obviously “know their stuff”. I’ve heard of the hologram theory before, and of course thought of it as utter rubbish. But I’ve never seen it presented in detail, until now.
Smokin’ good work Brainsucker and Johnlear!
The Wizard In The Woods.
Originally posted by Wizard_In_The_Woods
This capability to imagine — i.e. creativity — is critical to any real research undertaking.