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Originally posted by Roadblockx
Thank you for supplying these. I have to say that while this will draw all kinds of attention, it is good for everyone to have these made public.
I do have a dumb question though, what are those pictures of and what is their importance?
Originally posted by TheLoony
reply to post by Roadblockx
I don't care if I get in trouble. My life is a piece of excrement. Whatever happens, happens. It's out of my hands. Nothing in my life seems to be under my control anymore so I don't care.
Originally posted by TrueAmerican
I just wanted to confirm that everything that TheLoony has said in OP and in this thread is exactly what he told me. I do not believe TheLoony has anything other to do with these pics than what he has said, and I have had many many U2U exchanges with him about these.
ATS management will no doubt be concerned about copyright, but at this point there is no way to contact the originating source, so it was post them or bust. I was tired of sitting on them too honestly. And he still hasn't posted any of the ones that stir my curiosity.
And there is more than pics. There are diagrams, maps, and all kinds of what appear to be secretive institutional documents about government experimentation with airborne microbes. IE, chemtrails.
Many of these pics were taken under the WTC, in the subways, and that's part of what you are looking at in some pics. It appears that a large part of that got flooded, as you can see waterline marks on the columns that pierced through upon demolition (or structural failure).
What is nice though, is that we get to see here actual ends of columns that appear to be untouched, and as discovered. In other words, not subject to the welding/cutting crews above. And as you can see, those ends appear to be awful straight. TOO straight, in my opinion, and yes, as if cut, not stress-torn.