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“During my 33 years as a research physicist at the Naval Research Laboratory, it was my great joy to be able to contribute to the advancement of science without the slightest interference by NRL officials. So I was sickened to read in David Ray Griffin’s assiduously researched book of unequivocal evidence for massive scientific fraud committed by a politicized NIST. I implore President Obama to end the subversion of science at NIST and open a new, unfettered, investigation of the 9/11 attacks.” —David L. Griscom, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and of the American Physical Society
"David Ray Griffin has provided a comprehensive dismantling of NIST's theory about WTC 7, according to which it suffered global collapse because of ordinary building fires. Besides showing that NIST committed massive scientific fraud, Griffin also points out that NIST was able to complete its theory only by affirming a miracle: a steel-framed high-rise building coming down in free fall even though explosives had not been used to remove its columns."—Richard Gage, member of American Institute of Architects; founder of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth
Originally posted by OmegaPoint
Looks AWESOME, by the Trailer. A 1,000,000 Budget, kick-ass soundtrack.
Originally posted by GoodOlDave
Oh, good grief, out of all the outright, unrepentent con artists infesting the truther movement, Dylan Avery is one of the worst. Not only did he release version after version in the hopes of "getting his story right one of these days", the guy's website is a complete shopping mall of DVDs, T-shirts, baseball caps, posters, etc etc etc so it's blatantly obvious they're in it for the buck. If anyone else ever said, "I have the truth and I'll let you know what it is for $19.95, plus I have a wonderful selection of souveniers for you..." we'd see it right away as a scam, but apparently if it's on the internet it just has to be unimpeachable information, even if it did come from a college kid making internet videos in his dorm room.
I guess P.T. Barnum was right after all. Incredible.