posted on May, 23 2011 @ 03:34 AM
don't hold your breath folks, i was just as excited as most of you to see what NatGeo would pull out, particularly because i SIT on natgeo.
like most of you have considered, it's literally a rehash of information with a few "unknown" tidbits about their secret spy planes/underground
explosions around the 50's as told by the completely misinformed ex-employees. obviously all of their information was compartmentalized, so to even
see them talking about it is pretty trivial.
they didn't even get past the 50's. DECLASSIFIED? more like "here's 3 scraps of useless information nobody cared about since the cold war."
if it makes you all feel any better, 2 out of the very few employees interviewed (i'm pretty sure it was 3 overall) stated that after an hour of
retelling the same basic story, they only revealed "about 5% of the whole story." why even have them on if they're just going to say that they
can't say anything about it?
natgeo handled 9/11 research like toddlers with quantum mechanics, and this is even LESS in depth. definitely disappointing.