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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2011

    DO NOT BY THIS BOOK IS TOTALLY MORONIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    This book is a piece of CRAP. What is a mini-nuke? If a "mini-nuke" exploded where the flip did the RADIATION go. There isn't even such thing as a mini nuke. DO NOT BUY!!!

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  • Posted June 2, 2011

    "9/11 Deceptions" is a waste of time and money

    "All we want are the facts, ma'am." -Dragnet's Sergeant Joe Friday M.P. Lelong, a retired 90-year-old Falls Church, Virginia patent attorney, chose an excellent name for his book because that is exactly what the book is, a collection of deceptions and not a scientific study. If you would like to read a scientific study, I recommend WHERE DID THE TOWERS GO? by Dr. Judy Wood. On 9/11 over a half mile of vertical building height, containing nearly 150 football fields of floor space, was reduced to a near-level field of dust and debris, where rescue workers walked horizontally or rappelled into empty caverns to look for survivors. How was this possible given the standard laws of engineering and physics? The 9/11 Commission Report bypassed this central issue, as did the report of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Contrary to its stated objective of determining 'why and how WTC 1 and WTC 2 collapsed,' the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) made the stunning admission that it did not investigate how the towers fell. Neither the standard view that the Twin Towers collapsed from fire nor the standard opposition view that they were intentionally detonated by thermite explosives explains the evidence, nor do they follow the laws of engineering and physics. Dr. Wood left Clemson to research the 9/11 conundrum full time, and she has focused her research strictly on physical evidence and scientific principles. WHERE DID THE TOWERS GO? provides an understandable, credible, and photo-enhanced summary of Dr. Wood's disturbing findings, which resulted in her lawsuit against the contractors of the NIST report. If you are not familiar with Dr. Judy Wood and her 500 page hardcover textbook WHERE DID THE TOWERS GO?, below is a recent Coast to Coast radio interview and book review by Eric Larsen, novelist and Emeritus Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York. Coast to Coast AM- Where did the towers go? Dr. Judy Wood 05-03-2011 Former professor of Mechanical Engineering at Clemson University, Dr. Judy Wood discussed how the destruction of buildings in NYC on 9-11 was the result of directed energy technology, not planes, fire, thermite or bombs. Coast To Coast AM airs on approximately 542 stations in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Guam with nearly three million listeners. Host: George Noory Time: 113 minutes. Where Did The Towers Go? - Evidence Of Directed Free-Energy Technology On 9/11 - Book Review by Eric Larsen Ph.D. Atlantic Free Press April 17, 2011

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