What do you think about the Unreacted Explosives that were found in the World Tr

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  1. Iontach profile image69
    Iontachposted 13 years ago

    What do you think about the Unreacted Explosives that were found in the World Trade Center rubble?

  2. GusTheRedneck profile image60
    GusTheRedneckposted 13 years ago

    I think that they were non-existant in reality, but they certainly seem to exist in goofy minds, such as in the mind of that ding-dong TV lady whose name I have thankfully forgotten. Get a life !

  3. Iontach profile image69
    Iontachposted 13 years ago

    Are you telling me to 'Get a life' or that TV woman??? Confused...

  4. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image80
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 13 years ago

    I think the whole nine eleven crime was a cover up for the announced(by Rumsfeld) two trillion tax payer dollars that were reported missing the day before.

  5. Right On Time profile image59
    Right On Timeposted 13 years ago

    I like your glasses...I've tried to find a pair like that!

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    foreignpressposted 13 years ago

    It's possible as anything is possible. The "study," however, needs to be independently verified by several reputable sources. As yet this hasn't been done. According to the study, "Most of the samples are collections of dust taken from blocks away." This would not be unusual as the impact of the collapsing towers would scatter ashes, dust, and debris for miles -- not merely blocks.
       Consider also that weapons grade materiel was stolen after the collapse of the former Soviet Union. This would include the mysterious suitcase nuclear devices, many of which have not been recovered. And rogue states like North Korea, Iran, and the various "Stans" in Eastern Europe are trading weapons and information like collectible cards. This is all in the name of globalization. Were these unreacted explosives on the doomed jets, or were they secreted in the towers; and, if so, by whom?
      Now, can we survive all this until things settle down?

  7. bgamall profile image70
    bgamallposted 13 years ago

    The Taliban went to Texas in December,1997. It was reported by the BBC but not by the mainstream US news. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/world/west_asia/37021.stm Then they refused to allow their guests, Unocal Oil Company of Texas, who had armed them, to build a pipeline to Halliburton investments in the Caspian Sea. That, of course, gave Dick Cheney motive both for the Afghan war and for his involvement in 911.

    So, am I surprised that there is explosive material, or thermite, in the dust? Of course not. BTW, Unocal is now a subsidiary of Chevron after the US cited national security as a reason not to sell the company to China. http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/ … john-tamny

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    Butch Newsposted 13 years ago

    And a reliable source of this information would be?

  9. peterxdunn profile image60
    peterxdunnposted 13 years ago

    When considering the events of 9/11 you should always start with this question: how did Al Queda know that 9/11 was the best of all possible dates to launch the attack? This is due to the fact that there was a military exercise underway: on 9/11, that involved USAAF and Air National Guard fighters being scrambled to intercept 'imaginary' - hijacked by terrorists - civil aircraft that were to be flown into high status targets such as the World Trade Center. This caused a lot of confusion, as the events unfolded, because air force commanders couldn't tell 'real world' events from the 'imaginary' scenario set out in the exercise that they were all engaged in.

    Have Al Queda got a super secret - and sophisticated - intelligence service that has completely penetrated America's security agencies? How could they have had prior knowledge of this exercise?

    You can add to this the incredible 'coincidence' that an exercise that involved a scenario where terrorists blow up tube trains and buses in London was underway: in London on 7/7, when tube trains and a bus were blown up in the 'real world'.

    The powers that be do, of course, rely on the fact that - for every person that employs a modicum of intelligent skepticism when viewing these events - there is at least 10 rednecks that swallow the official story hook line and sinker.

    Intelligent skeptics need to stand up and speak louder.

  10. The Shark profile image59
    The Sharkposted 13 years ago

    I think you have been out in the desert heat of Reno to long.
    Yeah, and Bush broke the levies in New Orleans harbor, and FDR knew the Japs were going to bomb the fleet at Pearl.
    I guess he figured this would get us into WWII, how we were supposed to fight the Japs with a destroyed fleet was never given thought.
    Bin Laden himself took credit for the attack,  I suppose Cheney and Bush knew of the attack from Al-Quida and thought extra explosives would help. 
    Don't forget Roswell!

  11. Edwin Clark profile image61
    Edwin Clarkposted 13 years ago

    As a guy who was around the 9/11 attacks in NYC I have to say I find it hard to believe that the US is aware or took part of bringing down the towers.

    One of the biggest evidence conspiracy theorists use is that it gave the US the green light to invade Iraq to steal it's oil.

    If the US really, really wanted to perpetrate such a scam there are other ways to do so without killing over 3000 civilians in the towers.

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    erickcbposted 13 years ago

    9/11 was an inside job. Everyone knows that right?

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    scottwalkerposted 13 years ago

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