Monday, April 20, 2009

Picking up after a long hiatus

It has been over 2 years since I wrote my first blog entry, and until today, my last. What a lot has happened in that short time. I want to bring up just one:

December 2006 is about the first time I heard of Richard Gage, AIA, founder of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth (AE911Truth). He just had started the organization a few months before then.

Today, he has been the guest speaker over 80 times before audiences throughout the US, and internationally, explaining the latest of what is known about the destructions of the three World Trade Center (WTC) buildings. The amount of new material in this 2-year period is breathtaking. Yet, not a word of it is covered by the mainstream media.

Many people think the particulars about and reasons for the 9/11 attacks were decided long ago. Not so. I have been urged by many to move on from this topic--get a life. But, if anything, I am devoting more and more time to the questions of what really did happen on 9/11, and how to best communicate about them to the public at large.

The latest ground breaking development is the publication in a scientific paper in a peer-reviewed journal on the discovery of an unignited nano-thermite material in the dust from the WTC. The fact that it is an exotic nano-thermite means it had to have come from a high-tech laboratory. It could have been designed for use as either a highly energetic explosive or pyrotechnic material.

On its face, the implications of this are staggering. I find even more troubling that the mainstream media and apparently the government is avoiding the topic all together.

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