1. Planes are made of light materials like aluminum and fiberglass. Think of them as long beer cans. Even birds can give planes problems.
2. There were many steel core columns supporting both of the Twin Towers. No plane could enter such a structure without being completely destroyed.
3. Two planes were depicted as being inside and intact the Twin Towers, a pair of buildings made with 200,000 tons of steel each.
4. Eyewitnesses: Very few people in New York’s business district actually had a decent view of the South Tower of the WTC. Only a few thousand people at most would have been able to see the South Tower explode. The author of this website has interviewed people who do not believe that they saw a plane strike the South Tower.
Meanwhile, it was a simple matter for the TV networks to keep the eyewitnesses who didn’t see a plane off the air.
5. Both Boeing 767s (i.e., Flights 11 and 175, which supposedly struck the North and South Towers respectively) have 165 foot wingspans. Meanwhile, both the North and South Towers were 210 feet wide. We’re supposed to believe that both planes were entirely inside the tower they hit, with no pieces showing, with only 45 feet of room to spare!
6. United Airlines Flight 175 was shown entering the South Tower like a ghost. When the tip of the plane’s fuselage hits the steel exterior of the South Tower the fuselage should be breaking up. That would cause the wings to break off.
7. Newton’s Third Law of Motion states that “To every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.”. Let’s apply Newton’s Third Law to Flight 175. In the 9/11/01 story, Flight 175 strikes the the South Tower at 450 m.p.h.
Now imagine that the South Tower moved at 450 m.p.h. and struck a stationary Flight 175. We would not expect that Flight 175 would be undamaged. We would not expect that it would simply disappear into the South Tower.
8. There was no audio of ‘Flight 175’ striking the South Tower. This is true even though there were about a dozen videos of the event said to be obtained from lucky amateurs.
9. There are innumerable contradictions with the news reports of planes striking the WTC. Just a cursory examination of the 911 news reports can reveal dramatic inconsistencies.
10. There has been massive censorship of the 911 Hoax. Dozens of media sources have exercized a zero tolerance policy for any suggestion that no planes struck the WTC before it was vaporized from exotic weaponry and nuclear weapons.
Why would CBS, The New York Times, The History Channel, Indmedia.org and YouTube.com be censoring the idea so aggressively if real planes hit the Twin Towers?
– Reality Enforcement in a Consensus Reality
A gossip protocol is a style of computer-to-computer communication protocol inspired by the form of gossip seen in social networks. Modern distributed systems often use gossip protocols to solve problems that might be difficult to solve in other ways, either because the underlying network has an inconvenient structure, is extremely large, or because gossip solutions are the most efficient ones available.
The term epidemic protocol is sometimes used as a synonym for a gossip protocol, because gossip spreads information in a manner similar to the spread of a virus in a biological community.
What don’t you see with rivers around the world but especially rivers and their valleys in mountain areas?
Are rivers formed by water erosion or by by gEUlogy? Are river valleys the result of lichtenberg type discharges or by mega lightning strikes, the thunderbolts of the gods? Are they lichtenberg rivers or lightning rivers?
Or are river valleys caused by “lightning water” erosion or “lichtenberg water” erosion?
Is the river there because of the valley or is the valley there because of the river?
– Bob Dixon and his Land Imprinter
Astroturfing is the practice of masking the sponsors of a message or organization (e.g., political, advertising, religious or public relations) to make it appear as though it originates from and is supported by a grassroots participant(s). It is a practice intended to give the statements or organizations credibility by withholding information about the source’s financial connection. The term astroturfing is derived from AstroTurf, a brand of synthetic carpeting designed to resemble natural grass, as a play on the word “grassroots.” The implication behind the use of the term is that there are no “true” or “natural” grassroots, but rather “fake” or “artificial” support, although some astroturfing operatives defend the practice.
In political science, it is defined as the process of seeking electoral victory or legislative relief for grievances by helping political actors find and mobilize a sympathetic public, and is designed to create the image of public consensus where there is none (like that of the “Peace and Security” Campaign which will soon begin). Astroturfing is the use of fake grassroots efforts that primarily focus on influencing public opinion and typically are funded by corporations and governmental entities to form opinions. On the Internet, astroturfers use software to mask their identity. Sometimes one individual operates through many personas to give the impression of widespread support for their client’s agenda. Some studies suggest astroturfing can alter public viewpoints and create enough doubt to inhibit action.
The materialistic science explanation:
There are several hypotheses which attempt to explain why our perception of time speeds up as we get older. One idea is a gradual alteration of our internal biological clocks. The slowing of our metabolism as we get older matches the slowing of our heartbeat and our breathing.
Children’s biological pacemakers beat more quickly, meaning that they experience more biological markers (heartbeats, breaths) in a fixed period of time, making it feel like more time has passed.
Another hypothesis suggests that the passage of time we perceive is related to the amount of new perceptual information we absorb. With lots of new stimuli, our brains take longer to process the information so that the period of time feels longer.
The Alternatice Science explanation
We loose life force when we get older. This flow of energy is not in sync with the energy flow of the entire solar system. Therefore we perceive that time “flows away” instead that we flow with time.