Posts Tagged ‘Gravitation’

Physics Debunked? –… Re Pschology, Sociology, Etc.

December 1, 2013 5 comments

(Isaac Newton, left, was a member of the \”club.\”)

If you think, that only social sciences, law, history and literature are hijacked, you did not pay attention. Think that mathematics and physics are free? Think again.


mussobama (Photo credit: GunnyG1345)

(Editor\’s Note: I present this article for discussion. I am not in a position to gauge its accuracy, but it is consistent with our article on the \”Scientific Dictatorship\”.)

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Pictures Prove Mini Nukes Caused 9-11 Devastation | Pakalert Press

September 22, 2010 Leave a comment

On the morning of September 11th, 2001, we were told a fairy tale. That wide body jets flew into the twin towers and completely destroyed them. Let me repeat that: Passenger planes large hollow aluminum tubes flew into industrial steel, marble and concrete sky scrapers, and caused them to turn into a pile of dust. And the worst part about this fairy tale is that we, the American people believed it. Now, nine years later, it’s time to wake up from your slumber and take a good hard look at what did and did not happen on that fateful day.

The conventional explanation we were provided, by government and media, for a top-down highly destructive gravitational collapse, in near-free-fall times, is physically impossible, and is thus about as worthy of discussion as is the belief that the Earth is flat.FICTION: Passenger jets flew into the Twin Towers, and the burning jet fuel caused them to collapse.FACT: The Twin Towers did not collapse. They suffered a mid-air pulverization due to an extreme unconventional energy source that caused the initial upward trajectory of so much of the towers’ mass during the ‘collapses’ as supposedly only gravity was pulling them down.FICTION:

The burning jet fuel melted all of the steel beams causing the buildings to collapse directly onto their own footprint.

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