eynon81 wrote:One thing I never got about Truthers...if they really believe that our own government destroyed the world trade center and killed thousands of americans why oh why aren't they actively rebelling/working against that government? cowardice? Or do they not believe their own shit?
Everyone wants to have this romantic idea of revolution played out before them to appease the senses.
If you think what you are stating isnt happening, youre not paying attention and/or not participating in the political process, observing the changing social habits, and the rise of alternatives to the mainstream (ie: philosophies, ideologies, money, food, lifestyles, health, etc.). Its the kind of revolution i said was coming when pressed on where this truther thing was going, and here we are.
exploited wrote:You came a little late to the party. A couple of years ago, our resident architect, NAB, would have spent a bit time of going through the posted evidence re: controlled demolition, and systematically destroyed it. Now he is too embittered, lazy and jaded. Worn down by years of Truther-bashing.
Tis a shame we cant see the battles me an NAB had.
spacemonkey wrote:I thought it was a bit odd how WTC 7 collapsed a few days later, and looked just like controlled demolition. But who really knows + nothing much suprises me anymore.
For clarity, WTC 7 collapsed 8 hours after the initial attack, not days later. It's north face was severely damaged by the collapse of WTC 2 (the facade of the building Truthers never show), and it's fire suppression system lost water pressure due to the WTC 1 & 2 collapses, thus it's fires ran out of control for more than 6-7 hours before it collapsed.
Ocam didn't see anything amiss, nor did the NIST. It's collapse was clearly diagnosed by people with actual expertise on High-Rise buildings, versus Truther nitwits who don't know a damn thing about building tall structures, much less have any expertise in the construction/design industries. They've never heard of Euler and his equations.
I do have to thank you for challenging me all those years ago.