November 28, 2009

swine flu lager and nanothermite: good TV on CBC last night

Thanks Rick Mercer...finally a chance to laugh at Swine Flu vaccines.

Not funny but also noteworthy last night on CBC was The Fifth Estate`s The Unofficial Story, a documentary about the growing number of people unsatisfied with illogical explanations for the events of 911. Its the first mention of nano-thermite I`ve seen in the main media (as well as free-fall buildings, molten metal, iron-rich microspheres, lateral ejections, and pulverized concrete) You can watch it on their website here.

The comments are of interest as well, including this one from Rob Tamaki:

`As one of first Professional Engineers to have signed on to the AE911Truth petition (approx. no. 38 out of 970 presently), I stand firmly behind the science demonstrating that the collapses of WTC 1, 2, and 7 can only be explained by Controlled Demolition.

I only caught the last few minutes of the program this evening, and I am pleased that the issue of the finding of nanothermite was introduced. However, it really needed more time to be able to develop the details behind this research more carefully. It needs to be stressed that this was no ordinary material. It is of a highly processed composition that is capable of being developed only within the most advanced research or military laboratories in the world.

Brent Blanchard tried to argue that because there was no seismic signature, the buildings could not be brought down by controlled demolition. But this is exactly the relevance of nanothermite. Nanothermite does not produce the kind of seismic shock wave that C4 or RDX might. It would not produce a seismic signature. Blanchard's supposed clincher is really completely irrelevant.``


Mike said...

Hi Anne,
We've been busy and I just wanted to drop a quick hello and commend you on your blog. I really appreciate that you are hip to the ever-growing Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth. In light of the recent evidence surrounding nanothermite, it's pretty unbelievable that the official fairy tale still holds currency for some people.

Our garden keeps expanding (should be about an acre next year), but we have to be careful to leave time for construction projects. We bought a BCS, and are generally pleased with it, so thanks for your feedback earlier in the Spring. I'm still working at the highschool and dreaming of no mortgage.

You ran a nice post on small-scale grain production a while back, and I thought you might be interested in the non-electric machines now offered through Ferrari.


Hope you're well. My wife and daughter are back in Nova Scotia visiting family. Beautiful country out east.

Williams Lake

Bishops Homegrown said...

ahhh, it's nice to once again have reached into the cool darkness of winter to have a moment to check out your blog my friend.

Isn't it terrific to see so many waking up to the truths of our world and out of the slumber of the 9/11 and swine flu conspiracies. It actually gives me some amount of hope that things can and will change for the better.