Tuesday, February 1, 2011
National Geographic Propaganda Program
The National Geographic channel has recently aired a whole string of 9/11 documentaries which perpetuate the official lie. Both 'How It Was' and '9/11: Science and Conspiracy' conveniently omit any reference to the smoking gun...WTC 7! In '9/11: Science and Conspiracy', the producers introduce the piece as an objective pitting of "conspiracy theorists" against science (As if these were the two polar opposites). They proceed with an experiment to find out if jet fuel is capable of reaching temperatures that can deform a steel beam. And, of course, it did. The trouble is, the beam they used was admittedly much much smaller than the actual support columns in WTC 1 & 2. As a welder, I can tell you that heat displacement varies enormously depending upon 1.) the thickness of the steel and 2.) the grade of steel. Different kinds of steel behave in different ways. The same temperature that may contort a piece of 1/8th inch angle iron will do absolutely nothing to the shape of a piece of 1 inch angle iron. So the experiment was a wash to begin with.
Next they offer up a research project by Purdue University by which we are to learn that the impact of the jet into the building can actually cause it to collapse. I'll not bother at this point to elaborate on the scientific facts offered by Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth on this subject - You can watch this for yourself on several videos to be found here on my blog. However, an interesting point of research - The federal government has funded Purdue Universities science department for years. They receive very large amount of money from Big Brother, and as we know, it is not wise to bite the hand that feeds you.
World Trade Center 7 fell into its own footprint at an accelerating free fall speed nearly 7 hours after the first two towers fell and it wasn't hit by anything but some debris. THE FACT THAT ANYBODY EVEN HAS TO SPELL THIS PHENOMENON OUT TO ANYBODY IS COMPLETELY ABSURD! And yet, most Americans just don't bother to question this.
I guess, ultimately, we get the kind of government we deserve.
National Geographic has, apparently, been bought...Is anyone surprised?