Comments by scientistcitizen

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Posted on September 18 at 2:45 p.m.

A superb article. Refreshing to have a real investigative
article instead of the character assassinations and vitriol that
pose as "news reporting."

The independent investigators have done their homework. I find nothing on the debunking sites that stand up to the scientific scrutiny that Jones/Gage/Griffin have offered.

The metal spheres indicate formerly molten metal. The characteristic elemental signature strongly suggests they were derived from a thermite source. Now, they have identified unreacted nano-thermitic explosives.
What's more, once this material is ignited, it produces the
spheres that are found throughout the dust.

The debunkers really have nowhere to retreat to, except
in ad hominum attacks, ignoring physical facts, and their
(hopeful for them) mind-stop pejorative charge of "conspiracy theorists."

Well, I'm afraid that conspiracies happen all the time. Ask
any police investigator, or prosecutor. This term is a shallow
refuge of no-nothings. It is meant to prevent you from
asking important, necessary questions by eliciting fear.
Don't fall for it. Ask the questions. Think critically. These
brave researchers have.

Jones/Gage and Griffin have provided overwhelming evidence. We can either look away and ignore our
responsibilities as citizens, or we can demand a new
independent investigation.

On Twin Towers, Twin Myths?

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