Friday, March 30, 2007

Who are the 9/11 conspirators?

Among them are those who control AOL/Time Warner, General Electric, Viacom, Walt Disney, Liberty Media, News Corp., Gannett, Bertelsmann, Vivendi, Universal and Sony.
Our news media are largely dominated by these corporations.

Learn who really controls these companies and you'll know who has agreed to protect the conspirators. As you can see, it wouldn't take very many people to agree to a cover-up.

Of course, this isn't the whole story, but it will give you an idea of how it's done.

I notice also that the more credibility the 9/11 truth movement gains, the more organized seems to be the "independent" reaction. Wonder who's funding all thse 9/11 deniers.

Thursday, March 29, 2007

Griffin targets 9/11 energy deficit issue

I have just read a review of David Ray Griffin's latest book, "Debunking 9/11 Debunkers" and would like to check it out.

My thinking has been in the past that not every point made by Griffin is convincing, but that some of his facts are irrefutable.

The review, by Paul Craig Roberts, appears in Information Clearinghouse (google it) and is quite positive. I plan to read the Griffin book ASAP.

One point that Roberts mentioned is that Griffin had determined that there was a major energy deficit in the collapse of the WTC towers. That is, he had determined that gravitational energy was insufficient to bring down the buildings.

Griffin is a theologian with many well regarded books to his credit unrelated to 9/11. I have noted a technical error or two in his first book, but I would hope that he has consulted with engineers and-or physicists on this matter.

Anyway, if you'll take a look at my and look at my piece on energy sums, you'll see that there appears to be a serious problem here.

Thursday, March 22, 2007

A serving of crow

OK. Time to eat crow and take my paranoia meds.

A fellow journalist tells me that a lot of freelance work was taken offline after a court decision protecting the digital rights of free lances. So, I can't say the Times set out to make me a liar by blocking access to my byline articles.

Actually, I never thought my work for the Times was any big deal. But I got fed up with certain people questioning whether I had ever been a working journalist and so I bannered the Times connection atop my blog.

My son found an old Times clip of mine, and I'll be happy to send along a copy upon request. The article is nothing special; the only point of making it available is to affirm that I am, or at least was, a "real" reporter.

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Times makes me a liar

I have just checked the New York Times web archives for my byline "Roger Conant." Nada. None of my old 1980s stories show though all sorts of rinky dink does show.
Cute. Well, what else would I expect?

Friday, March 02, 2007

WTC numbers look funny

I have just completed energy calculations for the World Trade Center's two main towers which seem to imply that in each case the collapse should have petered out after a few floors.
Please see
for more detail.