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The Official 9/11 Lie 

Letter to the editor.

Young parents are wowed by their children's abilities on the computer. Older parents are agog at their teenagers' facility with the cell phones, iPods, remote control devices and other gadgetry. Americans are enthralled with new technology.

Is ability to use technological gadgets an indicator of a person's overall intelligence? Ironically, at the same time that we have more and more technology at our fingertips, our knowledge of science appears to be on the wane.

Our ignorance of science is displayed prominently in our reluctance to question the official 9/11 narrative. The discovery that the government's story about 9/11 is a lie, entails science and reasoning overcoming our blind faith in authority and our faulty assumptions about the integrity of people in power.

While human beings and particularly lawyer/politicians are known to lie with regularity, a scientific premise can be tested again and again until it is eventually accepted as scientific truth or proven false. The official 9/11 story hasn't been subjected to this type of scrutiny. Americans are instead told we should accept without question a preposterous tale, which says that the laws of physical science were suspended on the fateful day of Sept. 11, 2001.

The rubble underneath the World Trade Center has pools of molten metal, which remained like lava for weeks after the attacks. The recent scientific discovery of military grade nanothermite in the World Trade Center residue provides a scientific explanation for this phenomenon which political and television rhetoric cannot.

When the 9/11 events are thought of as a sneak attack we react emotionally. As we think of 9/11 as a crime, we become receptive to looking at the evidence. The 9/11 Truth Movement is really about looking at the forensic and physical science. While forensics can't identify a perpetrator, it can identify a murder weapon.

Forensics indicates that the murder weapon at the World Trade Centers was nanothermite, which was first created and produced in the U.S.

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