9/11 and SEPTEMBER CLUES

Updates & comments about the movie that exposed the 9/11 scam

Postby D.Duck on November 24th, 2009, 1:24 am

brianv 4 Nov 23 2009, 11:53 PM wrote:
D.Duck 4 Nov 24 2009, 12:35 AM wrote: Brian,

Why don't we call them and ask if there is anything they want to know.

D.Duck


Like where to get a good War Crimes Lawyer maybe? I'm sure someone here could help them in that direction!


Well, I was thinking more in the direction of letting them know that the animators and the photo-shop guys have fucked up all the good work the psyops department has done and the ship is leaking badly.

D.Duck

PS/Lets start a new thread about it and keep Simons thread clean.
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Postby SmokingGunII on November 25th, 2009, 4:31 pm

ozzybinoswald 4 Oct 28 2009, 06:50 AM wrote:
simonshack 4 Oct 27 2009, 06:58 AM wrote: This is a hilarious insult to human intelligence (hmm...does that sound right?)

It was published today on Italy's largest newspaper and (in substance) says:

Some letters have been found which were on board of one of the airplanes which impacted the Twin Towers.
ROMA : "A letter (postal envelope) carried by one of the airplanes that crashed into the Twin Towers was found by an eyewitness of the event, a technician who was working in a nearby building and saw the event but escaped unharmed. He later returned to the roof of that building and found the letter, slightly charred in one corner but still legible. Only two such letters were known until this day - this is the third. The letter was written by a native of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, and was addressed to his uncles in California."
:blink: :lol: :ph43r:



http://www.repubblica.it/2009/10/sezion ... melle.html


Simon, Simon, Simon...so much to learn.

That letter was speeding along at 540 mph. Ya know? I read over at the JREF that even a tomato traveling at that speed could have penetrated those towers. This is just science.

A plane has considerable surface area encountering the tower's resistance upon impact. Since it's mostly empty space inside it should just about be able to pass through the tower's side. And then it would be halted and explode inside. And we know this is the case because we have the video evidence.

Meanwhile, a tomato, because it's filled with pulp (which I'm sure you would concede is more substantial than air), will maintain velocity, exit through the other side and likely come to rest somewhere in, say, South Dakota or Wyoming. It's impossible to determine exactly so don't quote me. Just ballpark.

Ah, but a letter in a plane? First off, the plane has absorbed the initial brunt of the force of impact. A properly sealed letter has very little room for air inside. Yes? It would slice through the other side of the tower and what's to stop it? Rain? lol! It just passed through a tower! It's not going to stop for non-solids at all. It's going to easily knife through rain and snow. A letter would continue circling the Earth, gradually losing speed, and in 8 years time it will complete the circuit and wind up pretty much exactly wear it was launched. It's common knowledge. Do the math if you like. :P


Not forgetting the passport that somehow escaped a jacket/trouser pocket also making it to the pavement/sidewalk.

There was also the guy who took photos (retired Bank of America dude) who found a handful of boarding cards. Couldn't have been easy with all that paper raining down on Manhattan.

If only Einstein was here today to see what a load of old rubbish his theory of relativity turned out to be. :P
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Postby simonshack on November 29th, 2009, 10:59 pm

SmokingGunII 4 Nov 25 2009, 03:31 PM wrote:
If only Einstein was here today to see what a load of old rubbish his theory of relativity turned out to be. :P



I'm not worried about Einstein - or even relativity.

I'm concerned about some of 'the popular science' diffused on the internet: Please have a look at this 'tutorial" :P

"How to make sense of the movie September Clues"
http://209.85.129.132/search?q=cache:ol ... it&ct=clnk


"POINT 5" is priceless:

Unfortunately there isn’t much you can do about anything. Aside from letting others know and a protest or two, you’re relatively powerless. Don’t beat yourself up about that and just do the little things you can.
http://www.septemberclues.info
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Postby godzilla on November 30th, 2009, 7:24 pm

simonshack @ Oct 29 2009, 07:53 PM wrote: WOW !

Looks like the (huge) monthly bandwith limit we have for

http://www.septemberclues.info

IS EXCEEDED once again !

That's very good news. The whole world is watching, it seems... :) I'll have to fork out another few bucks to increase the bandwith limit once again !...


The bandwidth appears to have been surpassed again.
"It's not a matter of what is true that counts but a matter of what is perceived to be true." - Henry Kissinger
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Postby simonshack on November 30th, 2009, 8:30 pm

godzilla @ Nov 30 2009, 06:24 PM wrote:
The (septemberclues.info) bandwidth appears to have been surpassed again.


Yeah, it should be up again tomorrow - December 1 ...

Tried to save a few bucks hoping it would make it to the end of the month - damn, I'm so stingy !... ;)
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Postby SmokingGunII on November 30th, 2009, 10:08 pm

Simon, out of interest, how many unique visitors are you attracting to the site?
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Postby godzilla on November 30th, 2009, 11:04 pm

simonshack @ Nov 30 2009, 12:30 PM wrote:
godzilla 4 Nov 30 2009, 06:24 PM wrote:
The (septemberclues.info) bandwidth appears to have been surpassed again.


Yeah, it should be up again tomorrow - December 1 ...

Tried to save a few bucks hoping it would make it to the end of the month - damn, I'm so stingy !... ;)


I wish I were in a position financially to help you with that Simon. Thank you for all you do.

B)
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Postby simonshack on November 30th, 2009, 11:22 pm

SmokingGunII @ Nov 30 2009, 09:08 PM wrote: Simon, out of interest, how many unique visitors are you attracting to the site?


I'd look it up for you - but I have a feeling nothing is really to be trusted as far as numbers are concerned here on the internet. Let me just tell you that the bandwith we have now is huge - yet we don't make it to the end of the month... B)
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Postby fbenario on December 10th, 2009, 10:49 pm

(Simon, please move this comment to whichever thread you think is most appropriate.)

I wonder if we could convince anyone to reward us monetarily for informing the world that the real conspirators are sitting in government/military offices, and working for all levels of mainstream media, all over the world.

Not only is the existence, and size, of these payments for contributing to a fictional narrative absurd, but they quote a 'man' named Sims. Ludicrous.


100K reward for Moussaoui tipster; 2nd in case

Gov't gives 100K reward to 2nd tipster in Moussaoui case; far smaller than 1st 5M award

Another former instructor who independently made a separate call to the FBI that day said Wednesday that he still has received nothing.

"I'm kind of flabbergasted by the whole thing," said Hugh Sims, of Fort Myers, Fla. "I don't know where we're going to go from here."

http://wire.antiwar.com/2009/12/09/100k ... in-case-2/
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Postby fbenario on December 14th, 2009, 2:35 am

I posted this article on my Facebook page today, with the comment "I wish his trip got snagged in a movie theater playing septemberclues.info."


Gates’s Trip Hits Snags in Two Theaters

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/12/13/world ... lobal-home
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Postby fbenario on December 15th, 2009, 5:32 pm

How funny - kind of like taking a picture on 9/11 of a nonexistent, faked 'plane' 'hitting' a building.


Quantum camera snaps objects it cannot 'see'

The same method could one day be employed to produce satellite images of objects hidden behind clouds or smoke, using the sun's radiation as the photon source, says Shih. Doing that may require a photon counter beneath the clouds, but could allow a top-down view not possible using conventional methods.

http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn13825
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Postby ozzybinoswald on December 15th, 2009, 6:45 pm

fbenario 4 Dec 15 2009, 05:32 PM wrote:How funny - kind of like taking a picture on 9/11 of a nonexistent, faked 'plane' 'hitting' a building.


Quantum camera snaps objects it cannot 'see'

The same method could one day be employed to produce satellite images of objects hidden behind clouds or smoke, using the sun's radiation as the photon source, says Shih. Doing that may require a photon counter beneath the clouds, but could allow a top-down view not possible using conventional methods.

http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn13825





Well that conjures up this classic:


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FIRST EVER IMAGES FROM COCKPIT OF FLIGHT 175 ON 9/11

Thanks to a new invention called PPP (Penetrating Photographic Process), we now have an opportunity to actually see inside the cockpit of flight 175 just seconds before it smashed into the tower.
http://profindsearch.com/flight_175_cockpit_9_11.htm

Image

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Postby fbenario on December 17th, 2009, 10:36 pm

They should also ban faked, doctored images and videos from news broadcasts - especially of 'planes' 'hitting' buildings. Well, at least it's a step in the right direction.


Twiggy's Photoshopped Olay ads banned in England

In August, British lawmakers called for a ban on the digitally altered ads, suggesting they mislead the public. And, in the ensuing months, the U.K's Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) received hundreds of complaints from the public, claiming the Olay images were "socially irresponsible" and could have a "negative impact on people's perceptions of their own body image, " The Guardian reports.

Finally, yesterday, the ASA banned the complete set of Olay Twiggy ads, ruling that the post-production retouching could give consumers a "misleading impression of the effect the product could achieve."

http://shine.yahoo.com/channel/beauty/t ... nd-554961/
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Postby brianv on December 17th, 2009, 10:51 pm

fbenario @ Dec 10 2009, 10:49 PM wrote: (Simon, please move this comment to whichever thread you think is most appropriate.)

I wonder if we could convince anyone to reward us monetarily for informing the world that the real conspirators are sitting in government/military offices, and working for all levels of mainstream media, all over the world.

Not only is the existence, and size, of these payments for contributing to a fictional narrative absurd, but they quote a 'man' named Sims. Ludicrous.


100K reward for Moussaoui tipster; 2nd in case

Gov't gives 100K reward to 2nd tipster in Moussaoui case; far smaller than 1st 5M award

Another former instructor who independently made a separate call to the FBI that day said Wednesday that he still has received nothing.

"I'm kind of flabbergasted by the whole thing," said Hugh Sims, of Fort Myers, Fla. "I don't know where we're going to go from here."

http://wire.antiwar.com/2009/12/09/100k ... in-case-2/




"I'm kind of flabbergasted by the whole thing," said Hugh Sims , of Fort Myers, Fla. "I don't know where we're going to go from here."

This just jumped out at me!
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Postby idschmyd on December 18th, 2009, 1:16 am

"The new technique uses a light source to illuminate an object. However, the image is not formed from light that hits the object and bounces back [as with a flash]. Instead, the camera collects photons that do not hit the object, but are paired through a quantum effect with others that did."

So that's how you take pics of things which aren't there: you 'pair' them with things that are.
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