Mini-Me: 9/11 Convergence + NEW Information + Comment by Robert Steele + List of Advance Warnings from Over 13 Countries

Categories: 9/11 research
Who?  Mini-Me?

Who? Mini-Me?

Huh?

TOP SITE: Consensus 9/11

A.  General Consensus Points

B.  Consensus Points about the Twin Towers

C.  Consensus Points about the Collapse of World Trade Center 7

D.  Consensus Points about the Pentagon

E.  Consensus Points about the 9/11 Flights

F.  Consensus Points about US Military Exercises On and Before 9/11

G.  Consensus Points about the Political and Military Commands on 9/11

H. Consensus Points about Hijackers on 9/11

I. Consensus Points about the Phone Calls on 9/11

V. Consensus Points about Official Video Exhibits Regarding 9/11

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Mar 11

Berto Jongman: Ex-CIA Pilot, Son of Bill Lear(jet), Gives Sworn Testimony No Aircraft Hit Either Twin Tower — Will 9/11 Unraveling PLUS Pedophilia Catalyze Revolution USA?

Categories: 9/11 research
Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

Ex-CIA Pilot Gives Sworn Testimony That No Planes Hit The Twin Towers

US Will Have To Rebut Or Accept Statement As Truth

A former CIA and civilian pilot has sworn an affidavit, stating that no planes flew into the Twin Towers as it would have been physically impossible.

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John Lear, the son of Learjet inventor, Bill Lear, has given his expert evidence that it would have been physically impossible for Boeing 767s, like Flights AA11 and UA175 to have hit the Twin Towers on 9/11, particularly when flown by inexperienced pilots:

‘No Boeing 767 airliners hit the Twin Towers as fraudulently alleged by the government, media, NIST and its contractors’, he stated in the affidavit.

‘Such crashes did not occur because they are physically impossible as depicted, for the following reasons: in the case of UAL 175 going into the south tower, a real Boeing 767 would have begun ‘telescoping’ when the nose hit the 14 inch steel columns which are 39 inches on center.

‘The vertical and horizontal tail would have instantaneously separated from the aircraft, hit the steel box columns and fallen to the ground.

‘The engines when impacting the steel columns would havemaintained their general shape and either fallen to the ground or been recovered in the debris of the collapsed building.

‘No Boeing 767 could attain a speed of 540 mph at 1000 feet above sea level ‘parasite drag doubles with velocity’ and ‘parasite power’ cubes with velocity.

  • The fan portion of the engine is not designed to accept the volume of dense air at that altitude and speed.
  • The piece of alleged external fuselage containing 3 or 4 window cutouts is inconsistent with an airplane that hit 14 inch steel box columns, placed at over 500 mph.  It would have crumpled.
  • No significant part of the Boeing 767 or engine could have penetrated the 14 inch steel columns and 37 feet beyond the massive core of the tower without part of it falling to the ground.

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Mar 6

Cynthia McKinney: Support ReThink911!

Categories: 9/11 research
Cynthia McKinney

Cynthia McKinney

Dear Friends and Fellow Supporters of ReThink911,

I’m Cynthia McKinney—former U.S. Congresswoman, Green Party presidential nominee, and life-long social justice activist—and like you I have been watching in amazement at  ReThink911’s remarkable growth over the last two months. Take it from someone who has run for office nearly a dozen times—raising $225,000 for a campaign is no small feat. From the bottom of my heart I want to congratulate you and share my appreciation for AE911Truth and every coalition member who helped organize this extraordinary campaign. This September is sure be an historic moment in the march toward truth and justice for the events of 9/11.

When the ReThink911 campaign informed me that their next goal was to commission a professional public opinion poll to release just before September 11th, and they needed $15,000 to do it, I said, “My goodness, that is so important! What can I do to help?” And so, I am writing to ask if you would donate generously toward this important piece of the ReThink911 effort.

Already we have raised over $10,000 of the $15,000—which means we’re more than half way there!

Please go to ReThink911.org, and give as generously as you can. Your support is tremendously appreciated.

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Aug 11

Reference: Smart Nation Act (Simplified) 2011

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Original Online (.doc 1 page)

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Aug 17

Non-Geek Digerati Anti-Intellectualism

Larry Sanger

Is there a new geek anti-intellectualism?

Is there a new anti-intellectualism?  I mean one that is advocated by Internet geeks and some of the digerati.  I think so: more and more mavens of the Internet are coming out firmly against academic knowledge in all its forms.  This might sound outrageous to say, but it is sadly true.

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Robert David STEELE Vivas

 

Robert David STEELE Vivas: Digerati are not geeks.  They are adept at social media, a process, rather than the substance of any discipline.  Their scorn for the mandarins of knowledge would not be possible if academia had not lost its soul, sanctioned massive intellectual corruption, and fragmented itself to the point of irrelevance.  The serious educational literature (not something the digerati read) is clear: inspiration and innovation

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emerge faster, better, and cheaper from minds that are prepared, to include a foundation of memorization and a deep familiarity with the thinking of those who have come before.  The digerati point of view half-right and is embodied in Smart Mobs, Wisdom of the Crowd, Everything is Miscellaneous, and Maria Popova’s latest thought, that “information curation is the new authorship.”  The digerati approach splits the roles of originator of an idea and connector of an idea down, and assumes that “the collective” can replicate and even surpass the individual human brain, without recognizing that the whole is only as good as the sum of the part foundation plus whatever the collective adds.  My own finding re Wikipedia is that the mob destroys intellectuals.  My own efforts to enhance the Open Source Intelligence page there were destroyed by idiots that “assumed” that because I pointed to oss.net so much (to many of the 800 people whose work is there including the 144 that received Golden Candle Awards) I was “self-promoting.” The digerati are fragile and very shallow, and by Larry Sanger’s very interesting account, a new form of neo-Luddite.  The academy is corrupt and fragmented–we are in an era where all forms of organization have lost their soul and whatever semblance of philosophical context they may once have possessed.  We are suffering from the Paradigms of Failure that I discussed in the pre-amble to ELECTION 2008: Lipstick on the Pig (EIN, 2008).  There is only one option leading to stabilization & reconstruction:  INTEGRITY.  The digerati aren’t–as a general rule–very appreciative of holistic thinking or in-depth expertise–they are a spoiled generation badly in need of some personal suffering and exposure to global reality–IMHO.

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Jun 13

In “borderless” cyberspace, nation states struggle — M4IS2 Anyone?

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Analysis: In “borderless” cyberspace, nation states struggle

By Peter Apps, Political Risk Correspondent

Reuters LONDON | Thu Jun 9, 2011

EXTRACT:

“The nature of cyberspace is borderless and anonymous,” R. Chandrasekhara, secretary of India’s telecommunications department, told a cyber security conference in London last week organised by a U.S.-based think tank, the EastWest Institute. “Governments, countries and law — all are linked to territory. There is a fundamental contradiction.”

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Tip of the Hat to Chris Pallaris at LinkedIn.

Phi Beta Iota: The national secret intelligence communities mean well, but they are cognitively and culturally incapacitated  in relation to both the global threats and the global infomation sharing and sense-making possibilities.  It may just be that the solution has to come from a private sector service of common concern that can provide the integrity now lacking in governments and most corporation.  Scary thought.  M4IS2 is inevitable….delay is costing trillions.

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Jun 11

Directory of Leak Sites

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http://leakdirectory.org/index.php/Leak_Site_Directory

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Jun 3

Cooperation Is Pledged By Nations Of the Arctic

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Cooperation Is Pledged By Nations Of the Arctic

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New York Times, May 12, 2011

NUUK, Greenland — The eight Arctic nations pledged Thursday to create international protocols to prevent and clean up offshore oil spills in areas of the region that are becoming increasingly accessible to exploration because of a changing climate.

The Arctic Council — the United States, Russia, Canada, Iceland, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden — said the protocols would be modeled on a separate agreement signed here in Nuuk on Thursday to coordinate search-and-rescue operations over 13 million square miles of ocean.

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Phi Beta Iota: This is potentially world-changing, but pedestrian at this time.  Legal and logistics arrangements institutionalize old ways of doing things–slow, expensive, often inappropriate ways.  Much more exciting would be for the nations to agree to create an Arctic M4IS2 Centre, perhaps based in Copenhagen or in Oslo, with an emphasis on sustainable energy and climate change to begin with, but rapidly filling out to provide holistic analytics across all threats and helpful to the harmonization of spending across all policies.  Such a center could be innovative from the first day if it includes all eight tribes of intelligence in its organizational and outreach schema, creating a model for both the United Nations and for each of the continental political organizations.

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May 12

WATER Central to Man Against Nature

Headlines, Comment, and Lists of Book Reviews Below the Line…

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May 10

Journal: Cheery Waves Flags How Supercomputers Alter Science

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Digging Deeper, Seeing Farther: Supercomputers Alter Science

By JOHN MARKOFF

New York Times, April 25, 2011

SAN FRANCISCO — Inside a darkened theater a viewer floats in a redwood forest displayed with Imax-like clarity on a cavernous overhead screen.

The hovering sensation gives way to vertigo as the camera dives deeper into the forest, approaches a branch of a giant redwood tree, and then plunges first into a single leaf and then into an individual cell. Inside the cell the scene is evocative of the 1966 science fiction movie “Fantastic Voyage,” in which Lilliputian humans in a minuscule capsule take a medical journey through a human body.

There is an important difference — “Life: A Cosmic Journey,” a multimedia presentation now showing at the new Morrison Planetarium here at the California Academy of Sciences, relies not just on computer animation techniques, but on a wealth of digitized scientific data as well.

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Comment and Seven Graphics Below the Line…

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Apr 25