9/11 - The Third Tower

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Old Jul 9, 2008, 8:54am   #257
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TBH guys, i'm amazed by the lame stupidity on display here.

It seems no surprise that it is some of the same individuals struggling to cope with this reality, who also post the most lame, weak, uneducated, novice like, baffling, stupid, worthless bolloc** about trading.
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Old Jul 9, 2008, 8:56am   #258
 
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and a further thought for the conspiracy theorists...

when the men in dark galsses leave secrtet files on the train, or post them to the wrong address - why is the data always boring stuff like NI numbers and info on spying tactics? Why no talk of invasion by Mars or secret control by higher powers?

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Old Jul 9, 2008, 8:58am   #259
 
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I've heard estimates of 100 people needing to be involved. All of these 100 people will have been high up on the NWO pyraimid, so keeping a secret will not have been too hard.
do you believe in UFO's?

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Old Jul 9, 2008, 9:00am   #260
 
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I've heard estimates of 100 people needing to be involved. All of these 100 people will have been high up on the NWO pyraimid, so keeping a secret will not have been too hard.
I can imagine the talk in the office;

John - we're planning to wax a few thousand people - do you promise not to tell the wife?
Dave - Can't do that John
John - OK, I'll ask Pete then.



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"Wisdom is knowing how little we know." Socrates
Sweet, sweet irony...LOL
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Old Jul 9, 2008, 9:11am   #262
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do you believe in UFO's?

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But as it goes, our solar system is part of the milky way galaxy. If the Milky Way galaxy were shrunk down to the size of North America, our solar system would fit inside a coffee cup. The sun is one of about 100 billion stars in our own galaxy, called the Milky Way.

Galaxies are enormous swarms of stars, dust, gas, and dark matter held together by gravity. The sun is one of about 100 billion stars in our own galaxy, called the Milky Way. If you think that’s incredible, imagine this: The Milky Way is just one of billions in the observable universe!

Most galaxies are found in clusters of about 150 galaxies, bound together by each other’s gravity. Our Milky Way is part of a small cluster of some 30 galaxies called the Local Group. Clusters of galaxies are often collected in superclusters. Our Local Group is part of the Virgo Supercluster, which contains several thousand galaxies.

Galaxies range in size, containing anywhere from 100,000 to 3 trillion stars! They also come in different shapes.

Therefore i'd be extremelly surprised if other forms of life, (if not many, at least one!) similar to ours on planet earth, did not exist. Wouldn't you?

Whether or not such civilisations have made it into our earths atmosphere is somewhat unknown. I've seen no compelling evidence.

But i certainly do not doubt that there is a high chance of life outside our solar system, and life inside and outside our galaxy, the milky way.

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Old Jul 9, 2008, 9:19am   #263
 
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But as it goes, our solar system is part of the milky way galaxy. If the Milky Way galaxy were shrunk down to the size of North America, our solar system would fit inside a coffee cup. The sun is one of about 100 billion stars in our own galaxy, called the Milky Way.

Galaxies are enormous swarms of stars, dust, gas, and dark matter held together by gravity. The sun is one of about 100 billion stars in our own galaxy, called the Milky Way. If you think that’s incredible, imagine this: The Milky Way is just one of billions in the observable universe!

Most galaxies are found in clusters of about 150 galaxies, bound together by each other’s gravity. Our Milky Way is part of a small cluster of some 30 galaxies called the Local Group. Clusters of galaxies are often collected in superclusters. Our Local Group is part of the Virgo Supercluster, which contains several thousand galaxies.

Galaxies range in size, containing anywhere from 100,000 to 3 trillion stars! They also come in different shapes.

Therefore i'd be extremelly surprised if other forms of life, (if not many, at least one!) similar to ours on planet earth, did not exist. Wouldn't you?

Whether or not such civilisations have made it into our earths atmosphere is somewhat debatable. I don't know, how could i. But i certainly do not doubt that there is a high chance of life outside our solar system, and life outside our galaxy, the milky way.

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it wasn't a dig - don't take it that way.

I just think many people don't like boring truths.

I agree there's a high likelyhood of life on other planets - but laugh at the idea that they travel a gerzillion miles to say hello, then dn't actually bother in the end. Or that our governments would be smart enough to keep such intelligence quiet. Your subsequent post is only relevent should you believe there's some likelihood of "UFO's".

That some people actually believe this is, erm, interesting. And a high % of these people go along with most other conspiracy theories, I suspect.

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Old Jul 9, 2008, 9:19am   #264
 
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when tragedies unfold, it is the unpreparedness that results in people reacting in ways that seem, at the time, to be inappropriate. people also interpret things in terms of their own experiences.

how many times have you heard people describing a bang, when it was a gunshot, as a "car backfiring"?
when was the last time you heard a car backfire? its a (stereotypical) term used to explain something that is outside someones experience. In LA, I dare say some, used to gunfire, wouldnt make that mistake.

the hearing of "explosions" in the towers could be the building "creaking" under the strain of floors falling, or metal buckling.
if people are unaware of what happens to buildings under stress, they will interpret things in terms of their own experiences.
have you ever heard a house "settling"? the little creaks and sounds are not "small explosions".

"Pull it": you are attributing a specialised phrase used by demolition experts to a businessman. This rich guy probably never did a days hard labour in his pampered life, yet he is supposed to use terms which are being interpreted in a context that he may not have meant.
I am sure there are many everyday terms which may have specific meaning in specialised jobs.
This has to be seen in the same way that "Break a leg" doesnt mean "I hope you fracture your femur".

as per dd and the baldes, people are incompetent, and make silly mistakes. thats not a conspiracy.
unless...
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