I really thought he was joking, but...nope.spooked911 (1000+ posts) Fri Jun-13-08 01:43 AM
Enough nonsense here-- the WTC towers were nuked
The extreme pulverization of the towers and China syndrome aftermath prove it.
There are many indications that 9/11 was an inside job, but the single most pertinent fact of that day was the use of small nuclear bombs to destroy the WTC.
All honest 9/11 researchers should realize this.
spooked911 (1000+ posts) Fri Jun-13-08 11:39 AM
Response to Reply #4
10. I am serious
you are the one who real people interested in the truth have a hard time believing; everyone knows what you arespooked911 (1000+ posts) Fri Jun-13-08 08:35 PM
Response to Reply #22
27. No one has debunked my claim
I have extensive writings on the nuking of the WTC-- see here:
The evidence is quite strong, frankly, if people would take time to look at the evidence with an open mind, then it should be obvious.
Two of the keys are the extreme pulverization of the tower and its contents, and the extreme heat left behind in the rubble for months that was impervious to millions of gallons of water being sprayed on it and raining on it-- the China Syndrome.
Of course, if you support the official story, you won't even believe that the towers were blown up, despite all evidence to the contrary. So why would you want to believe nukes? But that doesn't mean I am wrong.So, a nuke wouldn't give you "true radiation poisoning" I thought there was usually "scads of radiation" around nuclear blasts but that's just me I guess.spooked911 (1000+ posts) Fri Jun-13-08 11:37 AM
Response to Reply #3
9. china syndrome of extreme heat generation
plus, plenty of responders have had cancer-- including thyroid cancer
I'm not saying there was scads of radiation, it was limited to be sure-- there wouldn't be true radiation poisoning