9/11 Day of Deception – Video Contest with a 911 Short Video by Ethan Stroschein

9/11 Day of Deception – Video Contest with a 911 Short Video

Posted by: Phil_Jayhan on 05/09/2007 12:53 PM
This is a video entry to a contest at William Thomas Middle School, and the entry was made by Ethan Stroschein. Please take the time and watch this short 911 video. It is rather compelling, as short as it is.

Ethan uses newsclips from the 9/11 tragedy in order to make a case for his thesis on the cause of 9/11. Visit the link below to view this new short 911 Documentary. (About 8-10 minutes)

http://www.idahoexaminer.com/videocontest/4199/911-day-of-deception

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Bin Laden’s Oxford days – Was said to have been “deep” for his age

Posted by Phil Jayhan, May 7, 2007

Friday, 12 October, 2001, 10:20 GMT 11:20 UK

Original link:  http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/1595205.stm

Bin Laden’s Oxford days

Bin Laden (far right) poses with his brothers and two Spanish girls

Bin Laden (far right) was said to be “deep” for his age

Photographs of Osama Bin Laden on a visit to Oxford in 1971 have come to light after their owner recognised him in widely-publicised pictures from the same year.

The pictures are owned by a Spanish woman and one has been published in a Spanish newspaper showing 14-year-old Bin Laden with two of his brothers and two glamorous Spanish girls as they attended a language course.

Their owner said she had made scribbled diary notes by the photos, and remembered Bin Laden sounding educated, and seeming “deep” for his age.

But she said she did not recall him being interested in politics, or particularly concerned with religious duties.

Concubine

Saudi-born Bin Laden did not appear to be into rock music or fashion, and did not like the 1970s London scene, the El Correo newspaper reported.

He used to tell the Spanish girls that the foreigners who walked around London were a bit crazy.

The photograph (above) was taken in an Oxford park, where the woman recalled going for a walk one evening after taking tea.

Bin Laden (far right) appears with his older brothers and seems a gangly teenager, with a slightly awkward smile.

The other, as yet unpublished, pictures are reported to show the group having a picnic, and Bin Laden punting a boat.

Their owner recalled Bin Laden’s sadness when he told how the three brothers had different mothers and that his mother was a concubine.

Freeway Collapse Bears No Relation To WTC Buildings

Posted by: Phil Jayhan

April 30th, 2007

Freeway Collapse Bears No Relation To WTC Buildings

Stop The Lie
Monday, April 30, 2007

Comment: Debunkers are already using this to attack the 9/11 truth movement in claiming that this explains the collapse of the towers and WTC 7. Syndicated radio host Neil Boortz attacked Alex Jones this morning, claiming that this refutes the controlled demolition hypothesis. In reality, the freeway collapse is completely different and the comparison is ridiculous.

I can already hear defenders of the official account screaming “See, fire can cause a steel structure to collapse-the bridge collapsed!”

Comparing the circumstances surrounding the fire and subsequent partial collapse of this bridge to the circumstances surrounding the fires and subsequent complete collapse of the towers and WTC 7 is flawed from end to end. This fact should be obvious to most people; but let’s point out a few things just in case they weren’t already noticed.

1. This was an open air environment where flames were able to reach their absolute maximum temperature; white-hot and shooting upwards of 200 feet in the air.

2. Those 200 foot flames were acting on a single support truss that was fastened to the two columns pictured here. That truss (and the connectors that fastened it to the columns) represents a small fraction of the steel that would have been found on a single floor of the towers or WTC 7. So again, far more heat focused on a single truss and no way to redistribute the load once that truss was weakened.

3. You’ll notice that despite the intense fires ability to weaken the truss and connectors that there is NO mention of molten metal in the debris. Also, unlike the debris of the towers and WTC 7, it’s not likely we’re going to hear anything about thermate (specifically used to destroy steel columns) in the bridge debris.

4. You’ll notice that the concrete roadway that “pancaked down” on the roadway below did not cause the lower freeway to collapse. Nor has the concrete disintegrated into a fine powder.

5. You’ll notice the columns were not torn down by the collapse, nor did they evaporate into thin air, rather they are still standing (having only lost the the truss and connectors that held the roadway to them.)

So to quickly recap:

White-hot 200 foot flames acting on a single truss (and no ability to redistribute the load once weakened.)

No molten metal and certainly no thermate found
No column failure
No evaporation / pulverization of concrete
No “pancake collapse”

-Ending with a paragraph from The 1-hour Guide to 9/11.

For the record, few in the scientific community doubt that it’s theoretically possible for a building to experience failure if it is subjected to devastating heat for a sufficient period of time. And additional factors like no fire-proofing, no sprinkler systems, insufficient steel to “bleed off” heat or inferior construction greatly increase the possibility. However, what is “doubted” (or more accurately; considered downright impossible) is that such a failure would resemble anything like what was witnessed on 9/11. -Gradual, isolated, asymmetrical failures spread out over time; perhaps -simultaneous disintegration of all load bearing columns (leaving a pile of neatly folded rubble a few stories high) -no way.

We stand by that assertion. For a more detailed argument see Fire Initiated Collapse – Primary Arguments Against.