Originally posted on: 2005-11-15

Original location: http://blog.chrisheath.us/?p=10

Tucker Carlson interviewed BYU Professor Dr. Steven Jones about his paper released recently.

Here's the abstract:

"In writing this paper, I call for a serious investigation of the hypothesis that WTC 7 and the Twin Towers were brought down, not just by damage and fires, but through the use of pre-positioned explosives. I consider the official FEMA, NIST, and 9-11 Commission reports that fires plus damage alone caused complete collapses of all three buildings. And I present evidence for the explosive-demolition hypothesis, which is suggested by the available data, testable and falsifiable, and yet has not been analyzed in any of the reports funded by the US government."

Below the fold I've posted a little exchange from the interview, and a link to the video.

Pre-Posted on Heathbar's Crunch.


Alex Jones (not the prof!) is hosting video of the 5 minute exchange (windows/asf format :: right-click to download) where Carlson interrupts plays dumb, and bumbles like he's channeling GWB.

JONES: I'm not going to let you off the hook. I really want to do this experiment with you.
CARLSON: We don't have a lot of time for experiments professor, but if you could just give us one thing to hold on to.

Tucker, I think the experiment, which you did sidestep, was his one main thing for you to hold on to.

What a dolt!

Go see the clip for yourself, and watch a clip of WTC 7 collapsing since Tucker wouldn't play it.

PS: I haven't read the professor's paper fully, yet... but I plan to. I'll post again on it for sure.

DoublePS: This 'paper' seems to be the scientific explanation of the reality we all experienced on 9/11/2001 that 'Santaists' have been trying to avoid ever since that day. To me, this story (if you can call it a story) is parallel to DarkSyde's atheism diaries in that the official story of that day appears absurd when you begin to really 'do the work' (as professors and teachers often instruct).

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