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This article by Stan Goff is essential reading. It was the first thing I read on 9/11 that poked a great big hole in the story. Goff focuses on the Flight 77 fairy tale, an airplane allegedly expertly piloted by someone whose flight skills were so dismal, he could not rent a Cessna the summer of 2001.
For the first 30 minutes after an explosion inside the Pentagon, the wall stood intact. Then it collapsed. This is of historic record, but I also have it firsthand from Steve Inskeep of NPR, who was my colleague in the 1990s covering the New York State capitol. He was one of the first reporters on the scene, and was there before the collapse, and watched it. Here is what the building looked like for half an hour. There is no jet airplane or impact zone to be seen. Try to find photos like this still online — it’s very difficult.
Architects and Engineers documentary that I reference several times, “Explosive Evidence.”
Here is an important paper from the Journal of 9/11 Studies about the Pentagon attack in context.
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Also note, Jeff Strahl writes, regarding AE-911 Truth membership: “3,657 is the number of degreed architects and engineers who have signed the petition. I don’t know how many are P.E.’s or P.A.’s. You can view the full list at that page, scroll down, each signatory lists degrees and licenses. A P.E. license requires a test, you need a bachelor’s to take the test, it’s hard. Engineering classes in college are marked on a curve (usually), otherwise 70-80% would have routinely failed most of the ones I’ve taken. P.E. tests show no such mercy.”
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Special STARCAST edition on 9/11 astrology published Sunday, Sept 10