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Reveal the real truth about 9/11

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March 21, 2011 |

On April 3, two full years will have passed since a scientific paper of supreme importance for our nation was published in the peer-reviewed “Open Chemistry Physics Journal.” Seven scientists and two research associates collaborated to produce this paper, and the lead author is a highly respected, world-class nanochemist.

Based on two years of intensive research, this paper reveals that tons of tiny particles of the high-explosive nanothermite were present throughout the dust and rubble of the Sept. 11, 2001, disaster. Nanothermite is an ultramodern explosive, developed for our military and reserved only for their use.

Also present in the dust were vast numbers of iron-rich microspheres. These inevitably occur as the signature end product of nanothermite explosions.

The single logical conclusion that can be drawn from these findings is that large quantities of nanothermite were used in the controlled demolition of the three skyscrapers that fell on Sept. 11. Strongly supporting this conclusion is the fact that in the more than 100-year-old history of steel-framed buildings, these are the only ones ever to have collapsed — and all on a single day. Moreover, these collapses in all respects precisely matched known controlled demolitions.

Despite the profound importance of these scientific findings, the mainstream corporate media have remained almost totally mute on this subject — the only exception being a recent brief discussion by Geraldo Rivera in which, surprisingly, he called for a new, truly independent Sept. 11 investigation.

Perhaps the mainstream media’s near-silence concerning this crucial evidence is to be expected when we recall that William Colby, former director of the CIA, is on record as saying, “The Central Intelligence Agency owns everyone of any significance in the major media.”

Such an overwhelming control of our news and information sources by any government agency is obviously dangerous, and if not corrected, could easily destroy our form of government and civil liberties.

To examine an active attempt to deal with this danger by more than 1,400 architects and engineers, see http://www.ae911truth.org.

Don Kyhos

Davis

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