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Topic: The Physics Establishment: Choir Of Parrots
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Re: The Physics Establishment: Choir Of Parrots
Posted: Aug 10, 2006 6:04 AM
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"Schoenfeld" <schoenfeld1@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1155195584.802701.286290@h48g2000cwc.googlegroups.com...
|
| John P. wrote:
| > "Schoenfeld" wrote in a message
| >
| > > Why haven't the Wittens of the world, the Wheelers, their loyal
| > > groupies, those so called 'experts' who love to sell fables on
| > > gravitation and call others 'laymen', those who love to tell others
| > > that they 'have no chance', realized yet that Galilean physics
destroys
| > > the 9/11 official story to shreds at first sight? Why are these
physics
| > > elites still telling us that buildings can spontaneously freefall into
| > > themselves, freefall through concrete?
| >
| > The bigger question is, why do people continue to ask how the WTC
buildings
| > fell at freefall speed, which the claim to be around 9.5 seconds for the
| > towers and 6.5 seconds for WTC 7, when the evidence indicates the towers
| > fell in 14+ seconds and WTC 7 in 13?
|
| Because people can use a clock, they can count seconds, and they can
| see for their own eyes.

And when they do, Galileo is proven correct. What is your point?

Androcles.






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