The Project for a New American Citizen

Thursday, February 08, 2007

Upcoming Meeting / John Gross of NIST Up on Google


Hello all,
First off we are having our first meeting this upcoming weekend to discuss general upcoming plans:

Sunday, Feb. 11
at Brave New Books 1904 Guadalupe,
at 6pm.

Please type at us if you have any further questions/concerns.

Also, a while back we attended the John Gross NIST talk (on 10/18/06 on UT campus) about the collapse of the world trade center. We've, as of yet, been basically sitting on the video and not doing anything with it due to other endeavors. However, no longer: here's the link to some of his answers, including his ignorance to there being any eye-witness accounts of the molten steel...see it here


Enjoy.

And thanks again to everyone who helped make the Alex Jones event a success!

7 Comments:

  • That was AWESOME! He did an offical investigation, and never seen any of this stuff?
    That's BULLS**T !
    I only have one question for him.
    How much is selling your country out going for these days?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:36 PM  

  • When was the original interview? No doubt stonewalling, but a date would help it be more honest.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:11 PM  

  • Question: if you're just an average observer (Like the firemen/media in the video), who here could say they could tell the difference between molten steel and say, molten aluminum which has a much lower melting point.

    Question 2: Isn't it funny that the WTC collapse was initiated at the top, when controlled demolitions are initiated at the bottom?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:59 PM  

  • Great video, thanks!

    By Blogger -V-, at 3:37 AM  

  • Are you aware that BBC is going to show "the conspiracy files 9/11" this Sunday in the UK? I sure hope it's good.

    By Blogger -V-, at 3:39 AM  

  • Actually it's extremely easy to tell the difference between moltening steel and aluminum. Even though the steel is red hot it still is stronger than molten aluminum. When your around fire and study what it does to different types of metal it becomes pretty easy to tell the differnece.

    By Anonymous An Austin Fireman, at 5:51 AM  

  • Well written article.

    By Anonymous Zinnia, at 5:00 AM  

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