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Paul Rigby
06-21-2009, 04:28 PM
Norwegian State Radio initiates public debate on 9/11 Truth

http://zelikow.wordpress.com/2009/05/22/norwegian-state-radio-initiates-public-debate-on-911-truth/


On Wednesday, May 20th 2009, more than 7 years after the 9/11-attacks, alternative perspectives penetrate the Nowegian State Broadcasting Corporation NRK, for the first time, in the program ‘Her og Nå’ (’Here and Now’ -ed.) on NRK Radio P1.

Three Norwegian scientists has publicly attempted to discredit the University of Copenhagen’s findings in a recent scientific paper covering an extensive analysis of dust from the attacks on Manhattan in 2001. The Norwegians do not express direct support for the Bush/Cheney-conspiracy theory about Usama bin Laden.

Everything you can’t get on Britain’s spook-controlled MSM - a rational, public & substantive exchange on the proposition that nano-thermitic material is present in significant quantities in WTC 9/11 dust. Utterly riveting, even to a non-scientist.

Peter Lemkin
06-21-2009, 05:12 PM
Norwegian State Radio initiates public debate on 9/11 Truth

http://zelikow.wordpress.com/2009/05/22/norwegian-state-radio-initiates-public-debate-on-911-truth/


On Wednesday, May 20th 2009, more than 7 years after the 9/11-attacks, alternative perspectives penetrate the Nowegian State Broadcasting Corporation NRK, for the first time, in the program ‘Her og Nå’ (’Here and Now’ -ed.) on NRK Radio P1.

Three Norwegian scientists has publicly attempted to discredit the University of Copenhagen’s findings in a recent scientific paper covering an extensive analysis of dust from the attacks on Manhattan in 2001. The Norwegians do not express direct support for the Bush/Cheney-conspiracy theory about Usama bin Laden.

Everything you can’t get on Britain’s spook-controlled MSM - a rational, public & substantive exchange on the proposition that nano-thermitic material is present in significant quantities in WTC 9/11 dust. Utterly riveting, even to a non-scientist.

The Norwegian scientist brought-up some good points on additional tests to be run [all are in progress already], but the Jones' responses deflected, IMO, any serious doubt that serious consideration still must be given to the evidence presented - that this component of the dust was nano-thermitic in nature. And that is something you just don't keep in the janitor's closet on every fifth floor for stopped drains or rodent control!!!!!

Control of the UK or US MSM?!....perish the thought!! :marchmellow: