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Wednesday, May 24, 2006

9-11: Cell phone communications impossible in 2001

I read this in the comments section at Raw Story, and thought you should read it.

We're asked to believe that during the Sept 2001 events, passengers called home from the aircraft. One tiny problem: The capability did not exist until 2004, three years later.

  • How were passengers able to talk and leave messages?

  • Were the voice recordings bonafide?

  • Is there something else we need to consider?

  • Why is there a 2004 press release celebrating a "new capability" that we're also asked to believe was "well in use" during 2001?

    Something isn't matching. It's the little things that lead to big things.

    Too many things don't add up.

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    Interesting Links

    PhD Arabic linguist says the bin Ladin tape is bogus Click

    Lawsuit: [ Click ]

    Dogs pulled before attacks; records removed Click

    Buildings fall straight down, but the steel is sheered at an angle [Signs of Thermite, an explosive: Click ]

    ReOpen 9-11: [ Link to the BYU Professor's paper, Click ]

    FL EO [ CLick ]

    Look who's organizing [ Click ]