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Sasha



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PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2011 9:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Navy One Step Closer to Using Lasers for Ship Defense
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January 21, 2011 - 'The U.S. Navy is one step closer to developing a ship-mounted laser capable of defending against everything from swarms of speedboats to anti-ship missiles.

After more than two decades of research, scientists at Los Alamos National Lab last month demonstrated the technology, known as a Free Electron Laser, needed to generate a one megawatt beam that could one day provide light-speed close-in defense of Navy ships.'

Think about these systems. The Active Denial System, the ABL, TASER Remote Area Denial, Electro Magnetic Pulse grenades, on and on; the age of blunt force trauma is over for weapons. Invisible beams, pulses and other modulated waveforms will put a sizzle to things without the need for a projectile. Light + Sound = New Weapons

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2011 6:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

leon wrote:
You heard me and you know what I am saying
This site is a small-time intelligence operation designed to capture the US audience that is smart enough not to go for the “loud-mouth” operations like Alex Jones or “UFO-crackpot” Jeff Rense (much more lucrative operations). It is doing so by pretence to “intelligence”, “sophistication”, and a bit of “scientific mysticism”.


I won't put you on the spot by asking for all sorts of proof or evidence but can you possibly give us any kind of "meat" for us to chew on that supports your claims? Do you know of ANY site such as BFN that ISN'T "connected" lol..? I think you need to come a bit tougher than that.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2011 7:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Listen, there is no point in arguing about the technical details of the 911 attack on US


And you want a independent and professional investigation ?.Who ?,funded by who ? bought by who ?.

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Delay and confuse operation by many


But not by you eh ?.

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In my opinion, . But again, it is just an opinion.


Yeah thats all it is,and its worth shit around here.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2011 12:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Basically, seems as though leon is on the brink of arguing in a circle lol...
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2011 4:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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After more than two decades of research, scientists at Los Alamos National Lab last month demonstrated the technology, known as a Free Electron Laser, needed to generate a one megawatt beam that could one day provide light-speed


The people have it in their power to stop these fuckers in their malevolent mischief, by cutting off their financing(stopping payment of all federal income taxes, which would be an excellent start)but they are too stupid to do so.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2011 5:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree MichaelC.

I am amazed at how much people will let go by. We are all talkin' in a circle here. Unless the critical mass is on board - change goes nowhere.

It is interresting how the highest gas price in history here (where I live) gets put on the 3rd or 4th burner, while the distract and hold stories come out. For example, Provincial gov pensions here are about employee pays $1 to the taxpayers $22 - pretty sweet deal. This will get tossed around for 2 weeks then settled by a tri-partite panel of cronies. Then we have the Canada Winter Games here in Feb - more bubble gum.

All the while over the past year, we have been getting raped at the gas pump. Of course the gov revenue generated is attractive so they say not a thing. This is what ticks me off with media. Shallow coverage and the mindless distractor lines....while real economic factors are in play.

There is a reason for armies. Protect the elitist fraternity scumbags from us. Over time we dropped the scythe, swords and axes for car keys and Iphones.

Something becomes too specialised and it quickly goes the way of the dinosaur.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2011 6:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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This coincidence was amplified by the fact that one tenant occupied all of those floors – Marsh & McLennan (Marsh), which at the time was the world's largest insurance brokerage company. One other tenant, Sumitomo Bank, shared part of floor 96 with Marsh.


Did Cantor Fitzgerald operate out of a broom closet? NO, They had ALL of the 4 floors just above the impact Zone, AND at the time they had 25%-OR ( controlled ) 1/4 of the daily multi-trillion dollar treasury security market.

In that regard, those directly below as they related to the food chain of Power, were mere bottom feeders.

Benard Cantor ( company founder ) had a virtual museum up there, Did you know that? Anybody know that? Lot's of very valuable art work of all kinds. In fact there was lots of art work in and around the WTC complex--Millions upon millions of dollars worth of stuff.

Did you know that much of it is unaccounted for? Some of it removed, or lets just say, RELOCATED in the days prior to 9-11?

Anyway in the grad scheme of things, especially when you're talking about TRILLIONS of dollars worth of damage being done to the World Economy as a result of the INCIDENT, what's a few Million bucks worth of hardware? I mean who's ever gonna miss it, who's ever gonna ask about it or it's relevance?

Maybe we should ask some of those first on scene, maybe they know what happened to some of it.

That granite sculpture: Remember that thing? It survived the collapse only few photos ( one or two, maybe three ) show that as being a fact--So where is it? What happened to it?

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Panel members were Saul S. Wenegrat, former director of the art program for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, who commissioned and curated the public art at the World Trade Center; and Jane Long, director of the Heritage Emergency National Task Force.

Wenegrat and Long described how the public spaces and private offices of the World Trade Center were filled with works of art by hundreds of artists, including such luminaries as Alexander Calder, Louise Nevelson, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Roy Lichtenstein, Paul Klee, Auguste Rodin and Le Corbusier.

They explained how corporations, non-profit organizations and government entities in the World Trade Center and in nearby buildings contained irreplaceable records, including the archives of the Helen Keller International Foundation, the Port Authority and the Broadway Theatre Archives. Safety deposit boxes and vaults of World Trade Center banks housed family records and heirlooms, including photographs documenting the presidency of John F. Kennedy.

Long also addressed the steps that can be taken by collecting institutions to safeguard their records and archives in emergency situations.

Wenegrat, the first to speak, gave an overview of the high profile art in public spaces that was destroyed. He first explained that in 1969, as part of the planning of the World Trade Center, the Port Authority had adopted a "percent-for-art" program, allocating up to 1 percent of the construction costs to be spent for artworks in public spaces.


http://www.loc.gov/loc/lcib/0211/911-treasures.html

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2011 4:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hombre wrote:


That granite sculpture: Remember that thing? It survived the collapse only few photos ( one or two, maybe three ) show that as being a fact--So where is it? What happened to it?



Hombre,do you know any links for where i can see the sculpture ?.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2011 8:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

9/11 Fake The Incredible Moving Verrazzano Bridge




9/11 TV Fakery: A Bridge Too Near


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 24, 2011 3:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

skinters wrote:
Hombre wrote:


That granite sculpture: Remember that thing? It survived the collapse only few photos ( one or two, maybe three ) show that as being a fact--So where is it? What happened to it?



Hombre,do you know any links for where i can see the sculpture ?.




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I only know of that publishing history through a September 2002, article in Art in America, by Janet Koplos, titled, "WTC sculpture: lost or destroyed?" which tells us that

"Masayuki Nagare's large public sculpture Cloud Fortress (1975)survived the collapse of the World Trade Center but was lost in the rescue and recovery efforts. When a photograph of the smoking ruins appeared in New York magazine's Oct. 1, 2001, report on the attack, the black stone sculpture stood, intact, in the foreground. It may have been precisely its position that was fatal: the sculpture was set at the Church Street entrance to the central plaza. According to sources at Jason McCoy Gallery, which represents Nagare [see review on p. 136], as well as Mark Wagner of Voorsanger Architects, who is involved in the archiving of art fragments recovered from the site, the sculpture was bulldozed and removed, probably within the first 24 hours, to allow heavy machinery to facilitate the rescues anticipated in those early hours. No trace of it has come to light at the landfill on Staten Island or elsewhere. The sculpture seems to have endured like a fortress and then vanished like a cloud."


http://web.archive.org/web/20040905035224/www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1248/is_9_90/ai_91210281

Grainy pic lifted from a blog--credit>> Goes to Steve.

http://stevenwarran.blogspot.com/

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 24, 2011 4:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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the sculpture was bulldozed and removed, probably within the first 24 hours, to allow heavy machinery to facilitate the rescues anticipated in those early hours.


That dont make sense if you take a look at this,

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That picture looks like it was taken a lot later looking at how much debris have been removed and the relaxed demeanor of the soldiers.

Hombre why do you think this is significant ?.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 24, 2011 7:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Why is it significant? Well--it's not been found anywhere, not in the landfill, nor in the public eye. Where is it? What became of it?

How much was it worth, real value--what about the historical value after the fact? Wink

Most attorney's would say something like " IT DEMONSTRATES THE CHARACTER, or goes to the character of those charged with CLEAN UP--SECURITY--the likes thereof!!! "---Your honor! Laughing

Surely not all of those given parades, or called HERO'S, could be considered LOOTERS--But...............didn't that actually happen on a Nickle and dime basis? Sport coats and what-nots!!

Personally I think it points toward some entity knowing it's worth, along with countless other items that most of which just seemed to have disappeared right into that giant dust cloud~~ the one called gypsum board--!

Anyway here's the thing that really gets me:

Of all those who try to research what really happened in an open and honest, common sense way,--there's 2-3 x's that number who STOP at nothing to prove them WRONG by using BOGUS AMMUNITION.

It's a tireless set up con job of disinfo galore, one that should have died long long ago, yet it lives on. THAT--should speak loud and clear to any and all who question the official lie. Those that are honest humans anyway.

It's like these clowns will have you to believe that the Earth is flat because some scientists has a peer reviewed paper stating that it's plausible, or possible, or true on the second Monday of every odd Month. Laughing Laughing

In reality it's an F,ING INSULT~

There was an element of sophistication unleashed on those buildings that day that can't EVER be dismissed by faulty design, fire, planes, or WTF EVER--and anyone who leads you to believe otherwise is completely full of shit.

Nobody is going to take this hill and plant their flag, some of us learned that long long ago. What they really want to do is have you believe that at the end of the day all they really want is the truth, and that truth to them, is best achieved by steering any and all dumb enough to follow, into the abyss of disinfo!--

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