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Where did the towers go? : evidence of directed free-energy technology on 9/11

Author: Judy D Wood
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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To determine what happened on 9/11, all available evidence must be considered. We cannot pick and choose which observable facts we may want to explain and then ignore the others. Any explanation must consider all the available evidence ... None of the facts, events, anomalies, or phenomena that have been listed, discussed, and analyzed in this book can be explained by airliner crashes, jet fuel fires, or any scheme  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Judy D Wood
ISBN: 9780615412566 0615412564
OCLC Number: 704874500
Description: xxxvi, 500 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 26 cm + 1 card (17 x 25 cm)
Contents: The billiard ball example --
The "jumpers" --
Magic shows and the power of suggestion --
The bathtub --
Seismic impact --
Conventional controlled demolition: "bombs in the buildings" --
Dustification --
Where did the buildings go? --
Holes --
Toasted cars --
Tissue beams and tortilla chips --
Weird fires --
Dust cloud rollout --
Fuzzballs --
Lather --
Perceptual conformity --
The Tesla-Hutchison Effect --
Hurricane Erin --
Earth's magnetic field on 9/11 --
Tesla-hurricane-magnetometer correlation --
Rolled-up carpets.
Responsibility: by Judy Wood.
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To determine what happened on 9/11, all available evidence must be considered. We cannot pick and choose which observable facts we may want to explain and then ignore the others. Any explanation must consider all the available evidence ... None of the facts, events, anomalies, or phenomena that have been listed, discussed, and analyzed in this book can be explained by airliner crashes, jet fuel fires, or any scheme of controlled demolition. A comparison of the 911 evidence collected with the evidence of results produced by the well-established Hutchison Effect shows that a similar technology was employed in the destruction of the towers ..."--Page 483-484.

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by shotgunsusie (WorldCat user published 2013-03-13) Excellent Permalink

Factual evidence proving the original story told to all the world is a lie.  Also all alternative media that has jumped on the bandwagon of explosions also shown to be propaganda.  Welcome to the truth, whether you like it or not.  They control free energy technology that was...
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