I have long been intrigued by the power of the term “conspiracy theory,” but not because it contains any useful information. It does not. It is a blunt weapon used to beat people into quiet submission even as they hold views of the world around them at variance with their peers and colleagues. It is a powerful thought control device. Its true content is this:
Just good ol’ dynamite.
I like the collapse, reformation, and collapse again sequence.
Quite a sad story about the rise and fall of the Bethlehem Steel Co.
Interesting parallels to the WTC twin towers rising and felling.
This tower was supposed to have a twin. Building started in 1969. The company went under in 2001.
They spent time removing the asbestos and stripping it down to the steel and concrete floors when all hope of redevelopment was lost.
Is there any doubt that CDI imploded the WTC? Not for me.
In the last couple years, the owners have removed asbestos from Martin Tower and demolished more than 400,000 square feet of ancillary buildings on the campus. The decision to demolish Martin Tower was announced earlier this year after the interior of the building was gutted to the steel beams and concrete floors.
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This comedian’s (?) laugh is like nails on a blackboard, but he makes a point that almost no-one in the whole wide world makes: that the origin story of gravity is ludicrous, which puts the entire theory in doubt.
Most people will refer to this magical force when explaining why they don’t float or fly off the earth as it spins, discounting the easy idea that our weight/mass/density is simply heavier than air, and lighter than the earth we stand on.
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I show up again to hang with the boys.
Hosts: Rollo, Velocet. Panel: exoteric64, noiz_level. Guests: Fakeologist, typoerror.
I like Simon’s musical taste.
The Thievery Corporation has to be one of my favorite contemporary American bands / music projects. For some reason, though, they had somewhow completely slipped out of my mind in later years. Wooh – my mind is getting slippery of late, I wonder why that is? Is old-age-amnesia setting in? Hope not ! 😛 Anyhow, this tune they wrote / recorded back in 2011 isn’t perhaps one of their best ones (musically speaking) – but the lyrics…boy, the lyrics ! CULTURE OF FEAR – by The Thievery Corporation (2011)