Even though building 7 is a big red herring, it’s still fun to watch the pundits and political actors squirm.No tags for this post.
Audiotime: Saturday, Feb 15, 2014
Simon and I review his site from the past week, discussing these two threads:
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences : http://www.cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=1696
THE STREET-VIEW VIDEO CLIPS : http://www.cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?t=457&p=2389240#p2389240
Simon could be an expert in 9/11 imagery analysis based on time spent practicing and analyzing:
10000 hours – http://www.wisdomgroup.com/blog/10000-hours-of-practice/
In the book Outliers, author Malcolm Gladwell says that it takes roughly ten thousand hours of practice to achieve mastery in a field. How does Gladwell arrive at this conclusion? And, if the conclusion is true, how can we leverage this idea to achieve greatness in our professions?
Rick Potvin made some notes: http://www.network54.com/Forum/153202/thread/1392534022/CLUES+FORUM+REVIEW+by+AB+and+SIMON–+ep87a
Hoi Polloi (often a critic) has a good review:
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I listened to the latest mini-show from Fakeologist last night and I think the message is sounding clearer and clearer. Ab called this show 87a (fakeologist.com/2014/02/15/ep8… … mon-shack/) to indicate it is meant to focus just on Simon and CluesForum.
Among the good points raised, were tidbits like:
- most people are just fooled by imagery and nothing more
- the crassness of the small number of players making repeat appearances
- re-emphasizing the terrible proportions and angles of the fabricated composites/scenery/imagery
- the importance of repeating our denial of lies, repeating ourselves to counter the propaganda, esp. making the best points
Unfortunately, sometimes it sounded a bit meandering and occasionally off point. Or sweeping throw-away lines which sound like assumptions were made. But the strong points kept appearing and that was encouraging and I agree with lux that although it sometimes feels slow, the truth eventually can “sink in” and usurp the endless lies. Continue reading
The twin towers were in good hands.