“LIVE” 9/11 102 minute movie musings

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Interesting article placed by Andy Tyme over at the Fetzer Blog. There are 4 posts in a row worth reading. I still puzzle over Andy’s stance – he’s been the only voice over there that consistently echos the cluesforum.info stance, but I still don’t think he’s totally on board with the . Andy hasn’t responded to my requests for an interview on fakeologist radio (if he reads this, the offer still stands).

Back in the mid-1970s, when communications satellite links began to replace terrestrial microwave towers and buried coaxial cables for distributing TV network feeds to local stations in the USA, the paradigm of live-transmission (from whatever program streams were originating in each network’s master-control room in NYC) continued virtually seamlessly.

via The Real Deal with Jim Fetzer podcast: w/ Stew Webb / David Goodman.

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2 thoughts on ““LIVE” 9/11 102 minute movie musings

  1. psyopticon

    Tyne didn’t even get past his first sentence, before dropping a formidable clanger. Perhaps that was by design.
    He’s pitching himself here as a media insider, with expertise in outside broadcast, weaving in technical jargon to drive home his qualifications to comment.
    Yet he immediately heaves in the totally flaky claim that “satellite” telecommunications are a practical reality, and were used in the 9/11 Media Hoax.
    There’s plenty of discussion on Cluesforum that should help the layman to realise that man-made satellites are 100% hoax – a fraud. All “satellite” telecommunications rely on a principle known as ionospheric refraction – bouncing radiowaves off the ionised layer of the atmosphere. Known colloquially as “skywave”, it is a phenomenon that was recognised, if not understood, back in Marconi’s day. Yup, the “satellite” deception is more than 100 years old!

    1. ab Post author

      I agree completely. Sometimes I overlook these transgressions for the broader point. I dare say that more people question 9/11 than even think to question nukes and sats.

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