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    Re: Very Interesting

    VERY interesting.... Y'know, I always wondered about that wreckage, or lack thereof...

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    Wow....think of all the secrets the goverment keeps from us. It boggles the brain.

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    Re: Very Interesting

    Quote Originally Posted by patorean
    Wow....think of all the secrets the goverment keeps from us.
    I try not to.

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    Well, the government has to hide some things that won't panick anyone and cause an uprise. think about it.... everyone in the USA knows something vital, there is a big uprising, we fall. The US Army would try to contain it, but there's no way to contain an entire country uprising :\
    They usually hide for the good, and sometimes because it is an embarrasment, and they don't want to be looked at as "Evil people who can't do the job right"

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    I'm sure there are many, but can someone post an example of a viable secret the government should be keeping from it's electing populus?

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    Conspiracy theories everywhere..

    After watching that video a few weeks ago I did some research and came across some simulations showing the angle of attack of the jet and the effects of the physical structure of the Pentagon on the structure of the jet itself. It largely answered the questions posed in the conspiracy video.

    I don't find the photographs from the security camera as being all too convincing either. They are very low quality and based on the position of the camera to the angle of attack from the jet it would make the jet appear MUCH shorter than it actually is.

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    Diplomacy is the art of saying "good doggie" while looking for a bigger stick.

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    Re: Very Interesting

    Here is a great article concerning 9/11 conspiracy theories. Before you questioni the Author's motives let me tell you this guy is no friend of the Bush admin. or the Republican party. David Corn is the Washington editor of The Nation and author of "The Lies of George W. Bush: Mastering the Politics of Deception."
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    On a side note, you can order a free DVD of a 9/11 documentary, Up From Zero, from the Department of Labor HERE.

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    Re: Very Interesting

    Quote Originally Posted by Benny_
    I'm sure there are many, but can someone post an example of a viable secret the government should be keeping from it's electing populus?
    Anyone?????? (extra ? to get the character count up)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny_
    I'm sure there are many, but can someone post an example of a viable secret the government should be keeping from it's electing populus?
    Anything that the public might panic about and that the public can do nothing to prepare for... Anything that might compromise national security if made public... Anything that involves a stained blue dress...

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    a nuclear attack. why bother... nothing can be done.

    the president and vice president being incapacitated at the same time.

    the presidents agenda for the week.

    the names of ss and cia operatives

    the location of every nuclear test facility.

    the encryption used for the dod network

    how the paper money is printed on is made.

    anything that would cause widespread panic and endanger lives as the result of the mob mentality.
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    How many licks it takes to get the the center of a tootsie-pop?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyzcrak
    How many licks it takes to get the the center of a tootsie-pop?
    ..........600

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