Sunday, August 26, 2007

Professor Margulis calls 9/11 "the most effective television commercial in the history of Western civilization."

Lynn Margulis, AB, MS, PhD – Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts - Amherst. Elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1983. Former Chair, National Academy of Science's Space Science Board Committee on Planetary Biology and Chemical Evolution. Recipient of the National Medal of Science, America's highest honor for scientific achievement, in 1999, presented by President William J. Clinton.

"Whoever is responsible for bringing to grizzly fruition this new false-flag operation, which has been used to justify the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq as well as unprecedented assaults on research, education, and civil liberties, must be perversely proud of their efficient handiwork. Certainly, 19 young Arab men and a man in a cave 7,000 miles away, no matter the level of their anger, could not have masterminded and carried out 9/11: the most effective television commercial in the history of Western civilization."

For more on her accomplishments and her views on 9/11, see her page at Patriots Question 9/11:

Is Professor Margulis aware of the evidence that faked images of planes were broadcast on 9/11? 9/11 was not just a televised event, it was a television event.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Too bad Jeff was not a structural engineer. He was a bio major and electrical engineer.

Which means he know about Fish and running wire and cable.

He's as qualified about physics and structural engineering as an optometrist would be about heart surgery.