Beyond Misinformation: 9/11 FGNW

Clerk Note: Pretty much sums up why my belief that 9/11/2001 was nuclear.


Beyond Misinformation: 9/11 FGNW


By: Maxwell C. Bridges
Date: 2016-03-11

This article makes the case that Fourth Generation Nuclear Devices (FGND) were used on September 11, 2001 at the World Trade Center. In doing so, it discusses why the leading theory of Nano-Thermite proposed by many influential leaders in the 9/11 Truth Movement does not go the whole distance and is therefore wrong. This work demonstrates evolution in the beliefs of the author when presented with new information, although much of this article's content has been published previously.

1. Fourth Generation Nuclear Devices & 9/11

2. Slaughtering the Nano-Thermite Sacred Cow

3. Running the numbers on NT

4. Test the Samples

5. Sleight of Hand

6. Maintaining the Under-Rubble Fires

7. Horse shoes, arches, and "steel doobies."

8. Controlling the Opposition

9. Efforts to Debunk 9/11 Nuclear Devices

10. Report 1: Study of Traces of Tritium at the World Trade Center

11. Report 2: Characterization of the Dust/Smoke by Paul Lioy et al

12. Report 3: Hard Evidence Repudiates the Hypothesis that Mini-Nukes Were Used on the WTC Towers

13. High-Temperature Thermitic Reactions

14. FGND: Nuclear Paradigm Shift

15. Directed Energy

16. The History of W-54

17. Blackmail of Bush 1 & 2: Sales of the W-54

18. The Dirt on That

19. Dr. Thomas Cahill and the Continually Regenerated Fine Particles

20. Decontamination and First Responder Ailments

21. EMP and Electromagnetic Energy

22. Vehicle Damage

23. Hot and Spicy Thermitic Particulates and Cars

24. Conductive, Corrosive and Abrasive Dust and Vehicle Fires

25. Embrittlement

26. Cover-Up, Tight Security, and Destruction of Evidence

27. Nuclear Scientific Research

28. Summary: Fourth Generation Nuclear Devices

29. 9/11 Tetris: The Theory Stack with the Fewest Gaps

30. Acknowledgements and Credits

31. Enough to Alter Conclusions?

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