Monday, September 29, 2008


UPDATE: Dave discusses his hypotheses with Vyzygoth in an interview (recorded September 30) available at this link.

One of the most daring and most credible theorists regarding the events of September 11, 2001 is our compatriot 911 Blimp Dave, much of whose most compelling research is hosted at his 911 University site.

His newest musings regarding the possibility of the use of multiple mini-nukes at the World Trade Center towers may be viewed HERE. This is his abstract of that section, titled "'Ground Zero' Energy Surplus":

Having first recognized the vast energy surplus accompanying the destruction of the World Trade Center on 9/11, and having then connected the dots on the evidence that points to widespread molecular dissociation at "Ground Zero", we now consider the possibility of the simplest and thus most likely potential source of the form of energy capable of accomplishing that feat: fissionless fusion energy, released from multiple very-low-yield thermonuclear devices.

Sunday, September 28, 2008

THE WRINGER: Pete Bianco Interviews David Kennedy

Pete Bianco, our good friend (and my colleague at WHCL) has begun uploading some of his excellent interviews to a-infos radio including this recent program with anti-Fluoridation activist David Kennedy. Listen live to The Wringer from 8-10 AM Wednesdays on WHCL 88.7 FM, Clinton, NY, with streaming HERE.

Monday, September 22, 2008


Was the collapse of Building Seven a blunder or a distraction? Whatever the case, it doesn't hurt to remember that this couldn't possibly have happened except by controlled demolition.

And here's some hard science, as opposed to what NIST has been offering up lately:

(Thanks to Lynne!)

Wednesday, September 03, 2008


Aside from the fact that John Zogby is from my hometown, I consider that John's new book The Way We'll Be is one of the best non-fiction books I've read in years. John Zogby goes way beyond the current election, and offers a truly hopeful message about the resiliency and resourcefulness of Americans, reaffirming our independence of thought and our basic common sense and common decency. From a purely social standpoint, there is no Apocalypse waiting in the wings here. There may be a crisis or two ahead, but we'll make it.

So I really looked forward to John's appearance on The Diane Rehm Show today (as part of his book tour). John was scheduled for the second hour, which is usually the province of "features"--i.e., lots of books about diseases. A discussion with John Zogby about the positive conclusions reached in The Way We'll Be would have been a relief from all the usual cancer talk. Of course, the Rehm people had other ideas. Not satisfied with a positive show that would have actually made people feel better, they had to turn it into an ambush. They brought in a "con" guest (David Moore, who has a book of his own "debunking" polls) and there was absolutely no discussion of John's book. Nor was there much discussion of anything but the current election, and how polling relates to elections, specifically. (John handled this discussion in stride, naturally.)

My only conclusion is that the types at The Diane Rehm Show want to keep the discussion narrow and divisive--and depressing. Hence the parade of the walking wounded Diane Rehm interviews on a daily basis. There is no joy or hope offered either in so-called Public Radio or in the partisan ranting that dominates commercial radio. It's all about keeping people edgy, if not downright angry. In fact, there are very few decent talk hosts I can think of working today, particularly my friends Pete Bianco, a colleague at WHCL-FM, and Vyzygoth. Pete lets his guests speak, and does not attempt to railroad the discussion, a la Rehm. Vyz is without peer in the realm of internet radio.

The shame is, John Zogby wrote a genuinely good, valuable, and upbeat book in The Way We'll Be--and was not permitted to discuss it on national radio. I'd be willing to sign a petition to have Diane Rehm put on an ice floe, though chances are she'd be replaced by someone just as bad (or worse).

And we should send Rush Limbaugh a nice cerebral hemorrhage, just for balance.

Monday, September 01, 2008

"Good 'n' Plenty--A Holocaust of Flavor?" Not quite.

UPDATE (9/24/2008): The ad copy reads, "Realize Your Sweet Dreams. Collect Elite Packages and Fly To America." Just who is doing the dreaming here? (Thanks again to Vyz.)

UPDATE (9/22/2008): This Israeli magazine ad for Elite Candy Bars actually falls into the category of "predictive programming" (or at the very least "unsettling coincidence") since it appeared between 1997 and 2000. (Thanks to Vyz for this image--and for the update.)