February 13, 2015
Hi, I'm Jay. I've argued since about 2006 that the forensic evidence in lower Manhattan suggests a set of high-energy reactions took place on 9.11.01, and that there is a strong argument from thermodynamics which suggests a more sinister truth underlying the official stories.
This is not some easily held belief. It was forged in long-form debate that is recorded in a few places, nor did I come to this conclusion easily.
The day it happened, I was supposed to take my friend to the airport.
Me: Wtf? Where are you?
Friend: Turn on the TV.
My first thought: "People are going to be arguing about this for fucking years." And at first, I paid the lunatic fringe zero attention. It wasn't until Steven Jones published his "Why Indeed..." paper that I thought to look harder.
I know theory. I know it in ways most people deem far too pedantic and unnecessary to their everyday lives. So I thought, just read the official explanation and see if it makes sense. SPOILER ALERT: it doesn't. I couldn't even find a testable version of NIST's theory. Yes, I read NCSTAR 1-3 and 1-3C and 1-5 and 1-5D and the summary and a few others. Not all of them, but many. Still, not testable theory. Just anecdotal versions that do not lend themselves to testing.
My next thought was "if there's no testable theory, how can the defenders of NIST make sense of this? Did I just miss it?"
Turns out, I did not just miss it. There isn't one. But still, we are to believe office fires heated steel to the point of "inevitable collapse" without any need to find corroborative forensic evidence for this theory. Moreover, it downplays or completely ignores anomalous (yet significant) evidence, like the many-layered accounts of molten metal, sub-terranian explosions, etc.
All of this adds up to insider complicity. No surprise. There were and are literally trillions of dollars up for auction. It's no surprise that some powerful hands got their operational claws into so many critical places at the right times.
Here are a few links to arguments/blogs I've been a part of:
one of the early ones, originally on JREF before it got coopted by the international skeptics*:
At any rate, I'm opposed to any group that would have me as a member, but thanks anyway.