Comment: I love science, but finances dictate my immediate concerns

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I love science, but finances dictate my immediate concerns

If only more people were as interested in science as the OP! The comment below about Japan and German citizens being more doubtful of the "official" story of 9/11 due to their better grounding in maths and sciences is true in my experience.

I have given up trying to get people interested in the physics behind 9/11. I'm not trying to discourage that effort, don't get me wrong. It think the Architects and Engineers for 9-11 Truth have the right idea on that front.

My efforts in generating individual inquiries into 9/11 have shifted from physics to economics. Donald Rumsfeld announced on 9/10 that the Pentagon could not account for USD $2 trillion. This announcement never received the attention it deserved because of the events on the following morning.

Two trillion dollars would go a long way to easing our impending financial woes as a nation.

If the accountants investigating that missing money were indeed killed as a result of the impact into the Pentagon on 9/11, well, that should receive even more attention.