|What's your assessment of the Directed Energy Weapon (DEW) hypothesis?|
|Written by AE911Truth Staff|
|Wednesday, 21 May 2014 08:22|
Introduction by AE911Truth staff
We've decided to update a three-year-old Frequently Asked Question that is receiving renewed attention in light of three recent episodes of Jesse Ventura's "Off the Grid" show. In the first episode, the host reviews his "Book of the Month Pick," Where Did the Towers Go? The Evidence of Directed Free-Energy Technology on 9/11. In the next two segments, he conducts a two-part interview with the book's author, Dr. Judy Wood.
Our FAQ asks: "What's your assessment of the Directed Energy Weapon (DEW) hypothesis?" Before you read the amended version here, you might want to hear Ventura explain why he finds the DEW theory credible here then listen to Ventura query Dr. Wood on her theory here and here. The segments run a total of 28 minutes.
We trust you'll agree, upon reading our revised FAQ, that it definitively refutes the DEW argument — an argument that, we posit, is nothing more than "a pure hypothesis in search of facts."
If you think we've missed mentioning any other points of divergence between our contention that the Twin Towers were brought down by a combination of explosives and incendiaries and Dr. Wood's claim that directed free energy "dustified" the skyscrapers, be sure to let us know.
By the way, you might also be interested in Ventura's fourth-and-final episode devoted to 9/11, which focuses on World Trade Center 7 and refers to AE911Truth.
And you can catch Richard Gage's response to questions posed to him about Dr. Wood's hypothesis in this seven-minute video, which is also contained in the list of references at the bottom of the FAQ.
READ THE FAQ HERE: http://www.ae911truth.org/news-section/41-articles/505-faq-3.html