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Thursday, February 01, 2007

For An Ambush Interview of Someone Who Hasn't Slept for Two Days

I think Judy Wood came off quite well.

Yes, it was a set-up, the point of which was I think to make Wood look bad.


Email me if you want the link to the video, I'm not going to link to that crap.

Oh yeah, and Greg Jenkins is an ass.

Note: is this the same guy? He doesn't quite look like him but he's the only Greg Jenkins, PhD in physics that comes up in google.

3 Comments:

Anonymous shep said...

i agree. i listened to this after stomaching jones&jones. it's odd that in both these interviews, global warming was brought up. i'll have to relisten to this one because it about three hours long.

archives wood show is available here: http://frankferg.onlinestoragesolution.com/a-lane-1-30-07-john-judy-daphne.mp3

12:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is Greg Williams still on the NSA payroll?

At least two papers mentioned in the CV you linked were funded by NSA:

http://www.physics.buffalo.edu/cerne/reprints/ybco_prl.pdf
http://www.physics.buffalo.edu/cerne/reprints/au_prb.pdf

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

This work was supported in part by NSF grant DMR-9705129 and by funding from the NSA.

9:01 PM  
Anonymous shep said...

ambush indeed. i found the actual interview you were discussing now, on google video.

jenkins seems to have a hard time understanding why someone would gather evidence first and examine all the unexplained data before determining what caused the observed destruction. i mean, shouldn't we just run with the first hypothesis regardless if it fits with all the evidence? the fact that Wood cannot name the specific DEW what may have been used certainly does not negate the various anomalies (toasted cars,WTC5/6 holes) outlined in the W&R paper... and jenkins knows this.

he's not stoopid. he knows exactly what to say and when to say it. he dances over the topic of a microwave heating water in food but not paper towels which is, IMO, exactly how one device might operate. resonance baby. MRIs and microwave ovens work on similar principles, no? excite the resonant frequency of one type of material while leaving other material 'unexcited'.

nice job Professor Wood!

11:05 AM  

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