Editor's Note: Investigative reporter Russ Baker launched the online publication WhoWhatWhy.com five years ago to do what he calls "forensic journalism"—that is, reporting that is "rigorous, relentless, and scientific." Sounds like a description of AE911Truth's research, doesn't it? In mid-August, Baker wrote an article about the NYC Coalition for Accountability NOW (NYC CAN), and interviewed its founder, Ted Walter. You can read the piece here:
Editor's Note: We republish a brilliant little gem that reflects upon Newton's law of universal gravitation—a law that was still in effect on 9/11, judging by the photographic evidence. The article, written by "Down Under" blogger Dalia Mae Lachlan, was originally published in Flipside News.
Lachlan, by the way, has also authored a series of children's books, "Awaken Your Kids" — one of which, "The Three Tall Buildings," helps youngsters understand what really happened on 9/11 so they can explain it to their parents. Sometimes that's the way the world wakes up.
Stan Beattie, PE, a member of the Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth Presenter Team, became convinced that the official story of the events of September 11, 2001, was false after reading Dr. David Griffin’s book, The New Pearl Harbor, in 2004.
He became so committed to sharing the truth with his fellow Americans that in 2007 he flew from his home outside Detroit, Michigan, to Washington, D.C., to join a protest on the Mall against the Bush surge of the Iraq War. While Stan was walking on the Mall, he met people from DC911Truth, signed their petition, and proudly held up one of their placards. Shortly thereafter, he watched AE911Truth's two-hour Blueprint for Truth. Since then, he has become both an active member of AE's Presenter Team and a financial contributor.
After thanking God for the still-live firemen, Janette and Jim sought refuge in a restaurant some distance away, where other survivors were gathered. There they awakened to the extraordinary awareness of and appreciation for every moment of existence that many who survive a close brush with death experience, where everything is intensely perceived and deep gratitude is felt for the simplest things.