On Billiard Balls and Keebler Elves
One of the "Scholars" is apparently upset that people are making fun of Judy Wood for her billiard ball theory. I think this is an unfair accusation, we gave that up a long time ago, we have been making fun of her Keebler Elf theory instead. Let's face it, it is much more entertaining, and who doesn't love those cute little cookie bearing munchkins?
Both inside and outside ST911, there have been outright gross attacks against Prof. Wood, but there's been subtle stuff, as well, which has really (and outrageously) undermined her credibility. For the longest time, we thought the problem was sexism. (That is, at some level the idea of a woman knowing more about engineering than men is being taken as an offense to the male chauvinist sensibility.) I do think sexism plays its part here, but other factors have been in the mix, as well: arrogant egos, jealousy -- and psy-ops, for sure.Well I certainly can't speak about what happens inside of ST911, somehow I doubt they would let me into the inner sanctum at the moment, but I can say definitely there is no sexism going on here. We make fun of Morgan Reynolds, Jim Fetzer and Kevin Barrett way more than her, and the last I checked none of them was a woman. Well, OK, Fetzer and Barrett cry like little girls anytime someone says something mean about them on FoxNews, but that is not quite the same thing.
In other words, a debilitating toxic stew.
The complainer, Ginny Howard continues, with the most unintentionally hilarious line:
I don't think there's anybody else in ST911 who comes close to having her level of expertise for addressing the problem at hand.The sad thing is I would have to agree with her. She is the most qualified member of ST911. That is the problem.
And of course in their typical paranoid fashion, anyone who criticizes a "scholar" must be on the CIA payroll.
One of the things that has driven me WILD is to have to sit back and watch her work being attacked by people who feign expertise but show no evidence of it.Damn those intelligence operatives. I told Pat to quit running covert operations throughout Southeast Asia, but he just won't listen.
Not to mention the intelligence operatives.
She then praises Wood's teaching ability:
The second reason I believe in Prof. Wood's work is that she's a damned good teacher.Hmm, well apparently some of her students don't seem to think so, she got an average score of 1.7, out of a possible 5. Evidently some of them were freaked out by her telling stories of being in a coma for 6 years.
Ginny then goes on to defend her physics:
What people don't realize (though I think the OCT ops do) is the depth of scientific understanding that's hidden from view. Far from having 'forgotten' conservation of momentum, Prof. Wood has complete mastery of the issues involving momentum as they apply to the analysis of the WTC "collapses". They're ACCOUNTED FOR in the way she's set up her thought experiment.Yes, she ACCOUNTS for momentum, by DISMISSING it entirely, saying it isn't enough to have an affect. What is her proof that it wasn't enough? Well, she said so! Weren't you listening?!
So go ahead, spread the word of billiard balls and Keebler Elves far and wide. We have Internet access too. We will be right behind you to clean up.