Monday, August 28, 2006

Morgan Reynolds Endorses the Onion's Single Plane Theory

Holy smoke, this guy's pinned the Nutbar-O-Meter!

Here is more food for thought: the same chameleon plane could have appeared at all three events: 9:03a at WTC 2, 9:32-9:37a at the Pentagon, and 10:06a at Shanksville, PA. In truth, the perps only needed the disappearing plane trick at WTC 2 but it is a promising possibility for Shanksville too. The Pentagon event did not really need an airliner but the single plane theory proposed this month as a parody of the JFK single-bullet theory actually might make sense! The same disappearing act by the same secret plane could have been used at all three locations! We shall see if future work bears any of this out.


19 Comments:

At 28 August, 2006 14:51, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

RAAAMMMMOOONNNEEEEE!!!!!!

OMG...He is so insane, he actually makes me feel insane when reading his theories...I know that makes little sense, but it is true...it is like he gets me so riled, that a man of his persuasion and influence could be such a nutbar, that I fear I will actually go bezerk reading it...

 
At 28 August, 2006 15:15, Blogger apathoid said...

This guy needs to be straight-jacketed before he hurts himself or others. Seriously. This dude is so far beyond nutty I cant even laugh at this....

Cue Nessie unmasking him as an evil Zionist strawman shill JOOO..

 
At 28 August, 2006 15:30, Blogger Andrew said...

Of course you guys would never entertain the idea that this highly educated former high ranking member of the Bush administration is nothing but a government disinformation agent

noooo....

really now, whos the crazy one ... ??? ? ?

 
At 28 August, 2006 15:34, Blogger Andrew said...

hint: its not me, or mr. reynolds

 
At 28 August, 2006 15:47, Blogger apathoid said...

really now, whos the crazy one ... ??? ? ?

This is not an either/or thing. More than one of you can be completely nuts....

Andrew, gummint disinfo agents are no less ficticious than the Easter Bunny, Santa Claus, Nessie(Scottish-type), Bigfoot, Chupacabra, Vampires - or the New World Order...they dont exist ecept in the minds of utterly paranoid CT dorks.

Besides, are you saying the ""Scholars" for "Truth"" are unaware of his shilldom? Is Thermite guy a shill too? Ginny Howard? Judy Wood? The entire group?

 
At 28 August, 2006 15:50, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

Charlie Sheen better speak up soon!!!

 
At 28 August, 2006 17:54, Blogger AbrashTX said...

Of course you guys would never entertain the idea that this highly educated former high ranking member of the Bush administration is nothing but a government disinformation agent

That's called arguing from authority. Can you please be a bit more subtle when committing logical errors? This one was a bit boring.

 
At 28 August, 2006 18:27, Blogger CHF said...

These people are nuttier than squirrel shit.

 
At 28 August, 2006 19:11, Blogger James B. said...

Of course you guys would never entertain the idea that this highly educated former high ranking member of the Bush administration is nothing but a government disinformation agent

noooo....

really now, whos the crazy one ... ??? ? ?



Is there anyone involved with the 9/11 conspiracy theory movement who is not a government disinformation agent?

The CTs claim that 70 million people believe that the government was behind it. Well, apparently 69,999,990 of them are government disinformation agents, and the other 10 are still under investigation.

 
At 28 August, 2006 20:17, Blogger Andrew said...

When a guy like this:"Morgan O. Reynolds is professor emeritus at Texas A&M University and former director of the Criminal Justice Center at the National Center for Policy Analysis headquartered in Dallas, TX.

He served as chief economist for the United States Department of Labor during 2001–2002, George W. Bush's first term."

and a guy like this

"Steven Earl Jones is a professor of physics at Brigham Young University. His research includes nuclear fusion, solar energy, and 9/11 conspiracy theories. In the 1980s Jones popularized the term cold fusion, but his experimental work was significantly different from the more controversial cold fusion experiments of Pons and Fleischmann. In 1973, Jones earned his bachelors degree in physics, magna cum laude, from Brigham Young University, and his Ph.D. in physics from Vanderbilt University in 1978. Jones conducted his Ph.D. research at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (from 1974 to 1977), and post-doctoral research at Cornell University and the Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility."

are "taking sides" as leaders of some 911 truth movement and debating whether or not PLANES hit the World Trade Centers on 9/11, you don't think it logical to find it all a bit suspicious? I was all for Jones when he first stepped on the scene, but from what I've seen of his research and methodology i've only grown more suspicious of him and the way he operates as the months go on. But hey, if Jones or Reynolds were selling books it might all make a little more sense to me...

 
At 28 August, 2006 21:19, Blogger AbrashTX said...

Per Andrew's comment at 8:17:

There you go, arguing from authority again. At least you're consistent.

Let me give you a tip: It doesn't matter what kind of degrees a person has. It doesn't matter what kind of resume they have unless it's relevant to the subject at hand. Why do you think a batshit economist who babbles about Area 51 is more believable than the structural engineers who took verified samples?

What matters is whether people can back up their claims with solid evidence--or whether they pull stuff out of their asses (or from some bizarro universe, as Reynolds does).

 
At 28 August, 2006 22:01, Blogger Pat said...

Andrew, it's a double-edged sword. The Deniers embraced Jones and Reynolds precisely because they couldn't be laughed off as nutbar leftists who hated Bush.

But I would certainly agree that the movement should henceforth be very skeptical of conservatives, Republicans and even Democrats who aren't very, very liberal who pretend to join the movement. Everybody's suspect!

 
At 28 August, 2006 22:31, Blogger apathoid said...

When a guy like this...and a guy like this...are "taking sides" as leaders of some 911 truth movement and debating whether or not PLANES hit the World Trade Centers on 9/11, you don't think it logical to find it all a bit suspicious?

No, because they're 'effin batshit looney. I think you are in a little bit of denial here Andrew - your team is overflowing with: 1) certifiable idiots(Avery, Bermas, Rowe, Wood, Spooked 911) and/or 2) certifiable lunatics(The Jones Bros, Fetzer, Reynolds, Barrett, the Jaywalker) and/or 3)pathological liars(Fetzer, Steven Jones, all CT spambots infiltrating message boards throughout the internet) and/or 4) Holocaust Deniers/Anti-Semites(Rajter, Huffschmid, Killtown).

The fact that you have so many varities of CT nutbar should've been your first warning sign that something is very wrong. Instead of facing the prospect that your little "Twoof" movement is a magnet for lunatics/idiots/social degenerates, you decide that they logically must all be shills. De Nial - its not a river in Egypt.

You sound alot like devout Muslims after hearing of terrorist attacks. "But, but, but Muslims could not do this....therefore they were not REAL Muslims..."

 
At 29 August, 2006 05:58, Blogger Chad said...

I stopped reading after "chameleon plane"....

Can't. Wrap. Brain. Around. Stupidity.

 
At 29 August, 2006 10:22, Blogger CHF said...

What kind of movement actually has to sit around and debate whether or not planes hit the WTC towers?

If you can't advance beyond this stage then...well...you're pretty fucked up.

 
At 29 August, 2006 10:33, Blogger JohnReb said...

I can attest to the "disappearing plane" at WTC 2.

I watched as it disappeared right into the side of the building.

 
At 29 August, 2006 12:08, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

Andrew:

The trouble with S.Jones is not that he is a govt shill, as I do not think he is.

The problem is that he is trying to prove something he wants to believe happened, but didn't.

Same goes for all of the "Scholars" who have written papers, every one of them flawed, not through the science they apply, but through the factless base the science is applied to...

 
At 29 August, 2006 21:03, Blogger rocketdoodle said...

Wow.

Just...

wow.

 
At 30 August, 2006 11:59, Blogger Thomas said...

Next-Up: The "No-Towers" Theory.

 

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