More on the Vancouver Hearings

Don Fox has set up a blog, where you can download talks from various speakers:
Some fun stuff to explore there.

Fox appears to be a mini-nuke proponent, though I have not really "vetted" him, I only heard him on Fetzer's show talking about Honneger's, Kollerstrom's and Praeger's talks.

I heard Clare Kuehn on this Fetzer show, where she defended Woods DEW stuff. Apparently, Wood wouldn't go to the meeting, and was even mad at Kuehn for talking on her stuff... who knows what the hell Wood is thinking. At least, it seemed to me that all the DEW people have left that can't be explained by mini-nukes is:
1) vague "field" effects-- ie.e nonsense
2) apparent levitation of vehicles-- based on various odd reports which are hard to evaluate, or pictures where history of scene is not known
3) weird fires -- which are explainable in various ways

Honegger has some REALLY good points about the Pentagon attack-- how it was actually central to 9/11 being more than just another OK city or WTC 1993 bombing, and key for starting the world wide US military response to terror. And of course, it was an inside set-up, with a fake-plane crash and various ruses... I haven't gone through all her material. There is a ton!

An important point about the Pentagon attack is that it is HIGHLY unlikely the Mossad set it up and completely covered it up with US help, so there needed to be some major US military complicity. In the case of the Pentagon attack, we can say the US MIHOP, with good certainty.