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9/11: The Simple Facts

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Books on 9/11 tend to get dismissed as "conspiracy theories" but that won’t work with this one, because it contains no theories at all about who did what. It simply focuses on flaws in the official story that have led more than 1500 architects and engineers, with 25,000 years of professional experience (and tens of thousands of others) to demand a new, independent investig ...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published August 2nd 2011 by Shoemaker & Hoard, Div of Avalon Publishing Group Inc
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Jan Stinus Nielsen
May 11, 2014 rated it it was amazing
“Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.”

I was reminded of the famous words of Sherlock Holmes while reading this book. It is a disturbing book. It is a book that leads you to conclusions you do not want to draw. It is a book that leaves you wondering, and probably angry. Are these people really that cynical and evil?

The premise of the book is to let the facts speak for themselves. I can only recommend that you read them and draw your ow
Nov 14, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I had way more questions after reading this book than I thought possible...which was probably the point. I think of myself as somewhat of a conspiracy theorist so I knew I would enjoy this book. I've seen several documentaries and read other books and blogs regarding the conspiracies of 9/11, but this book held more information and new thoughts I hadn't heard or seen before.
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3.5 stars, wish there was more!
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Makes you question the events of 9/11, but then again, how much of the "facts" can we really believe?
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