Tom Stoneburner of Texas doubts, Saturday, August 14, 2004, that there are many real anomalies about 9/11
Cell phones that work in planes
THE linked article on your website, Miracles and Wonders of 9/11 , contains some questionable things. In the claims of 'impossible' cell phone calls and the 'Pentagrass' comment, where is the documentation?
Granted, it is a short column. However, many of the 'obvious problems' with the official story of 9/11 are nothing more than the product of overactive imaginations or planted disinformation. Where are the experts?
If the cell phone calls from planes in mid air were impossible, where are the experts from the airline and cell phone industries?
If the object that hit the Pentagon was 'really' a missile or alternate vehicle, where are the engineers and military experts?
I was briefly engaged to a young lady that worked for Dr. Henry Lee. He is probably the best forensic scientist in the US. I browsed through the Lee Institute's collection of material on President Kennedy's assassination while waiting for my fiance to finish her workday.
I saw the same bad analysis of 'obvious problems' in regard to the assassination as I see with the current crop of 9/11 theories.
* A featured speaker at this year's (2004) Real History weekend in Cincinnati (September 3-6).
DAVID IRVING writes: