Friday, August 03, 2007


this will be my last post for a number of weeks. i am off to the canadian maritimes.

but before i leave my computer behind, consider how the NTSB has responded to the collapse of a bridge[a full inquiry, all debris to be collected for reassembly] and contrast it with how the NTSB avoided such an investigation after the events of the day.

i heard the head of the NTSB call the minneapolis bridge site a crime scene. and that it would be dealt with accordingly.

think on how the "collision with terrain" sites of 11/09/01 were dealt with.

the sites were not preserved as crime scenes.

all the probative evidence was hauled away and destroyed.

no formal investigation was authorized.

in fact, the potus mandated the destruction of the crime scenes and the probative evidence.

i could say so much more. but just watch how this bridge collapse is subjected to more scrutiny than the "collision with terrain" sites of 11/09/01.

lastly, i just caught some usmc gunny with a show on the history channel. he is touring cheyenne mtn, colorado. the home of norad. there was an interesting bit when the gunny was shown the computer screens that monitored every bit of north amerikan airspace in real time.

on that day, the history channel camera aimed at a screen that was focusing on the northeast corridor. i paid a great deal of attention to that. it showed all aircraft flying within a 250 mile radius of new york control.

on 11/09/01, cheyenne mtn personnel watched the events of that day unfold.

to the best of my knowledge, none have ever been questioned. by any entity that would report the results of the questioning to the citizenry.

with this, i close for a few weeks and depart for halifax.


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