In Other News September 11, 2012


Dr. Judy Wood joins us on the week of the 11th anniversary of the criminal attacks on September 11, 2001. We talk today about critical thinking as applied to the events that occurred on September 11, 2001, and how Dr. Wood has pointed out the evidence that many others didn’t see. Why is that?
 Can you learn to analyze visual information this way?

As a former professor of mechanical engineering, Dr Wood has extensive knowledge of the educational system and learning processes. She is self taught and practices the method of defining the problem first before solving it. In the context of her amazing arc of research in the book Where Did The Towers Go? Evidence of Free Energy Technology on 9-11, it is important to determine what happened before going to the next step of how it happened. These steps are done before moving to the next one of determining who did it.

Dr. Wood has mentioned in past lectures and interviews that the public has easily been tricked, hoodwinked because of the lack in problem solving skills. The evidence presented in her book is not hidden, it exists right before us all. Think about that. In past interviews Dr. Wood has mentioned how our problem solving skills and critical thinking have been stunted. This is usually through either bad education or muddled by only training with flash cards and multiple choice testing, where you’re encouraged to pick the answer. You are then trained to cherry-pick what data supports that answer/interpretation.
In the 2 years that Dr. Wood’s book has been published no one has been able to refute the evidence presented in her work. Instead she is ignored or attacked personally.

Dr. Judy Wood:

  • 1. Problem solving
  • 2. Group Think
  • 3. Implication
  • Anyone of (the above) will prevent the person from seeing things before 
  • I saw the building unravel like a sweater. I kept looking around, is something wrong with me. I went up to my office and started making calculations.
  • You’re speculating on what the problem was. . .starting out with the answer and then defining the problem.
  • You end up with biased data collection. Partly human nature.
  • You have to begin with the evidence and let the evidence lead to the conclusions.
  • If its not based on evidence, you don’t get to the answer.
  • They claimed they found aluminum powder and iron oxide in the dust. Well if you 
turn the building into dust in mid air you’re going to get those things in the dust.
  • If you disassociate the steel you end up with a lot iron particles, they rust really 
quickly and you have iron oxide.
  • The towers would look like giant sparklers if a significant amount of thermite was 
  • Define the problem very carefully, get in the habit of defining the problem.
  • The buildings turned to dust in mid air shows that a technology that can do this 
  • There is a technology that exists that can cause matter to turn into dust in mid air.
  • It might help people to compartmentalize. Tune out what other people think. Tune 
out what you think the implications are. Pretend its in an abstract space or a 
movie and just go exploring what the data says.
  • We have evidence that the towers turned to dust.

Guest – Dr. Judy Wood, author and researcher of Where Did the Towers Go? Evidence of Directed Free Energy Technology on 9/11. Dr. Judy D. Wood is a former professor of mechanical engineering with research interests in experimental stress analysis, structural mechanics, optical methods, deformation analysis, and the materials characterization of biomaterials and composite materials. She is a member of the Society for Experimental Mechanics (SEM), co-founded SEM’s Biological Systems and Materials Division, and has served on the SEM Composite Materials Technical Division. Dr. Wood received her B.S. (Civil Engineering, 1981) (Structural Engineering), M.S. (Engineering Mechanics (Applied Physics), 1983), and Ph.D. (Materials Engineering Science, 1992) from the Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Virginia. Her 500 page book is filled with color photographs, and details piece by piece, evidence that could steer readers back from the conditioning and disinformation we’ve been subjected to since the events on September 11, 2001.
It’s also important to note that Dr Wood’s dissertation involved the development of an experimental method to measure thermal stresses in biomaterial joints. She has taught courses including Experimental Stress Analysis, Engineering Mechanics, Mechanics of Materials (Strength of Materials) Strength of Materials Testing

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