Judy Wood is the author of Where Did The Towers Go?
She is a former professor of mechanical engineering with a Ph.D. from Virginia Tech.
Specifically, Judy’s central thesis is that the destruction of the World Trade Centre was not caused by planes crashing into the buildings or by controlled demolition, but rather by the use of directed energy technology.
She argues that the evidence from the collapse of the towers, including the lack of debris and the presence of unusual damage patterns, supports her hypothesis.
According to the US Department Of Defence, directed energy (DE) is an umbrella term covering technologies that produce a beam of concentrated electromagnetic energy or atomic or subatomic particles. DE weapons (DEW) include high-energy lasers, high-power radio frequency or microwave devices, and charged or neutral particle beam weapons.
I generally find James Fetzer’s hypotheses persuasive.
However, my conversation with Michael Palmer planted a seed of doubt in my mind, regarding the bit about nukes. Japanese scientist Akio Nakatani’s book, about why nuclear weapons don’t exist, pours a lot of water onto the planted seed.
Judy Wood joined me for a conversation in which she showed photos and argues that the truth is exposed by simply observing the evidence in plain sight.
Give it a watch.
I strongly recommend watching the presentation by Andrew Johnson.
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