There is a theory that has been circulating that the 9/11 towers were taken down by a “Tesla Directed Energy Weapon” what I wanted to do, as being a proponent of even information, and knowing that in sharing the information on the Facebook pages that I run, I owe it to the audience to be straight-forward and show both sides of the story.
I’ll start with the theory, or “conspiracy theory” but in reality I don’t really like the statement “conspiracy theory” because of how political that statement has been made now.
Here is what is being said about the conspiracy:
—“This is the presentation Mark Passio gave at the Tesla Science Foundation’s “Tesla’s People” conference on July 11, 2015. In this presentation, Mark explains how Tesla’s free energy technology has been covertly weaponized and used in the biggest false flag terror event of modern times on September 11, 2001.”—-
—“Remember, DARPA is 25-50 years ahead of what we see in technology and they had his DEW papers since the 1920’s.”—
They also have a video to go along with this statement below:
Now I encourage you to take in all of the information and make from it what you will. As you probably can gather from what I have posted on the “nikola tesla” Facebook pages I manage, that I encourage an “out of the box” thinking.
But… Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. This theory was already laid to rest when its main proponent, Dr. Judy Wood, failed to explain what “dustification” is and admitted that it has never been demonstrated in a lab or anywhere else. When challenged on the nature of “dustification” Dr. Wood attempted to explain by talking about matter changing from solid to liquid to gas using heat, but she could not explain “dustification” other than to say that it was the result of directed energy weapons used on 9/11.
This story has been parroted by disinfo outlets like Veterans Today. Gordon Duff is on record saying that 40% of what he prints is simply not true.
Why use DEW to “dustify” the towers when the Israeli art students were fully capable of applying thermite beam cutters – known, non-extraordinary technology? When investigating a crime you determine motive, means, and opportunity. The artstudents+thermite theory covers all of those. The DEW theory fails the means test, and is therefore unlikely to be true.