7:30AM-8:30AM Good Morning America 9/11/01
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Good Morning America broadcast 9/11/01. Never before seen scenes.
"Partners in Crime; happy partners in crime" according to charles gibson and diane sawyer (flailing gestures) as the day's events began with explosions at 8:30 (see the BBC nisha pillaihttp://www.youtube.com/watc...
and jane beresfordhttp://www.youtube.com/watc...
reports from the 911 TV archive). What we see here at 8:30 on GMA is what Pamela Meyer calls "duping delight." charles and diane think they are special and they are about to get away with something. Watch their faces and body language. Go rewatchhttp://youtube.com/watch?v=...
"Pamela Meyer: How to Spot a liar" from TED talks. Their body language is the same as they go through the cell phone lie; diane over gesticulates (clusters of flailing gestureshttp://www.youtube.com/watc...
duping delight) and they both want you to really believe that cell phones can work anywhere under any conditions.
Of course, cell phones cannot work from a plane at cruising altitude and can only get minor signals when the plane is close to the ground, as cell phone signals cannot pass through the aluminum faraday cage of the airframe; straight lines out the windows only, short distances to any available towers are the only options.
Here we see psychologist mark ashton pimm-smith being "rescued" from a kayaking accident (nudge, nudge, wink, wink). Described as "heavy seas" by the Good Morning America crew (diane sawyer and charles gibson), yet what we see is not so rough. The winch man is in the chopper rotor wash, making quite a spray, but the waves are clearly quite calm.
There is also an implication that he is far from land, yet, we can see the shore as he is lifted into the chopper. Made for TV bullshit.
Read the BBC report where dr mark ashton smith says he had a hard time using his cell because his fingers were so cold; "by the time I got the mobile [sic, brit talk for "cell phone"], my hands were getting cold." Yet, we see he came on what was to be a 4-day journey of ocean kayaking in shorts and a T-shirt (very visible in the winching scene). You believe him, don't you? I don't.
For those who think the BBC is an independent collector and reporter of news, we assure you they are part of the cabal by presenting their internet report on dr pimm-smith's faked emergency. You may have to pause the pages if you are not a fast reader; I given each about 10 seconds. Although referring to smith as a PhD psychologist, the report adresses him as "mr," probably not a significant issue.
As a lowly lecturer, dr. smith seems to have the resources to have a specialty research lab that hires good looking young people (there is a picture on the internet) and regularly goes rock climbing in interesting places. We include some photos showing he is not only physically fit, he is, probably, extraordinary and competent on all outdoor pursuits. Kayaks do not capsize, that is why the BBC report, despite showing an image of his kayak, called it a canoe.
Finally, we were able to get the title of his PhD dissertation; "A theoretical and empirical investigation into three computational strategies for structure from motion perception in euclidean and projective geometries." University of Pittsburgh, 1997. The subjects are
human information processing
motion perception (vision)
Optical pattern recognition
We feel a simple summary is "TV Fakery; the science." His thesis is not readily available. Frankly, I would love to read it.
gary welz may have written the 911 screenplay, but mark pimm-smith designed the visual show and influenced the psychological attack.
The news of the world is lies according to Pamela Meyerhttp://www.youtube.com/watc...
Source is the now redacted 911 TV Archive, mostly for 9/10/2001. Used in accordance with the restrictions and guidelines of the US 911 Archive. Go to hell YouTube/google.
I misspelled "believe" at elapsed 2:08.