The famous Occam's Razor says that the simplest explanation is usually the best. And maybe back in the 1300s when Occam was alive, that was true. Sometimes, it can be, even today. But it's not always the best explanation. Sometimes, you can't prove something. But that doesn't mean you can't figure . . .
I don't like small talk. When I found myself sitting next to a retired fighter jet pilot at lunch in Portugal I peppered him with questions about his time at West Point, in the military, the end of the draft, the Vietnam War. "You have more than the usual interest in the military," . . .
I've had this button for 20+ years and the opinion for longer. The career I retired from, the one I did for 30+ years, had a lot to do with spin. With manipulation of opinion. You might even say it involved propaganda of sorts. I have a really good understanding of how to present information to . . .
As I said yesterday, I stand with groups of very educated, credible architects, engineers, pilots and scholars, who believe that the result of the official 9/11 investigation does not match the evidence.My whole career involved working with architects, engineers and scholars. I know some pilots. I . . .
It's time for a distraction. A different conspiracy theory and a chance to think I'm a complete nut-job. You didn't think I could be fluffy all the time, did you?Are you willing to accept that there are things going on in the world to which we are not privy?If you read science fiction, it's easy to . . .