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The Hollow Towers & Mechanized Lighting System at World Trade Center

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The Hollow Towers & Mechanized Lighting System at World Trade Center - Hosted by Phil Jayhan & Larry McWilliams After doing a successful beta trial for our show on 9/4/2010, we will be doing our first full scheduled radio broadcast on September 6th, 2010, at 10:30PM Chicago time (central time zone) The show can be listened to live for the first hour by clicking below and clicking on the player embedded inside our blogtalk radio page. You will also be able to find this same embedded radio player at the Lets Roll forums soon! http://www.blogtalkradio.com/phil-jayhan The subject of Mondays 10:30 PM show will be: Why is it that there were no contents of the world trade center in the debris pile? Here is a very brief and PARTIAL LIST of some of the missing contents; 75,000 phones, 45,000 office chairs, 45,000 desks, 2500 office workers and 343 fireman. This was all entirely absent from the debris pile at WTC after 9/11. (With only a few exceptions) Entirely absent. Not even a single phone was recovered. How is it possible that nothing was recovered? Are we to believe it all simply turned to dust? By the way, that IS the official explanation for this strange paradox. New research tells us there is an explanation for this which is simple, believable and easy to comprehend. The contents are missing from the world trade center because it wasn't there to begin with when the buildings came down. And all the evidence seems to corroborate these findings. Reference for show: http://letsrollforums.com/videos-essential-prep-controlled-t21572.html http://letsrollforums.com/did-wtc-have-fake-t22705.html This show will be fun, informative and fast paced. Tune in tonight!

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