The top of the world…
Photo credit: Unknown
Photo credit: Unknown
Robert Peraza lost his son on 9/11 after he was trapped on the 104th floor of the North Tower, just above the gaping hole left in the building by the impact of American Airlines flight 11.
Here is another video feature by Time Magazine covering a family of four sons and their father who are all firefighters. Watch their emotional stories about 9/11, where one son fell victim to this tragedy.
I am unable to embed this video, so you may view it via this link.
As always, Time puts out some incredible work, photography, and film. In putting aside all the controversy which has arisen over the past decade… what truly matters are the victims of this tragedy. Here are four very power recounts of the events which occurred ten years ago by four survivors of this catastrophic event.
I am unable to embed this piece, so please click on this link to view. The rest of this site is well worth viewing, as well. Time photography is always superb.
Therefore, while perusing the internet, I came across The Telegraphs “21 Awful Truths About 9/11“…
OMG!…. Here is number eight on the list:
“Three hours before the attacks, a machine called a Random Event Generator at Princeton University predicted a cataclysmic event was about to unfold.”
Here is an excerpt from Michael Hingson, who is blind, about his faithful guide dog, Roselle, who led him down 78 flights of stairs in Tower One of the World Trade Center on that fateful date of 9/11/2001.
“It is strange for me to be writing this article while I have feelings of both sadness and joy in my heart. Nevertheless, it is something which must be done.
I found this documentary very intriguing. I, myself, am not prone to be a “conspiracy theorist,” but some very valid points are brought up in this documentary. I remember when I was glued to the TV watching this horrific event unfold in front of my eyes that many questions arose in my mind. I am no expert in this field, but I have two college degrees and 12 years of science and technology at a very prominent engineering college. There were many things which just did… not… make… sense. This documentary was very well made from what appears to be a neutral standpoint. People simply wanting answers and the truth. And there are many items in this documentary which make more sense than what we have been told for nearly a decade now. I urge you to watch and keep an open mind. I honestly do not believe that we (being the general public) will ever know the truth.