On September 11, 2007,
I attempted to deliver this talk in the Grand Lake Theater
in Oakland, CA.
Five minutes into my talk,
after a seven-minute technical delay
explained as a disconnected cable in the control room,
an event organizer hidden behind the curtain insisted that I stop,
despite at least seven minutes remaining in my promised 19-minute time slot.
I started the talk by thanking the event organizers for
inviting me to critique the film 911 Mysteries,
and stressed the importance of critique.
I was cut off shortly after I noted that the
missile pod theory is blatantly false,
which is interesting because my truncated talk
was immediately followed by the film
which opens highlighting Tower-impact flashes as possible
and presents a number of other easily debunked theories,
such as that the plane crashes into the Towers
and the Pentagon were faked,
as if they are compelling evidence of an inside job.
But I'm sure that was just a coincidence. :-)