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The 2 small cubes next to the 2 towers represents the amount of jet fuel by volume that took down the 2 towers, based on the official explanation of the events on 9/11.
Please keep in mind that at the moment the planes hit the towers you see huge jet fuel fireballs erupt from the points of impact.
How much fuel do you think was consumed in those fireballs?
How much jet fuel do you think remained after those fireballs?
Do you still think there was enough fuel left to feed the magical fires that took down these 2 gigantic steel and concrete structures?
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Here’s how RFA will work: On one end, emerging journalists will apply to be part of RFA. On the other, newsrooms will apply for a journalist. RFA will pay 50 percent of that journalist’s salary, with the newsroom paying 25 percent and local donors paying the other 25 percent. That reporter will work in the local newsroom for a year, with the opportunity to renew.
Of course, while the press release above tries to tout the shared financial responsibility of these 1,000 journalists, presumably as a testament to their ‘independence’, it took about 35 seconds to figure out that the primary funder of the journalists’ salaries, RFA, is funded by none other than Google News Lab.