It is nice to see Dr. Wood's work getting discussed favorably (albeit briefly) in a variety of places around the internet (I like the use of the cover picture from her book at the start of the article). This article is a good starting point. I am wondering why the author didn't go "all in" and actually read and review the work of Dr. Wood. And for that matter, the author could read and review the work of Andrew Johnson as well. Andrew does a nice job of fleshing out some of the darker elements in the Truth community. Fetzer and Jones have an agenda. That is provable. The most obvious proof is that neither one of them have done anything. They have lots of discussions and they do what the author of this article appears to me to have done which is equate the work of Dr. Wood with different theories about mini-nukes or super nano-thermite (whatever that is). There are differences between Wood's work and the stuff produced by Jones and Fetzer and those differences are largely self-evident. Dr. Wood took a Qui Tam case to the Supreme Court. Fetzer and Jones did not support her efforts. If anyone looks into this can find out for themselves that you do not mess around with the Supreme Court. The Court does not take kindly to people who are there to waste their time with fanciful theories. If Fetzer, Jones, et al truly had the grist and determination to go all in they too could have gone to the Supreme Court to challenge the official investigation. Oddly, they didn't. And for those that have a modicum of curiosity about what actually happened, I encourage them to look at the work of Dr. Wood. Her book is excellent and is the only complete forensic analysis of the events in New York on that day by someone who is actually qualified to do that kind of analysis. Dr. Wood offers emphatic proof that loopy theories about mini-nukes and nano-thermite do not jibe with the data. As the author of this article would know, it is always good to start with a comprehensive survey of the actual data. Also, the stories about cold fusion and Dr. Jones are murky to say the least. But, that is another topic for another time. Insofar as I am feeling generous, I will offer to purchase a copy of Dr. Wood's book for Dr. Jerry Russell if he wants one to read. In exchange however it would be nice to see a review of the book so that others can begin to discern for themselves that all is not what it seems even amongst those who purport to be edgy and insightful seekers of truth.