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Re: Richplanet.NET

by rob42 » Thu Aug 30, 2018 5:22 pm

I agree: we're all entitled to express, but I would have (and still would) liked to have debated what it is that Dave found so mad and stupid, and his off-hand dismissal of the research done was, I think, disrespectful of the work that R.D.H and others have done. The only thing that I find mad and stupid about the entire 9/11 saga is the Official account; it makes no sense what so ever.

Other very good research (or "mad stupid conspiracy theorys", depending on your point of view ;)) can be found on James Corbett's website:

I have spend many years listening to what many researchers have had to say about 9/11 and it's easy to get completely lost and confused. I've referenced here what I believe to be two of the better researchers; researchers that I have followed for the past 10 years or so and I still believe that you'll search long and hard to find anything better or anyone else doing the diligent work that both of these people do. That said, I've not looked at this topic in the past 2 or 3 years, also, I don't have the time to follow more than two or three researchers, with any kind of commitment, so if anyone else has what they believe to be as good, or better, I'd like to know about it please.

I understand that this is a sensitive topic, but, as the events of that fateful day have defined the World in which we now live, it's also (I.M.H.O) one of the most important topics.

Re: Richplanet.NET

by falkor » Wed Aug 29, 2018 6:21 pm

I can't blame Dave for his remark, although my impression was he found the conspiracy theory quickly

whereas it took me an hour and here's the relevant page (updated in 2016)

Hall's take on 9/11 is not only controversial , probably his most controversial of all, but also a bitter pill to swallow

nevertheless, still worth a look and brilliantly told if nothing else

Re: Richplanet.NET

by rob42 » Sat Mar 23, 2013 4:05 pm

dave3974 wrote:i thought is might be intresting till i looked on his site and saw the mad stupid conspiracy theorys he is selling about 9;;11
What do you mean :?:

The only 9/11 information that I can see is by very well informed researchers.

b.t.w, do you think that you could try and be a little less cryptic in your comments (or is it that you are being charged by the number of characters used in each post :lol: ) as this could lead you to be misunderstood.

What exactly do you mean by "mad stupid conspiracy theorys"

I would also be interested to learn what research you have done and what/who you believe on the subject generically called "9/11"

I look forward to reading your reply.

If you do reply, we'll have to start another thread as we will be "off topic" for this area


Re: Richplanet.NET

by dave3974 » Sat Mar 02, 2013 7:48 pm

i thought is might be intresting till i looked on his site and saw the mad stupid conspiracy theorys he is selling about 9;;11

Re: Richplanet.NET

by rob42 » Tue Dec 11, 2012 12:30 pm

I will be getting my ticket for the Gateshead gig very soon :mrgreen:

Re: Richplanet.NET

by falkor » Sat Dec 08, 2012 9:39 am


get a ticket to see him!! :D


by rob42 » Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:14 pm


Does anyone here follow what Richard D. Hall (of has to say on the subject of Ufology?

I have been following Richard's research for a good few years now and would be interested to hear from anyone else who is also familiar with the work he does relating to this subject.