The other night a program called 9/11: Life Under Attack aired on television about the events on September 11, 2001. It presented a "narrative driven exclusively by audio and footage from the day, without any interviews".... and painted ".... a vivid portrait of events as they unfolded with new, compelling and profoundly moving accounts."
That set this program apart from others, because the commentators who often double-up to act as interpreters, were not present. The viewer and listener was transported back in time to see and hear what others saw and heard at the time. It was a very informative, enthralling, and a moving experience while at the same time being very educational.
This process of time transportation is now possible due to digitalization and the World Wide Web via WiFi Internet connections. They have made possible, a total re-immersion in subjects covering the Twentieth Century - due to the preservation and restoration of recorded sound and print as it came into extensive usage.
"Historians" are those who tell us what to see and what to hear, and how to interpret what we see and hear. But now you can see and hear the evidence from the past for yourself.
Tomorrow we will return to the theme established yesterday when we again peel back the pages of time to learn what was behind the motivation for Ian Cowper Ross to begin rewriting a history about offshore radio, and his explanation is in sharp contrast with reality. Unfortunately, the lazy approach by many causes the masses to parrot what others have told them, because they do not, and will not, research matters for themselves.
When someone does look into the past using all of the modern-day means to research archive material, what they learn is not what the "historians" have told them, but something quite different. So we invite you to see and hear what we have learned and to check out the facts for yourself. Don't take our word for it, but please, don't steal our research, or engage in the foolish game of trying to turn a typo into a factual contradiction of reality, which is what the world of the anoraks have been, and are continuing to do.
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