Getting Scrambled over 911
On a Pacifica radio program on conspiracism and the 911 attacks, I lost my train of thought during an interview and ended up making a series of statements that are just plain wrong.
I had been researching how different airbases are assigned scramble status, and that sometimes that means the nearest airbase does not have the duty assignment. I also was speculating as to why air traffic handlers might decide (against regulations as it turns out) to delay sending jets into the air [other than as part of a vast conspiracy].
This is what would have been an accurate set of statements:
I apologize for the original garbled statements, which are neither accurate, nor an accurate reflection of what I was trying to say.
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