Jim Fetzer: "I must say I think we're finding out Judy, what happened on 9/11. I'm just blown away by your work. This is the most fascinating development in the history of the study of 9/11... I'm going to make a wild guess Judy; I'm going to presume that these [directed energy] beams had to be located in Building 7?"
Judy Wood: "Nope. I don't think so."
Judy Wood:" No... I think it's very likely it's in orbit."
Fetzer: "Oh Really?? Oh ho ho ho ho! Oh Judy. Oh my oh my oh my oh my. This is huge... this is huge Judy."
As the above quotation suggests, Dr. Judy Wood is one of the first and foremost supporters of the hypothesis that Directed Energy Weapons destroyed the World Trade Centers on 9/11. This topic is discussed and analyzed in the following interview between Wood and Dr. Greg Jenkins on January 10th, 2007.
The relevant features of Judy Wood's hypothesis are discussed and shown to be wholly inadequate and nscientific.
Many of Wood's weakly supported arguments rely on misinterpretations about "what happened" that are subsequently used to advance misleading explanations for "how it happened".
The topic covered in this interview is also dealt with extensively in Dr. Jenkin's paper, The Overwhelming Implausibility of Using Directed Energy Beams to Demolish the World Trade Center.