reply to post by cbass
I'm neither "truther" nor "debunker". I find these labels to be a dividing factor, when what we should all be doing is seeking the reality and
truth of what happened. Simply labeling oneself as a "truther" does not mean that a person doesn't have a deathgrip on their own opinions.
I read your link, ALL of it, and I wonder how many others did, given that you start out your post by calling debunkers "retards". That statement
is not really consistent with seeking the truth, is it? It's a preemptive strike against those that might disagree with you. I'm glad I arrived
late, so I wouldn"t be swayed by whatever you and others said that was derisive, off-topic or discourteous.
I find that I agree with many of the opinions stated on that site, but there is, in my opinion, precious little verified fact. Certainly most if not
all of the opinions use another source --which is in itself a collection of opinions -- as verification. This, to me, is part of the crux of the
whole 9/11 study. At the risk of sounding like Donald Rumsfield, much of what we seek is not currently knowable. Why can't we conduct our
research without an agenda?
Do I believe the U.S. government covered up some aspects of the 9/11 tragedy? Yes, I do. I cannot prove it, nor have I seen anything other than
good, credible EVIDENCE to support that idea.
I think that anyone who wants to know the whole and real truth of 9/11 will approach the research consistent with the scientific methodology.
Preconceived notions are acceptable as a hypothesis, but in this instance, it is difficult to create and conduct experiments to test the hypothesis.
If your research leads you to places that are inconsistent with your beliefs, you will go there anyway, if a person is a scientist. I think this is
the WAY, the path, to discovery.
I have offered on several threads to work together with the OP to set aside our preconceived notions and seek out the truth of things, with research
and no hyperbole. It always goes unanswered, at least so far. One has to be cubbyholed into one camp or another to even be recognized.
I thank you, OP, for bringing this link to our attention. I think it has a lot of good information. I'm glad you expressed your opinion on the
works of the link. I think you should've left the preemtive strike out. It really serves neither "side".