reply to post by airspoon
Which law(s) of physics were defied?
a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world; an organized system of accepted knowledge that applies in a variety of
circumstances to explain a specific set of phenomena; "theories can incorporate facts and laws and tested hypotheses"; "true in fact and theory"
This definition does not sound like any truther claims I've read. Truthers don't have;
- Well substantiated explanation
- Organized system of accepted knowledge
- Incorporate facts & laws
- Have tested hypotheses
especially since it had to have taken more the two people to pull it off, seeing there were four planes
Well, I hope so
reply to post by ThichHeaded
How is this? The things we bring up can be backed up most of the time by well I don't know.. Science, or news or I don't know people who were
Yeah...I mean look at how it's obviously proven to be molten metal / thermite coming out of tower, right?
Some of us are smart enough to see through the smoke and mirrors and realize things weren't as they were told..
Or "I know better than thousands of experts in the relevant fields because I'm a truther just by watching a clip of a building falling"
Maybe they should eh? Who knows.. I hear they spend money on useless crap anyway like a war on terror..
I know, terrorists are holograms too.
reply to post by VirginiaRisesYetAgain
A visual match is not an "extraordinary jump" in my humble opinion. You have seen a thermite reaction before, yes?
Yes, but why jump to thermite when there are things known to be in the building that explain the situation? It COULD have been a hologram, but there
is no evidence of this and is a tad unreasonable to make that leap of faith. The substance itself is irrelevant to the official story, it's melted
junk. It seems to be an important part of the inside job theory somehow though, and you're more than welcome to post your evidence and reasoning for
why it's thermite and not just lead from batteries etc.
Then it sounds to me like either one of us could be right as far as either of us know.
The accepted idea of it being irrelevant junk that would be found in an office building is more reasonable than assuming it's thermite. Thermite has
no place in an office, lead does. This is what you're not getting.
I can start an argument about how I think the substance is a melted UFO mixed with bigfoot, several books from the library of Alexandria and a door
from Atlantis, but that's just not reasonable as none of them have any place there nor can be proven to be there in the first place.
The burden of proof is on you to prove it's steel / thermite if you want the substance to be "evidence" of anything.
reply to post by _BoneZ_
The truth movement has a "decided"? It has a leader...? Is this a step in organization?
But seriously, what about the truth movement that thinks your truth movement is a disinfo front?
Maybe you're all disinfo agents! God, the government is just everywhere
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