Your points, from your own words:
I think it is a bit insane to draw absurd conclusions with only 20 mins of manipulated footage to support these claims.
Agreed. However, 20 minutes is a long time, especially considering that the primary events of 9/11, grouped, are only about a minute(towers falling,
planes hitting, etc.). If it's manipulated, then it's obviously biased in one way or another... However, I don't remember any claims of image
manipulation being used. Please cite your source, I could have just missed something.
There are too many variables to consider.
As far as what? I'd ask one who might know beyond a doubt... like an engineer. There are those who support either side.(well, I suppose so, I've only
heard about engineers that don't agree with the OS, but there could be others that are lying low to avoid the flame war)
Every possible theory has come forward from these "truthers" and yet not one of them is credible. From thermite to insurance scams to pretense
for war each theory has in its own right a big damn hole right in the middle. Every time someone confronts one of these madmen truthers they shout and
scream "You are lying and are a disinfo agent blah blah blah!!"
Not credible just because they
With many of those, the "hole" is just that people "wouldn't do something that evil". It could be taken either way, as one sticking their head in the
sand and refusing to see, or one standing up for humanity. Just remember that humans DO do things that evil. People sometimes take the lives of others
with their bare hands... for fun.
Serial killers are pretty messed up, and they exist in the real world... humanity has it's dark(ex. Jack
the Ripper) and it's light (ex. Gahndi, MLK jr.)
The last sentence is accurate some of the time. However, There are those that don't get wrapped up in the flame war. I've heard it from both sides.
The fact that everyone is arguing is preventing any solid evidence from emerging on either side, and if we can all calm down for a few hours, then
something might get done. However, we still have threads like this one, just throwing around more hatred.
I now rank "truthers" three or four rungs on the ladder below Scientology and Purity clubs for girls. Both believe in such outrageous nonsense.
Now Truthers join that club of gullible and lonesome people.
...That's just an attack on those who believe. It has nothing to do with the reality of whatever happened and only perpetuates hatred and division.
Keep it to yourself, please, if you wish to remain credible. The flames spouting out of your mouth(
) make it a bit hard to believe that you
are honestly presenting your views instead of just trolling.
People need to move on from this.
Agreed. It was a major low point in our past, but it is just that: the past
Whoever committed these acts are TERRORISTS.
The only thing that should be given some thought is the actual innocent people who lost their lives that day and their now remaining
If there is someone being wrongly persecuted for a crime they didn't commit, then the real perpetrator needs to be found. If someone has a claim as
such, I will listen to them. It's just common decency; if the person is spouting nonsense, then I'll ignore him, but perhaps he really has a point.
The (possibly) wrongfully persecuted ones are those in Iraq, being massacred.
Once this is figured out, we can focus our attention fully on the victims.
All of their conclusions are based on stuff they found on the internet. This is hardly a valid defense in court.
Someone had to form the theories... and while you can
say anything on the internet, you have to make others believe to spread it. It's the
validity of the theory that matters, not the source. You can find nonsense on the internet just as easily as, say, a scientific study of
electromagnetism, proven fact. No matter where it comes from, if it's right, it's right, it it's wrong, it's wrong.
I question their motives and their loyalty.
...Why? All there is to them is a theory and a will to try and prove it.
All conspiracy theorists seem to contradict each other and make stuff up
Agreed. That's exactly what you're doing, in any case: contradicting someone. Please, either spark a well-formed, grounded debate, or stop wasting
breath saying what has already been said many times over.
It's sad that no progress has been made on this. Cannot we just rationally and calmly present the facts in a non-dogmatic, non-agressive manner?
edit on 9/20/2010 by vyrox because: General typo fixing and adding in something I forgot...