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Originally posted by dereks
Originally posted by hdutton
My point being, this "inexperienced" pilot was traveling at more than 800 miles per hour
The conspiracy theorists just keep sillier and sillier. Now the one of the 767's that hit the WTC was flying at supersonic speed and no one heard the sonic booms. Must be like the hush a boom silent explosives that the truthers claim were used in the WTC's.
Originally posted by old_god
Unless and until someone with a SPINE aquires a position which can bring about the prosecution of a proper investigation AND the prosecution of those involved, not only in the events but also the cover-up, nothing close to justice can be expected with any other aspects involving this government
"How the hell did many laws, patterns, practices and accepted peer reviewed research get totally blown out of the water on that specific day?
Seriously, did the entire laws of physics and the generations engineering facts (developed through those sciences and practices) get nullified on that particular day?"
This is what is being asked of us, forget about all the other points, theories and accusations out there - ask yourself a simple question:
If so many other institutions, bodies and individual scientists, engineers and researchers are saying the official story does not hold up to fact, why did those 3 buildings defy the laws of physics, of engineer facts and proven practices and literally crumble on their own foot print on that fateful day?"
After NINE YEARS this is a HUGE social psychological issue. Are all of the psychologists and psychiatrists supposed to be unable to comprehend Newtonian physics? This global situation is ridiculous. Oh yeah, people in Australia aren't supposed to be able to understand gravity. DUH!
Originally posted by airspoon
reply to post by Velocismo
Well considering that there was a peer-reviewed scientific study done on those particulates, proving (according to a consensus of scientists) that it couldn't have been anything other than advanced engineered nano-thermitic particulates, so no I don't think that it could have just been random particles.
Now, give me one good reason why I or anyone else should consider anything but "C".
Originally posted by Cassius666
reply to post by Black_Fox
Star and Flag for the OP...
I think its pretty much established that it were explosives that have torn both the towers to shreds and collapsed the WTC. It has been established that WTC 7 did not collapse due to fire. We now know Mossad was riding dirty in a van full of boom. We should build up on that, not take 10 steps back debeating the 3 people left on the side that think the official story is true. Ignore those guys.
there are 50 reasons in the OP, though certainly a lot more than that.
Furthermore, there are a lot more options than the "A", "B" and "C" of your ignorant "list".
You seem to have neglected:
Option "D" - A handful of government insiders or influencers were "in on it" and used the intelligence infrastructure and government resources to pull this off.
The list is still not all-inclusive. However, trusters and official conspiracy theorists would rather embrace ignorance by ignoring an overwhelming mountain of evidence in order to believe some wild conspiracy theory that is based on faith in the word of proven liars.
Also, your option "B" is wrong, as it doesn't require people to be more dumb, only more ignorant and ignorance is all but proven by the fact that the majority of American people who trust the official conspiracy theory are completely ignorant of Building 7 and a plethora of other evidence pointing away from the official conspiracy theory.
I have not yet seen a single person who has been made aware of this evidence and then continued to believe the official conspiracy theory, though I have known several people to stay private in their beliefs.
Just because someone doesn't voice their beliefs regarding 9/11, certainly doesn't mean that they buy the official conspiracy theory.
It has been my experience that most educated people don't buy the hoopla in the OS one bit, though due to the threat of losing their livelihood and career, they stay quiet, which many people falsely interpret as supporting the official conspiracy theory.
After all, it would seem rather silly that such an effort of demonizing people who ask questions or require evidence before buying into a theory - a wild theory at that - wouldn't have an ulterior motive behind it, such as keeping people from asking the questions or opposing the silliness in the first place.
One has to ask why there is such an exhausted effort to demonize or discredit those who either ask questions, look for evidence or find said evidence, as opposed to answering the questions or viably refuting the evidence.
Yes, instead of answering or reiterating the questions, the questioner is simply ridiculed, falsely discredited and demonized.
Then, he is made an example of by having his/her funding cut-off or having their job terminate.
The same thing where people have come forward with evidence or sound logic.
Instead of that evidence or logic being viably refuted, it is completely ignored and the messenger is attacked, as opposed to the message. This only happens, generally speaking, when there is not merit or method to countering that message. In other words, it is a dirty tactic to side-step the debate and steer it away from an intellectual direction and back towards ignorance, which is usually required for the argument made by the ones doing the demonizing.