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Originally posted by lostjohnny
The result for: 'I never thought two aircraft could bring down two modern skyscrapers' says it all.
It shows us that most of us have common sense and that we possess internal alarm bells that started to ring like crazy at that moment.
The question relating to something being awry as they watched live news seems particularly skewed as I am one of the people that actually did smell a rat. A lifetime of aviation experience sent my nose up in the air like a rocket ship.
Originally posted by SkepticOverlord
Originally posted by jburg6
Results not too surprising to me, except for the question addressing use of 9/11 to wage war outside the context of a conspiracy. I thought for sure it was quite obvious that the attacks were used to justify war and taking away personal privacies, but apparently 1/2 of nonmembers don't agree.
I agree it's nice to get nonmembers' perspective on voting as well, but keep in mind to take it with a grain of salt, as the results are still somewhat skewed as a lot of nonmembers visiting the site are the types of people that likely subscribe to various conspiracy theories, and will not represent the views of the public as a whole.edit on 6-9-2011 by jburg6 because: to address nonmember voting
Originally posted by Brown Bear
That they could pull it off in broad daylight and get caught with their fingers in the pie and yet still get away with it confirms Americans as Lemmings and a laughingstock.
edit on 6-9-2011 by Brown Bear because: (no reason given)
New poll of New Yorkers finds lingering doubts about official explanation of 9/11 attacks, including third tower’s collapse.
Siena Research Institute Poll Commissioned by “Remember Building 7” Campaign Shows Significant Skepticism of Official Account June 8, 2011
• 28 percent — more than 1 in 4 — believe the Twin Towers were brought down with explosives or some other demolition devices in addition to being hit by airplanes.