posted on Jun, 27 2012 @ 02:41 PM
How do you know to which legitimate questions I was referring? I mentioned no gov't disinformation, planted aircraft wreckage, or fake eyewitnesses.
I'm not going to give specific examples, because you won't consider them, although you will claim that you have considered them, and proven them
wrong. I'll summarize by saying that most of the 911 blueprint video, to me, explains the WTC collapse, better than the nist report or the 911
commission. It isn't perfect either, but I firmly believe that the buildings exploded. as in, with explosives of some sort. I don't know what I
believe about much else, but buildings with explosives in them leads logically to contrary theories. I think I know your rebuttal, and I simply don't
agree, so I probably won't be commenting further on this, unless you give me something to change my mind.
I'm forming my theories based on many sources, yes. I believe that I have the ability to form logical, reasoned conclusions based on the information
that I have seen. and I trust my own judgement. Either way I'm being conned. You're theory could be the correct theory, and if it is, I'm being
conned by the loony conspiracy websites and a lot of well meaning scientists. If your theory is incorrect, and mine is at least partially correct, I
am being conned by my government. Hmm...Who has conned me before? I actually don't care if my theory is correct, though. I do care if the
government's is not. That is where the dire implications lie. And that is why we need to investigate this further as a country with a mind open to
all possibilities. How do I get off these stupid message boards and help do that? I don't know yet.
I think B) above answers this, except for the part where you do B) from my previous post. And again, I don't claim to know everything, and I think
most people who have really thought about it don't claim to know either.
"I mean, seriously, if a math test asked you what 2+2 equals, are you really going to answer "the official story says it's four but sinister secret
agents can make it equal 5 if they wanted it to"?"
is not at all what I did.
If you like analogies, let me give you one to ponder.
let's say you have a little daughter. she falls off her high chair and hurts her arm. you rush her to the emergency room and the first doctor you see
says her arm is broken, but otherwise she's ok. good, she's going to be fine. the doctor applies a cast and gives her a childrens' tylenol for the
pain. everything is going to be ok.
but while she lies there resting, she begins to convulse, she begins to vomit, and choke. her heart stops and she dies. The doctor eventually tells
you that a blood clot formed at the contusion to her arm and was ultimately caused by a rare allergy to childrens' tylenol. The clot traveled to her
lungs and to her brain and gave her a stroke and this is definitely why she died. several more docs come to check the case and all claim that a blood
clot formed as a result of a rare allergy to childrens' tylenol and caused her to stroke out. there was nothing that could have been done to stop her
You accept this because you are so heartbroken, and you have no reason to think otherwise. you bury her. you try to go on with your life. you even
receive a settlement check from the hospital's malpractice insurance.
some time later you get a call from someone claiming to be at the hospital at the time of your daughter's death. You don't know this person, but
they claim that they think your daughter was poisoned. they tell you no child has ever died from a children's tylenol allergy. that they think they
saw the doctor give your daughter something other than tylenol. It makes you angry to have to relive that tragedy. You dismiss it.
Then you hear a terrible story about another little girl who died several years ago from a rare blood clot and that the hospital admitted that one of
the doctors may have poisoned her!
Then you come across information that suggests that a complete autopsy was never performed on your daughter. How could this be? You question everyone
at the hospital. Some homeless guy on a gurney says "yeah they poison little girls all the time". seems far fetched. but you do find several others,
who seem to recollect something suspicious from that day and some tell you that there was something wrong with all of the doctors' behavior that day
and ever since.
you try to get the police to investigate. You tell all of your family and friends you go on internet forums that might relate. Most say "doctors
don't poison children". It comes out on the news that some loony is accusing doctors of killing babies. The Discovery Health channel has a show on
how doctors pledge the hippocratic oath and can't possibly kill. I could go on. but I would like to ask you to sincerely answer this: Would you
demand that her body be exhumed for further investigation? Or would you believe the doctor's story.
We never got a thorough autopsy.