Friday, August 25, 2006

September the 11 Conspiracies refuted



















I have posted many artilces about the number of conspiracy theories that are to be found all over the internet. Today I want to point you to a new publication that seeks to debunk all the conspiracy theories.

Popular Mechanics examines the evidence and consults the experts to refute the most persistent conspiracy theories of September 11


FROM THE MOMENT the first airplane crashed into the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11, 2001, the world has asked one simple and compelling question: How could it happen?
Three and a half years later, not everyone is convinced we know the truth. Go to Google.com, type in the search phrase "World Trade Center conspiracy" and you'll get links to an estimated 628,000 Web sites. More than 3000 books on 9/11 have been published; many of them reject the official consensus that hijackers associated with Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda flew passenger planes into U.S. landmarks.
Healthy skepticism, it seems, has curdled into paranoia. Wild conspiracy tales are peddled daily on the Internet, talk radio and in other media. Blurry photos, quotes taken out of context and sketchy eyewitness accounts have inspired a slew of elaborate theories: The Pentagon was struck by a missile; ...

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