Friday, August 9, 2013 10:00:55 AM
@Bakcagain21 What about that "other" host? The host of independent organizations that conclude the government version of event's could not possibly, physically have happened? You mentioned Popular Mechanics (ie. Hearst Corporation), a magazine known for it`s hyper-military and neo-con articles (which happens to get a good bit of its ad revenue from defense and military contractors). Now, why would that particular publication hire the cousin of Michael Chertoff (head of the Department of Homeland Security) to debunk 9/11 "myths"? Think about it.
Friday, August 9, 2013 1:07:59 AM
Healthy Scepticism is good, but when a whole host of independent organisation's conclude the government version of event`s has happened. As Popular Mechanics did (as an example of top of my head there are more) Then you go from healthy suspicion to being a conspiracy nut.
Thursday, August 8, 2013 6:52:35 PM
That was actually funny. It just shows the ridiculousness of how elaborate (and improbable) the hoax would have to be to pull off. Yes, conspiracies do happen. To say no conspiracies happen, is ignorant. To say everything is a conspiracy, well that's ignorant too.