This is a good start for debunking 9-11 conspiracy theories.
Popular Mechanics has recently released a book debunking conspiracy theories and the pseudo science behind them. Highly recommend it.
The site does not do anything for debunking 9/11 conspiracies. Sure, it tries, but it fails miserably against anyone that has done any research into the incident and can think.
Lets look at one claim the website makes: “there was not enough time to lay explosives for demolition of the WTC buildings.”
If the buildings crashed from plane impact…then…the amount of stress from the plane impact equals building collapse.
It therefore logically follows the website maintains there was not enough time to lay explosives that would cause stress equal to a plane impact. The argument is false, there was plenty of time to lay explosives equal to the impact of the plane, and create a lot more heat.
You see, if a plane impact can cause the buildings to collapse, then you need no more explosives than what equals the stress of a plane impact.
But they argue it both ways:
- If explosives were used, it would require hours upon hours of elaborately planted explosives all over the building, pounds and pounds of explosives
- If a plane brings the building down, it only requires stress from the impact of a plane in one area, not strategically placed, not elaborate.
It cannot be both ways. If stress from a plane impact brought down the buildings, then stress equaling that of a plane impact would also bring down the buildings. That much demolition can be laid very quickly.
Lets think about this a little further:
Everything that is known about building demolition, even the explosives used, was developed by the military. The military are demolition experts.
False assertion: Demolition experts could not lay enough demolition to equal the stress of a plane impact in 24 hours.
Humor me for a moment and make believe for a second the government was in on 9/11, on some level. Now ask yourself who is, and has investigated 9/11? Thats right, the government.
Following this logic, the same entity that committed the crime is investigating the crime. Sounds to me like a good way to get away with the crime. The government says what can and cannot be released for the investigation. What to investigate and what to leave alone.
I have a conspiracy for you that you will probably believe. Ask yourself why you believe one conspiracy theory and ignore others.
“Cigarette companies conspired to market cigarettes to minors.”
The cigarette companies deny it, yet many people believe it. Why is one conspiracy so easily accepted, while another one is so readily dismissed?