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In other news, sometimes I run across conspiracy theories that seem so incredibly easy to debunk and based on such outrageously flimsy "evidence" that I'm inclined to think probably they appeared for the purpose of being easily debunked - to draw attention away from more serious allegations and to contribute to making all conspiracy theorists look silly. The allegation that the Apollo moon landings were hoaxed is one I'm putting in that category. But when it comes to 9/11 I have this cognitive problem that blocks my ability to think it makes sense that a bunch of flight school students who couldn't handle a Cessna competently pulled off expert maneuvers with Boeing airliners, using 2 planes to collapse 3 skyscrapers in New York, (building 7 was the one that Larry Silverstein said the decision was made to "pull" it and this happened after the BBC mistakenly announced that it had already collapsed). Then there were the multiple explosions heard by witnesses, pools of molten metal found in the wreckage even though the fires in the buildings were relatively cool as indicated by the color of the smoke, the claims by politicians that nobody ever imagined such a thing could happen even though there was confusion that day caused by the fact that a drill for the same scenario was going on at the same time. Those are a few of the reasons why people with cognitive powers comparable to mine are more likely to compare this event to the Reichstag Fire than Pearl Harbor, but I can also understand why others would believe what the mainstream media has told us so willingly. Human nature can be pretty good at avoiding conclusions with really unsettling implications regardless of what explanations best match the evidence.

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Conspiracy Theorists Have an Ingrained Cognative Problem 2456 Archaic 24-Oct-17 12:10
Re: Who Can the Public Trust? 387 adequatedane 24-Oct-17 15:15
Re: Who Can the Public Trust? 379 Archaic 25-Oct-17 20:48
Re: Who Can the Public Trust? 347 adequatedane 26-Oct-17 10:30
Re: Who Can the Public Trust? 349 Thunderbird 28-Oct-17 01:38
Re: Who Can the Public Trust? 363 adequatedane 28-Oct-17 23:15
Re: Who Can the Public Trust? 278 Raja 12-Nov-17 12:24
Re: Who Can the Public Trust? 326 adequatedane 12-Nov-17 17:00
climate change deniers, 9/11 truthers... 366 Racho 24-Oct-17 17:26
Re: climate change deniers, 9/11 truthers... 384 Archaic 25-Oct-17 20:50
Re: climate change deniers, 9/11 truthers... 282 D-Archer 08-Nov-17 16:39
Cognative Problem - sounds serious bro 266 D-Archer 08-Nov-17 13:16
Re: Conspiracy Theorists Have an Ingrained Cognative Problem 238 Rob Williams 03-Dec-17 06:34
Re: Conspiracy Theorists Have an Ingrained Cognative Problem 272 Nolondil 03-Dec-17 17:03
Re: Conspiracy Theorists Have an Ingrained Cognative Problem 249 Rob Williams 03-Dec-17 18:34
Re: Conspiracy Theorists Have an Ingrained Cognative Problem 224 adequatedane 04-Dec-17 22:00
Re: Conspiracy Theorists Have an Ingrained Cognative Problem 235 adequatedane 04-Dec-17 21:14
Re: Conspiracy Theorists Have an Ingrained Cognative Problem 246 adequatedane 04-Dec-17 21:12
Re: spelling error 262 Orpheus 03-Dec-17 20:00
Re: spelling error 292 Dr. Troglodyte 04-Dec-17 00:25
Re: spelling error 260 Orpheus 04-Dec-17 00:33
Re: spelling error 255 Dr. Troglodyte 04-Dec-17 00:43
Gosh Darn Gee Whizz it [Mod edited for language] 264 Orpheus 04-Dec-17 05:16
Re: spelling error 271 carolb 04-Dec-17 14:06
actually 245 Pashupati 04-Dec-17 15:48
Re: actually 254 carolb 04-Dec-17 16:20
blah blah blah 239 रुद्र 04-Dec-17 19:05
Re: blah blah blah 275 carolb 04-Dec-17 22:08
Re: actually 227 adequatedane 04-Dec-17 22:02
Re: spelling error 562 Rob Williams 05-Dec-17 05:30
Re: Conspiracy Theorists Have an Ingrained Cognitive Problem 261 Reagent 05-Dec-17 03:34


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