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Debunking 9/11 Myths: Why Conspiracy Theories Can't Stand Up to the Facts

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15 out of 19 people found this review helpful.

A Definitive Answer to the Gullible

Whether you believe in the government or not, whether you're an engineer or not, whether you have any use for right-wingers or not, this book is for you. Dispassionately taking on all of the arguments of the conspiracy theorists, it crushes them with simple facts back b...
Whether you believe in the government or not, whether you're an engineer or not, whether you have any use for right-wingers or not, this book is for you. Dispassionately taking on all of the arguments of the conspiracy theorists, it crushes them with simple facts back by unerring logic. Conspiracy believers can rail all they want, calling people sheep and easily deceived but they have no answer--and no evidence. "Debunking 9/11 Myths" is the ideal handbook for those who prefer rationality over emotional certainty.

posted by K-E_Moore on October 27, 2009

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15 out of 30 people found this review helpful.

Yellow Journalism -- Hearst Wrote the Book on it

Just look up Yellow Journalism in Wikipedia and you'll see that Hearst gets most of the credit for inventing and favoring sensationalism in journalism over reporting the truth. If you enjoy reading Weekly World News you will love reading this account of 9/11. Popula...
Just look up Yellow Journalism in Wikipedia and you'll see that Hearst gets most of the credit for inventing and favoring sensationalism in journalism over reporting the truth. If you enjoy reading Weekly World News you will love reading this account of 9/11. Popular Mechanics is yellow journalism at its finest and has no interest in the facts. The basic fact remains that the 9/11 commission or NIST or FEMA has not provided a physics model to the public on how a global collapse of the WTC towers could have happened due to fire and structural damgage. This means it is impossible to independently verify through science how these buildings collapsed from their findings. WTC 7 was not even mentioned in the 9/11 commission report and now NIST themselves are examining the possibility of planted explosives causing the collapse of WTC-7. For those who want the truth and not yellow journalism please read serious investigations such as those done by Jim Hoffman, Steven Jones and David Ray Griffin.

posted by Anonymous on September 9, 2006

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2006

    Already disproven

    The entire book was debunked before it was published, it was already in the process of being published so it still came out. Chemical evidence proves the towers were blown up. I'd love to believe that all the myths are untrue, but the physical evidence is points to Thermate. This book will may ultimately be the undoing of McCain's political career. It might be an interesting read for someone who wants to know the best counter arguments (Thermite torches), or prevent McCain from winning his next election.

    10 out of 26 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted March 29, 2012

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