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Thoughts on WTC conspiracy

I was just thinking on WTC conpiracy theory, especially Loose Change and people behind it. Watching videos and reading docs.


I'm coming up to conclusion that "Loose Change" and similar theories are disinfo and obfuscation. Sad but true. No doubt that there is lack of significant info and investigation regarding 9-11, we just don't know also all the truth what and how had happened.


"Loose Change" conspiracy speculations are not stable, there is no reasonable explanation regarding motivation (er, insurance money ??). And things do not prove anything. Believe it or not, even controlled demolition does not prove anything. And was it really controlled demolition ?


From some life experience that I have I somewhat suspicious watching 3 energetic students who suddenly come out with serious investigation video-work, producing buzz and selling 9-11 T-shirts on their site.


Dylan Avery's blog posts just strengthen these thoughts. These posts just show the complete lack of experience (writing and composition for example among other things). Just lame. And these guys are behind 9-11 serious investigation ?


"Stop bitching about our movie, and make your own. Prove us wrong, instead of relying on petty insults and ridiculous assumptions about three people you know nothing about, except maybe our names."


(Some anti Loose Change links: List of Key 9-11 Issues, screwloosechange blog.)


Time will tell...


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Thursday, May 25, 2006 4:25 AM

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# re: Thoughts on WTC conspiracy
yeah, i watched the first 5 minutes of the movie and it seemed kind of weak from the start. The dots were not connecting with one another.

5/25/2006 6:21 AM by Misha

# re: Thoughts on WTC conspiracy
Here:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7440129306993364432
they behave like complete jerks.

Loose change is full of lies and bad logic mixed with true evidence.

5/25/2006 9:20 PM by Anatoly Lubarsky

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