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Friday, February 08, 2008

Wikipedia 911 page: huh?

So, in going to the wikipedia "911 conspiracy theories" page, I find a real piece of crap of an article.

What I'd like to know is: who wrote this, and why is it so bad?

For many of the examples provided, there are quick and easily verifiable points available to post. For example, the melting point of steel, or, even, the melting point of the same kind of steel used in the towers framework. Furthermore, the environment and energy needed to achieve this melting point. Or, the free-fall speed of an object falling 1368 feet. Or, perhaps, the destructive force of a 9-ton jet engine travling at 400+ miles per hour.

There are no such examples provided in this crummy article. There's a distinct lack of anything useful or convincing.

Without going very far away from regular old science, it is easy to demonstrate that at bare minimum, a case of fantastic negligence occurred on this day.

Going a wee bit further, it becomes apparent: the 'official story' ignores, lies about or distorts the real story in order to achieve is official verdict on what happened that day.

As usual, plausible deniability is what was planned for, and it was achieved. I don't mean to say I know what happened or how it happened, just that the end result is the people in charge are all shrugging and ignoring, and eventually the problem will just go away.

So what is wikipedia doing posting such a bland and crappy version of 'the 911 conspiracy'? Way to be a bunch of pussies, wikipedia. That article reads like some reader's digest fluff piece. I expect far better than that from wikipedia.


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