Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Popular Mechanics debunks 9/11 myths

PM scrubs down 16 of the most prominent (I didn't know there were 16) 9/11 myths with expert help and a healthy dose of common sense. (Hat tip: Instapundit).


Blogger Garry Wilmore said...

Interesting article. I am not inclined to buy into conspiracy theories, and am doubtless one of only a dozen or so people who actually believe, for example, that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone, and that he was in fact JFK's true assassin. But 9/11 has, unfortuately, provided a more recent goldmine for conspiracy theorists. (And why is it that Americans, in particular, tend to become so obsessed with conspiracy theories, anyway?) I had heard some of these ideas before, but others, which I learned of for the first time, are so ridiculous that I can't imagine anyone seriously believing them (for instance, the one about the Flight 93 passengers all being drugged.)

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