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The Futurist Republic of Funkytopia wrote:I've heard of him... the guy's a nut. Turns out he's even nuttier than I thought, murdering his own kids...

So i take it your not a believer of the execution theories? I've only recently discovered him, I have a co-worker who is a libertarian.. maybe a bit more tin - foil hat than I. :p
I find conspiracy theories compelling, not always believable.

I love conspiracy theories.

I remembered I made one about the NGA WAD trying yo usurp power from the Founder. I was right too.

The Libertatem Vice President of Muh Roads wrote:So i take it your not a believer of the execution theories? I've only recently discovered him, I have a co-worker who is a libertarian.. maybe a bit more tin - foil hat than I. :p
I find conspiracy theories compelling, not always believable.

I loathe 9/11 conspiracy theories. Not only are they goofy from a technical/engineering point-of-view, they're pretty vicious since they impugn the reputations of the victims. Not to mention the nasty anti-Semitic associations of a lot of the proponents.

The Libertatem Vice President of Muh Roads wrote:TTA has been approved. Thank you Libertatem Board for your fine work addressing this issue.

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RWN, Ankha, may I have your votes on the Proposal to amend the FRAUD Act such that foreign dignitaries need only wait fifteen days rather than thirty?

The Futurist Republic of Funkytopia wrote:I loathe 9/11 conspiracy theories. Not only are they goofy from a technical/engineering point-of-view, they're pretty vicious since they impugn the reputations of the victims. Not to mention the nasty anti-Semitic associations of a lot of the proponents.

Goofy from a technical/engineering point of view? How so? I only ask because some of the work done by ae911truth.org is pretty interesting. I've never been swayed one way or another on 9/11 theories. The terrorist groups and the US Government are responsible for horrible and terrible things, and I do not approve of either. But from what I can gather, the only motive for the government to do 9/11 is war with the middle east according to what I've read. That's a pretty terrible reason to terrorize and kill your own citizens, if we wanted war I'm sure the US could have pulled some random excuse out of Abe Lincolns hat.

The Libertatem Vice President of Muh Roads wrote:Goofy from a technical/engineering point of view? How so? I only ask because some of the work done by ae911truth.org is pretty interesting. I've never been swayed one way or another on 9/11 theories. The terrorist groups and the US Government are responsible for horrible and terrible things, and I do not approve of either. But from what I can gather, the only motive for the government to do 9/11 is war with the middle east according to what I've read. That's a pretty terrible reason to terrorize and kill your own citizens, if we wanted war I'm sure the US could have pulled some random excuse out of Abe Lincolns hat.

"Heheh, we don't like Falafel. Time for war." -George Bush

Conspiracy theories illustrate how well relatively intelligent people can fool themselves. If their assertions are challenged, they can always cook up another theory without having to account for the fact that their theories have been debunked. Two libertarians, Penn & Teller, actually do a great job illustrating why conspiracy theories are bull$%!#:

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=70c_1304578637

Short technical explanation: The most popular 9/11 theory (controlled demolition) is nonsense because the amount of explosives and placement required to bring down skyscrapers (many times larger than the biggest demolition job done in the past) would require the building to be gutted and thousands of people to be working nearly 24/7 for months. There is no way that tens of thousands of people going to work everyday would not notice such an operation, let alone be able to work in a building with half of its interior torn out. (Based on 6 years of engineering experience, ms aerospace & mechanical eng.)

The implication by the conspiracy theorists then is that all those people who either died on September 11, 2001 or lost friends and colleagues were involved in a major atrocity. Not only is that notion ridiculous, it slanders the names of people who lost their lives or loved ones. There are very few things more upsetting than seeing a widow or child of one of the victims have to hear that their family member is alive and working for some "shadowy government organization." It may be a game to the conspiracy nuts, but to the family members of victims this sort of crap is incredibly cruel.

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The Futurist Republic of Funkytopia wrote:There is no way that tens of thousands of people going to work everyday would not notice such an operation, let alone be able to work in a building with half of its interior torn out. (Based on 6 years of engineering experience, ms aerospace & mechanical eng.)

Yeah, but we'll never know cause all the people in the WTC are dead now, and the ones that didn't die were brainwashed by the men in black to never speak of what they saw. Me, I've got a thick tinfoil cap so they can't wipe my mind! I know what happened!

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