9/11 Conspiracy Theories
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Conspiracies or Institutions: 9-11 and Beyond
Shalom, Stephen R.; Albert, Michael
Why and how does much (but not all) conspiracy theorizing create a tendency for people to depart from rational analysis?
9-11 Loose Change Second Edition Viewer Guide
Debunking 9/11 conspiracy theories.
Panoply of the Absurd
Conspiracy theorists are filling bestsellers with their supposed evidence about September 11.
Post 9/11 Conspiracism
The tendency to explain all major world events as primarily the product of a secret conspiracy is called conspiracism. The antidote to conspiracism is Power Structure Research.
The September 11 X-Files
One problem with conspiracy theorizing is that it can distract from the true and (sometimes mundane) misdeeds and mistakes of government.
The Truth About the "9/11 Truth Movement"
A rebuttal of some of the claims made by 9/11 conspiracy theorists.
When 9/11 Conspiracy Theories Go Bad
Aren't these conspiracy theories too silly to address? That should be the case. But, sadly, they do attract people.
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9/11: Debunking The Myths
Popular Mechanics special report on September 11 conspiracy theories.
Skeptical analysis of conspiracy theories about September 11, 2001.
Screw Loose Change Video
This is a counter-video of the famous "Loose Change 2nd Edition". Using their own video and words, "Screw Loose Change" debunks the theories and statements made in Loose Change 2nd Edition.