Popular Mechanics crank can't admit defeat
What a loser.
Rather than admit that he's wrong and we're right, the man who thinks he 'debunked' the Truth, with his empty commentary in Popular Mechanics last year, wails and whines about being compared to a Nazi.
For a 104-year-old magazine about science, technology, home improvement and car maintenance, this was pretty extreme stuff.
Boo-hoo. Where's the beef? There is none.
Unable to admit that he was discredited because his piece lacked substance, he wants readers to believe that he was persecuted because he conducted 'research.' The man is in absolute denial and suffers from paranoid delusions. Instead of accepting the fact that 9/11 Truth theories are now mainstream, he insists we 'inflitrated the mainstream' as if through some voo-doo powers and not simply through logic and reason.
"Conspiracy theorists want to pick and choose which facts to believe," he cries. Yeah, so what? Judges do it all the time. Witnesses present evidence, the Judge decides which facts to believe and which to discard as incredible.
Then he has the nerve to characterize the mickey mouse evidence upon which the official version relies as 'a huge preponderance of evidence' and the glaring gaps that could fit a herd of elephants as 'a small handful of anomolies.' What a joke.
"But they're not true," he cries. And to prove it, he attacks two inconsequential quotes, which even if false, only discredit the quotes, not necessarily the underlying facts. More importantly, he doesn't come any where near the gaping holes and impossibilities in the official story that prove it's a LIE.
The American public has every right to ask hard
questions about 9/11. And informed skepticism about government and media
can be healthy. But skepticism needs to be based on facts, not fallacies.
Unfortunately, for all too many, conspiratorial fantasies offer a seductive
alternative to grappling with the hard realities of a post-9/11 world.
Give it up, Meigs - like it or not, the Truth will prevail.
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