I wrote an article called Understanding 9/11: Follow the Planes and Passengers recently in which I used Bureau of Transportation Statistics records and other facts about 9/11. I determined that plotters merged the four flights into two and tricked air controllers into believing the two flights left behind actually flew that day.
Some feedback has been positive. The rest of it has been unresponsive (some have called it a "no plane" theory even though I identify the planes used by flight number)
Which is a shame. We need a good debate within the 9/11 Truth community as to what really happened. There are disagreements about some of the details, which is hardly unexpected, but the best way to work out disagreements is to talk them (or email them) out.
I challenge those serious about finding the truth to articulate why they believe the way they do.
Reasonable minds can differ, for instance, as to what hit the World Trade Center. But it is not reasonable to make presumptions or to preempt another's ideas with name-calling. This behavior causes rifts that are costly and hard to mend.
So I challenge the truth community further to identify the issues about 9/11 that are most important to determine the truth about.
If we all are in consensus (not necessarily full agreement) as to what we need to show to a public asleep on this issue after nine years of lies from our leaders, we will be better able to work together. I grew up playing baseball and my analogy is that if the team of 9/11 Truth
needs you to play right field, go play it.
After all, the "jersey" that we wear does not show "no planes" or "missile at the Pentagon" on it. It shows the word truth. And when the truth stares at us on a one-way street, it is time for a new direction!