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JustGoWithItI'm sure there are a few false flag operations out there. It would simply be naive to say there wasn't.
However people need to realize there is a million ways an event can occur however in the end only one is true. What I mean by that is someone could say aliens knocked down the twin towers or that Howie Mandel's head reflected the sun and blinded the pilots. While one could cherry pick logical sounding evidence(e.g. Howie just got his head waxed and was riding on a banana tube behind a jet ski in the Upper Bay when the planes hit) to make the story seem true that still doesn't mean it is.
The problem with most conspiracy theories is that they are littered with fallacies if you examine them closely.
CONAIR_BUSCEMIThat also can be said about NIST's official analysis on the collapse of the north and south towers as well as the WTC7 Solomon complex. They will not allow their analysis to be peer reviewed, they have not done any physical tests, have lied countless times, and have fraudulently made up their input data for temperatures and time on the steel girders of North tower. Anyone with any common sense would want a new independent investigation into 9/11 cleared of fraudulent pseudoscience, fallacies, lies and collusion. Thousands of architects, structural engineers and demolition experts want this and so don't the victim's family members. Or of course we could just believe fraudulent science. You are very right to say that people cherry pick the facts so as to push their beliefs, but that can be said about almost anything.
LonelyWe really do need to look at this as a society. There's a lot of shit going on behind the scenes and it's all going to blow up in the next couple of decades.