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Skeptics of Tucson Message Board › 9/11 Conspiracy Predicted in the X-Files

9/11 Conspiracy Predicted in the X-Files

A former member
Post #: 23
Don L.
Group Organizer
Tucson, AZ
Post #: 105

So are you saying that the creators of the X-Files were hip to the arms trade conspiracy to attack New York with airliners?

You don't have to go into the TV archives, however. There were dire predictions in the intelligence reports. Information on terrorists training to fly airliners was available but President Bush was too busy reading children books to kids to pay attention to such trivia.
A former member
Post #: 10
The Conspiratorial Method:

Evidence is evidence inasmuch as it supports my conclusion (an entertaining narrative). Evidence is weighted by how much it supports the conclusion. Therefore a story that parallels the conclusion is better evidence than anything... anything that contradicts the conclusion. In fact, that which contradicts the narrative is not evidence at all.
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