Tonight's discussion was very worthwhile. Led by Russ Osborn, we talked about what we know and what we don't know about 9/11, stories that have changed over time, and facts that might not be in evidence. The core of Russ' argument is simply that there is significant evidence to suggest that there's more to the 9/11 attacks than we've been led to believe. Russ brought some literature and CDs and agreed to share some additional resources via weblinks. He also challenged us to produce evidence that supports the government's claims that al qaeda is responsible for the 9/11 attacks.
To get the ball rolling, I'll offer one link to review - http://www.debunking911.com/
Thanks to those who showed up - we had a couple of new members make a first appearance and saw some folks who've been absent for too long.
Next week's topic is a follow-on from last week's field trip to the Deadly Medicine exhibit. How do we value human life? Maybe a better way to say it is "what makes a human life valuable?" I think that the idea is that there's something inherently valuable within every human that makes murdering a human a much graver crime than killing a houseplant, a dog, or even a chimpanzee (even though the human species DNA differs from the chimp species DNA by something like 4%).