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Re: [humanism-174] Michael

From: coreyhaines
Sent on: Wednesday, March 12, 2008 2:31 PM

On Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 12:18 PM, Mark R. Orel <[address removed]> wrote:
Michael wrote:
I agree, there are a lot of conspiracy theories  that  are  wacky.  The reason I cannot
lump the "Loose Change" movie with the others, is simply because they raise questions
that should be easily answered and they are not.  Some of the people who are still

Could you give some examples of the questions that should be easily answered and are not answered adequately?


I also agree that the U.S. Government is well hated around the world.  But that doesn't
mean that questions should not be answered. 

On problem I have with the 9/11 conspiracy people is that they tend to not accept answers that are out of line with their preconceived notions. So, when you do provide an answer, they tend (I emphasize 'tend' not 'always') reject the answer as a further conspiracy. This is a never-ending rabbit hole.


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