Well today is September 11, the 6th anniversary of the attacks on the towers.
I hope that this day does not affect the families of those affected. Especially those who happen to be at the site of the towers.
The so-called "Truthers" will be there spewing their filth.
And that is all it is filth no matter what they say.
For example I go onto the Myspace political forum and it is full of 9/11 related crap, like it was faked, while I write this I look and see 9 threads with the numbers 9 and 1 and 1 in that order.
It is just sick. I personally am getting sick of it.
However some of those threads titled '9/11' were made by debunkers poking fun at the idiots.
I did find one important little gem.
A proper scientist has decided to tackle the 'demolition' idea. Dr Keith Seffen is a Cambridge University scientist and has published this paper in the Journal of Engineering Mechanics. We all know it is complete shit but it is rather important because, unlike the conspiracy theorists, proper scientists put there ideas up to the all important peer review.
The conspiracy theorists seem to think that they don't have to stand up to the same scrutiny as real scientists and no conspiracy theorist has tried to publish a paper that would even disprove the Bazant-Zhou paper (see the link above entitled "peer review"), they can try on the internet, and a few sites seem to try but they are not doing it on the field of science.
They are pretend pretend scientists who should be ashamed of themselves for trying to pass off this shit as real science. That link can take you to many papers that disprove the conspiracy theorists however you will never see a conspiracy theorist publish their work in a scientific journal or try to disprove those peer-reviewed hypotheses in a scientific journal.
They may make up some stupid argument as a reason why they shouldn't but all it shows is that they have no argument that can stand up to science.
I will leave you with a 9/11 related psychology thing. Look at the following two pictures that I nicked from here:
(I don't know if the pictures are working though. Stupid Australian internet).