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28 Peer-Reviewed Journal Papers that Critically Analyze 9/11

Since the first peer-reviewed journal paper that critically examined the evidence of the events of September 11th, 2001, which was by physics professor Steven E. Jones entitled “What Accounts for the Molten Metal Observed on 9/11/2001?” in the Journal of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters in 2006, there have been several academics that worked very hard over the years to publish in mainstream journals despite the barriers. This is a major achievement for the 9/11 research community. The community is encouraged to read the following four recent papers, especially the conclusion of the doctoral dissertation at Oklahoma State University:

August 2017 | Conspiracy Theories and the Paranoid Style: Do Conspiracy Theories Posit Implausibly Vast and Evil Conspiracies?
Journal: Social Epistemology: A Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Policy (Taylor & Francis Online)
Author: Dr. Kurtis Hagen, PhD (Philosophy)
Link: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/FaiFjpuf75tJQWTkqTDi/full

June 2017 | Peer Review in Controversial Topics—A Case Study of 9/11
Journal: MDPI (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute)
Author: Dr. John D. Wyndham, PhD (Physics)

World-Renowned Author Gore Vidal on 9/11

http://digg.com/political_opinion/World_Renowned_Author_Gore_Vidal_on_9_11

Gore Vidal is a novelist, essayist, playwright, and provocateur whose career has spanned six decades, beginning in the years immediately following World War II and continuing into the early years of the twenty-first century.

WIRED Magazine is looking for user-submitted conspiracy theories

WIRED magazine, in the new issue, ran a story about conspiracy theories. Naturally they mentioned 9/11 in the way you'd expect a mainstream publication to mention it:

The US Government Was Behind 9/11
Or Jews. Or Jews in the US government. The documentary Loose Change claimed to find major flaws in the official story — like the dearth of plane debris at the site of the Pentagon blast and that jet fule alone could never vaporize a whole 757. Judge for yourself: After Popular Mechanics debunked the theory, the magazine's editors faced off with proponents in a debate, available on YouTube.

Fortunately, they give readers an opportunity to submit new conspiracy theories. So why not submit the theory that we all can probably agree is the wildest - that 19 Arabs took down the world's superpower.

I'm not going to link to the URL to give them this website in their server's referrer logs. Just go to wired.com, click "Read Magazine" in the site menu, then click "THE BEST: CONSPIRACY THEORIES" in the upper sidebar.

Let's give WIRED some really wild theories!

David Ray Griffin on Mainstream Vancouver Radio Today (April 27th)

Listen to 14 CFUN (1410 AM) at 10:30 am today April 27th at about 10:30 am (Pacific) to hear a live interview with David Ray Griffin.

The call in number is 604-280-2386

If you are outside the Vancouver listening area, the show can be heard on the internet too (on site streaming audio) at

http://www.cfun.com/

or open this URL in your Windows Media Player

http://ontrel.wm.llnwd.net/ontrel_cfun/

Note: 11:30 am Mountain, 12:30 pm Central, 1:30 pm Eastern