In the media

Beauty is Truth [Featured article in the Stranger, (Seattle's Only Newspaper)]

To read original article: http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/Content?oid=309650

Six years after 9/11, more than a third of Americans believe the attacks were an inside job. Are 9/11 Truth groups a convenient harbor for conspiracy theorists, crackpots, and lizard-man chasing coincidence-hunters, or are they actually onto something?

By Paul Constant

The eight of them huddled around a table at a coffee shop could easily be confused for a comic-book fan society, or a Dungeons & Dragons kaffeeklatsch. They’re mostly white men in their 20s and 30s, many with creative facial hair. They’re dressed casually. The majority of them are computer programmers. Nearly half of them work at Microsoft, although they coyly refer to it as a “major computer-software firm based out of Redmond,” presumably for fear of workplace repercussions.

“I’d like to call this meeting to a quorum,” a guy named Robin says, presumably hamming it up because a member of the media is present, “and I’d also like to point out that we’re all mostly white guys and that that’s how this whole thing started.”