s. shyam sunder
How can we honestly discuss science if we do not pay careful attention to logic?
Paradoxically, the logical fallacies get little attention, but they are among the most useful of tools for thinking clearly about 9/11.
For instance, the basic "appeal to unqualified authority" helps short-circuit NIST's injection of possibly false information into the debate.
A couple of videos that point out fallacies in NIST's reasoning:
Sunder on What Controlled Demolition Looks Like
We Have the Results and Only We Have the Results