Metabunk is Pathetic

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Every now and then I wander into a debunker site to check my work.

Metabunk is famous for debunking fantastical claims, so I decided to see how they would react to debunking the claim that mostly hollow aluminum jets can slice steel.

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Mark Bunnell · July 6, 2022 at 8:46 pm

Metabunk guilt by association

What metabunk seems to me is guilt by association. For example, the US backing of Ukraine coup of 2014 is on par with UFOs as wild theories go. Obama bragged about it publicly.

    Steve De'ak · August 1, 2022 at 8:41 am

    Agreed. Investigating 9/11 has no place alongside lizard people, aliens, or bigfoot.

    The so-called “alternative” sites are the same way. Starting in the early 1990’s, sites like “Above Top Secret,” and people like David Icke and Alex Jones (and many others) surfaced, thereby cornering the market on resources for alternative information. 1993 was a big year for the 9/11 project too. That was when the first bombing took place, providing the back story that Islamic fundamentalists were somehow offended by the WTC. It also allowed the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey a reason to close the complex for “renovations,” which of course would provide excellent cover for dismantling activity. The bombing also gave any remaining tenants an excuse to leave, and anyone else would be forced out with huge rent increases. It was also in 1993 that the Shanksville site appears to have been chosen, as that was when the US Geological Survey photo was taken. That photo was used by Chris Bollyn as the basis for his misinformation that the flight 93 crash site preexisted 9/11, and that all the perps had to do was detonate a bomb in the middle of it.

    Even the flight number is a clue. They love their numbers after all. My guess is ’93 was the ‘go-live’ date.

    What a tangled web they weave.

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