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I've been following the debate on AT between J.R. Dunn and that moonbat 'professor.' One of the moonbat's central points is that no wreckage readily identifiable as having come from a passenger jet was found on the site of the Pentagon. Really? Look at the photos at the end of the presentation in the link I provide.

[Readers are strongly urged to view the 6 minute video — editor]

It shows wreckage that a three year old could recognize as belonging to a passenger jet. I think these conspiracy nuts should now be ignored, not legitimized by serious debate.

Rocco Di Pippo, The Autonomist   9 21 06

 

 

 

I've been following the debate on AT between J.R. Dunn and that moonbat 'professor.' One of the moonbat's central points is that no wreckage readily identifiable as having come from a passenger jet was found on the site of the Pentagon. Really? Look at the photos at the end of the presentation in the link I provide.

[Readers are strongly urged to view the 6 minute video — editor]

It shows wreckage that a three year old could recognize as belonging to a passenger jet. I think these conspiracy nuts should now be ignored, not legitimized by serious debate.

Rocco Di Pippo, The Autonomist   9 21 06