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9/11 Trutherism is Dead

As we remember those lost on 9/11, let’s remember that the 9/11 truther movement is dead.

As Google Trends shows, 9/11 trutherism peaked in 2006-2007 during the days of Loose Change.  263 more words


Meta-Blog: It’s All Been Done

Woo-hoo-hoo, it’s all been done!

I’ve had the idea for the Crohn’s blog in my head for a long time, but many ideas are offer stifled by fear of overdoing something. 624 more words

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UPDATE: Shaq Says 'I Am Not, And Never Have Been, A '9/11 Truther''

Earlier today, we brought you evidence Shaquille O’Neal was a 9/11 Truther. A blog post detailing his skepticism about the grisly events on September 11, 2001 posted on his website and shared on his Facebook page seemed to make this entirely clear. 347 more words


Shaquille O'Neal Outed Himself As A 9/11 Truther On His Own Website

Shaquille O’Neal outed himself as a 9/11 truther last night. In doing so, he joins a surprising number of celebrities (Woody Harrelson, Charlie Sheen, Rosie O’Donnell, Janeane Garofalo, and even Mark Ruffalo) who feel the same way. 273 more words


No End To The 9-11 Conspiracies

It’s been over 13 years since the world witnessed the events of 9-11 but the theories which deny the reality of that day keep coming. The latest in a long line of articles which attempt to undermine what billions of people saw with their own eyes is by author Frances Shure: 1,748 more words

Someone Needs a Debris-fing

We’re going to be talking about plane crashes, obviously.  If you’re particularly saddened by news of the recent crash of Germanwings Flight 9525 into the French Alps (and I can’t blame you if you are), you may wish to scroll on by. 781 more words

SCI-FI HAPPENS: How a viral ad from the year 2000 continues to confound truthers

In 1992, the Sci-Fi Channel launched, giving the world Farscape, the good Battlestar Galactica and an unhealthy amount of Stargate. A fallow period for TV science fiction caused them to rebrand themselves as the SyFy Network, home of wrestling and light fantasy shows about small towns with secrets. 1,057 more words

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