You Might be a "Truther"

With apologies to Jeff FoxWorthy:

If you make the statement that fire can’t melt steel despite the fact that nobody other than you said the steel in the WTC melted, you might be a “truther.”

If you assume the molten metal seen  from the WTC has to be steel and ignore the fact that there were other metals in the building, you might be a “truther.”

If you think David Ray Griffin, a theologian, is a more reliable source than the numerous structural engineers that actually analyzed the collapse, you might be a “truther.”

If you automatically think black smoke is a sign of an oxygen-starved fire, despite the fact that the 1991 pictures of  the burning Iraqi oil fields, which were OUTDOORS, showed copious amounts of black smoke, you might be a “truther.”

If you insist no plane hit the Pentagon or the WTC despite the many eyewitnesses who saw it, you might be a “truther.”

If you think a speeding aircraft should remain intact after hitting a wall of reinforced concrete at over 540 MPH, you might be a “truther.”

If you consider Richard Gage, who has no experience in the field of controlled demolition,  to be more reliable than Brent Blanchard, who has 20 years of experience in  that field, you might be a “Truther”.

If you ignore the difference between a “static” load and a “dynamic” load, you might be a “truther.”

If you think it’s impossible to move more with less, you might be a “truther.”

If you think that  a plane slamming into the wall should have left an airplane-shaped hole in the Pentagon, you might be a “truther.”

If you think limestone is the same thing as concrete, you might be a “truther.”

If you try to pass off the Payne Stewart aircraft intercept as taking 20 minutes but ignore the change from Eastern to Central time, you might me a “truther.”

If you confuse the speed of gravity with acceleration due to gravity, you might be a “truther.”

If you think that anything that sheared off of Flight 77 should have just plopped ontothe ground in clear violation of Newton’s 1st Law, you might be a “truther.”

If you only look for stuff that fits your theory and ignore everything else, yet claim to be using the scientific method, you might be a “truther.”

If you claim the official government sources are lying, yet cherry-pick quotes from those exact same sources, you might be a “truther.”

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