Sunday, September 03, 2006

Debunking 9/11 Denial

Saturday's New York Times had an article describing two new government publications debunking the infantile nonsense of the 9/11 deniers. The reports are available from the following links:

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Department of State: International Information Programs

The State Department resource is especially interesting as it is part of a broader site designed to debunk various myths and conspiracy theories. It's encouraging to see that people are finally recognizing the need to combat the spread of 9/11 denial and other ridiculous theories.

(Times link via LGF)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

NIST is no stranger to assessing building failures. One of the more famous was the collapse of a large section of the atrium of a hotel in Kansas City due to poor design and faulty construction.

If I had to guess, NIST will be called in to review Boston's "Big Dig" before that fiasco is finished.

4:13 PM  

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