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Then it should be easy to debunk. Where's the plane? Where are the passengers that took that flight? etc, etc.

As the US government has had plans that included the fake desturtion of an airplane, this approach might not get you very far.

Wikipedia on Operation Northwoods:

The suggestions included:
Destroying an unmanned drone masquerading as a commercial aircraft supposedly full of "college students off on a holiday". This proposal was the one supported by the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

On the other hand:

what caused this?

Leads into a whole other direction filled with speculation.

In general I think one should be allowed to question one theory about an event without immediately presenting another. The need to have a complete story at every point is in my opinion one of the driving forces behind the 'conspiracy theory'-discourse that is counterproductive to an investigative approach an rational discourse (as I believe a huge part of this thread shows).

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by A swedish kind of death on Fri Sep 15th, 2006 at 09:01:45 PM EST
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