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Yeah, physics, conservation of momentum, the theory of gravity ... those are all REAL weak arguments. Let's just continue to talk about Popular Mechanics (which does many military-linked stories and has ties to the DoD), instead of anything else.

I've listed multiple sources, including those "opposed," and scholars, and you've used one which has deep ties to the DoD, and you're calling my argument weak?

That to me is the epitomy of intellectual dishonesty.

by Monsieur le Prof (top notch records [all one word] at gmail dot com) on Sun Jun 10th, 2007 at 09:21:51 AM EST
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Here we go with the name-calling again.  Does that make you feel better about not actually making any serious points?

You. Have. Made. No. Arguments. Here.

Maybe you actually have an argument.  I have no way of knowing that.  You've simply linked to a handful of websites that can't even agree amongst themselves about What Really Happened and that spend more time debunking and deconstructing each other than they do trying to present a coherent narrative supported by solid evidence of whatever they feel might actually have happened on That Day.  Oh, and besides that, you've insulted me, Jerome and everyone else on the planet who might have the gall "intellectual dishonesty" to disagree with you.

Call me as many names as you want, but you're not strengthening your "case" one iota; in fact, thus far you haven't made a case for yourself at all, and calling me all the names in the world isn't going to add up to a coherent argument.

But sure, let's keep talking about me and all the things you think I am, rather than anything of substance.

by the stormy present (stormypresent aaaaaaat gmail etc) on Sun Jun 10th, 2007 at 10:44:47 AM EST
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Then you're welcome to have an honest debate
by Monsieur le Prof (top notch records [all one word] at gmail dot com) on Mon Jun 11th, 2007 at 08:42:21 AM EST
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