If you’ve ever wondered if there is something fundamentally wrong with mainstream skepticism, the mainstream media, and society in general, you only have to look at how the term “conspiracy theory” is used.Read More
About the Author
Michael Fullerton has a BSc in Computer Science and Psychology from the University of Calgary. He works as a software designer. He is a member of Scientists for 9/11 Truth and Scholars for 9/11 Truth & Justice. Fullerton began studying scientific problems with the official 9/11 story in 2006 and has written several articles on the subject. Visit his website at www.skeptopathy.com.
The official theory of the pivotal events of 9/11, the falls of the Twin Towers and WTC 7, has no credible verifiable scientific evidence to support it. As such, this theory is faith-based not science-based.Read More
If there are no supporting observations for an explanation, that explanation is based purely on faith, not science. Attempting to portray such pseudo-science as science is fraud.Read More
True skepticism is vital for scientific inquiry. Pathological skepticism, however, as 9/11 sketopathy illustraets, is not about science, but faith.Read More
The inescapable and disturbing conclusion is that the most scientific theory available for the WTC 7 collapse is that it was a controlled demolition, brought down with explosives.Read More