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Part IV of the Controlled Demolition debate... amazing that we still have to go over ground long-settled. CTers are nothing if not dogmatists/fundamentalists, incredibly stubborn when it comes to evolving their positions.

NeuroLogica Blog » 9/11 Conspiracy Debate

The rebuttal from Fullerton was pretty bad and made me wish for a better debate opponent. What this turned into was a sad exercise in retread - its a shame the Truther camp can't put up any better than this.

Some highlights from the final installment:

"My other major criticism of Michael’s position, that of controlled demolition, is that there is no specific evidence of controlled demolition. This is where Michael gets the most squirrelly – he does not explicitly state a specific narrative for what type and how the controlled demolition was used, nor cite any evidence to support that specific narrative. Instead he anomaly hunts, and uses transparent special pleading.

The most damning evidence against a controlled demolition is the lack of explosions. Demolitions using explosives are easy to detect, there is a characteristic loud and obvious explosion at one or more levels just prior to collapse. We have copious video, audio, and seismic recordings of the collapse of the towers, and no recorded evidence indicated explosions. Michael does a bit of the kettle defense, arguing that explosions are not necessary, but some witnesses heard explosions. The eyewitness testimony is clearly trumped by the recorded evidence, and it is easy to see how many people would use the word “explosion” to describe the loud noise of the towers collapsing. Yet Michael is bizarrely arguing that using unreliable and vague eyewitness testimony trumps recorded evidence, and that this is more “scientific.”"


"I would like, for example, for Michael to state explicitly what he thinks happened on 9/11. What I infer is that he thinks the towers were rigged with massive amounts of explosives, or perhaps thermite, without anyone noticing. Then, on 9/11, agents flew commercial jets into the towers, either into predetermined floors or at random, meaning that the entire towers were rigged for CD to accommodate wherever the towers were struck. Then, just as the tower collapses initiated due to structural failure, the controlled demolition was set off in a precisely timed an coordinated way (using theoretical technology), without producing any visible evidence, to ensure that the towers fell in a manner consistent with controlled demolition. Otherwise, of course, they might have fallen in a manner consistent with structural failure (a manner Michael never bothers to define or defend). Michael might also believe the controlled demolition was used to ensure the towers did fall, which means whoever engineered the event predicted the initiation of collapse but couldn’t do the calculations to know that full tower collapse was inevitable.

When you lay it all out it becomes obvious why Michael doesn’t."​
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5 Reasons Conspiracy Theories Are Destroying the World

By Adam Wears, Sam Jackson July 15, 2014 | Cracked.com


We all know a conspiracy theorist. Maybe it's that kid from high school who keeps putting photos of "chemtrails" on his Facebook wall, or an uncle who listens to alternative radio and thinks Obama is a reptilian creature in a human skin suit. It's easy to laugh at them and congratulate ourselves for being smarter than they are, but in doing so you'd be missing something important:

They're winning.

Yeah, it's time to take conspiracy theorists seriously, but not for the reasons they want us to.

#5. The More Information People Have Access to, the Worse It Gets

Right after John F. Kennedy was assassinated, about 52 percent of people thought there was some kind of conspiracy at play, according to polls at the time. Of course, this was the dark ages of the 1960s, before you could just tap your iPhone and instantly find thorough debunkings of the conspiracy theories and dead simple explanations of things like the "magic bullet." In the 50 years since, we've massively increased the number of college graduates in the population and, you know, magically made all human knowledge instantly accessible to nearly everyone at any time. As a result, that 52 percent of conspiracy believers ... has gone up to fucking 61 percent.

Holy shit! That means some of you reading this almost certainly believe in the JFK conspiracy. But we're not here to insult you -- that just means that at some point you learned about the conspiracy theories but didn't also learn that experts disproved them long ago. That's the point -- all of the information is out there, but for many of you the only bits that stuck to your brain were the ones that aren't supported by any evidence at all.

And you see this everywhere -- 37 percent of Americans think global warming is a hoax perpetrated by a conspiracy of at least 30,000 climate scientists cooperating behind the scenes as part of a secret agenda. And then there is a hardcore 20 percent or so who believe in pretty much any goddamned thing -- from the U.S. government having staged the 9/11 attacks, to a conspiracy to hide evidence of alien visitors. And then there's the 28 percent who believe in one, overarching conspiracy involving a class of elites secretly controlling, just, all of the world events behind the scenes. From the wars in the Middle East to the writing of this article, all of us are just puppets -- here's a video explaining how Beyonce is at the center of it all:

The ironic part is that the above video exposes a truth way more horrifying than some dark conspiracy spanning Zionist bankers and Jay-Z's record label: the fact that access to information doesn't actually make us smarter.

See, conspiracy buffs have a very specific method -- they'll pore through the available data until they find something that confirms their belief, like an odd shadow in a single moon landing photo that somehow proves the whole thing was the most expensive and pointless hoax of all time (seriously, if they were going to fake it, couldn't they have thrown in some aliens or something to make it interesting?). They ignore all of the other evidence, so the sheer volume of available data actually makes their job easier.

Or just claim that it was technologically impossible while proposing a theory that actually was technologically impossible.

During the 9/11 attacks, for instance, the BBC reported on rumors that Building 7 of the World Trade Center had collapsed, while the building was clearly visible in the background (it would collapse a half hour later). It was a simple misreading of a report, but to the conspiracy buffs, it was proof that the BBC was in on staging the attacks (along with all other news agencies, all government agencies, all scientists, and pretty much everyone you know). The even stupider theory that the Sandy Hook shooting never actually happened made it all the way to mainstream media attention due to conspiracy theorists poring over photographs and news reports -- any misplaced pixel on a photo is proof of Photoshop, any misspoken word in a news report is evidence of a cover-up.

Then, the conspiracy believers can set up a message board to share their theories and ban/delete any dissenting views -- creating a little island where it's ridiculous not to believe that the murder victims we see on the news aren't robots and/or holograms. Scroll down to the comments here and prepare to have your mind blown -- one guy posts that the Sandy Hook massacre was done by the same squad that "began their evil twisted careers with the faked death and witness protection escape for Elvis," and no one disagrees with him.


Whoa, there's a death squad where you get to meet Elvis? Where do we sign?

#4. People Are Dying

So, already we can see that there is a particularly nefarious glitch in the human brain that causes us to hear minority opinions a lot louder than the majority. After all, what they're saying is more interesting by sheer virtue of it being different, kind of like how you notice a single red rose growing in the middle of a grass field or, more fittingly, a single dog turd on a white tile floor. So when 99 percent of scientists agree that, for example, the benefits of vaccines far outweigh the risks, it becomes boring background noise. But when, in 1998, medical journal The Lancet published a single solitary study that showed a possible link between the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine and autism, it created a worldwide panic that's still raging 16 years later.


Pfft, what would a doctor know about medicine? Let's listen to what the Playboy model has to say.

The article was almost immediately discredited as fraud, retracted with an apology, and the author banned from practicing medicine, which is about as hard as you can possibly tell a scientist to go fuck himself while jumping down a well. But the conspiracy genie was already out of the bullshit bottle, and no amount of fancy "proper science" could stuff it back in -- the retraction of the article was seen as a cover-up, leading to a full-blown conspiracy theory about "Big Pharma" trying to kill us with vaccines. This is a perfect example of the breakdown in human psychology that makes this possible -- the sheer fact that the assertion is outrageous and dismissed by experts makes people believe it more.

So, as a result of parents not vaccinating children against diseases, we're seeing increased numbers of diseases such as whooping cough and measles. In 2012, the U.S. suffered its worst outbreak of whooping cough in 70 years; in Washington state, there were over 2,520 cases of the disease, a 1,300 percent increase over the previous year, all because the state has the highest rates of parents refusing vaccination. And that's not even getting into the awful message it sends to kids with autism ("We literally thought it would be better if you died of measles, fucker!"). This site is keeping a running body count, if you're interested.


And here's where the "conspiracy theory" aspect makes it so much more lethal. Due to the fear that scientists and pharmaceutical companies are all in on the scam, people tend to only trust the words of outsiders who have no idea what the hell they're talking about -- i.e., celebrities like Jenny McCarthy. Sure enough, whenever famous people discuss the "dangers" of vaccination, they cause a drop in vaccination rates from which it takes three years to recover.

And it isn't just vaccines -- the same year as the MMR study, The Lancet also published an equally sketchy study linking genetically modified potatoes to intestinal damage. In this case, the journal knew it was probably bullshit, but published anyway in order to "avoid suspicions of a conspiracy" against the authors.

Why? Because there is a backlash against GMO food based on panicky minority opinion that is proving just as damaging as the anti-vaccine movement. In the early 2000s, Zambia was hit by a devastating famine, so the U.S. sent humanitarian aid in the form of genetically modified grain. The country's president refused to accept the aid, calling it "poison," and had all 500 tons of it locked away, solely on the advice of organizations like Greenpeace who'd briefed the government on the "dangers" posed by eating the grain. Never mind that there's never been a single documented case of harm from genetically modified food, which puts it up there with the level of risk posed by werewolves, or that the medical risks of eating nothing are fairly well known.

#3. It's a For-Profit Industry


Of course, much of the hysteria above is driven by a distrust of corporations, which by itself is a healthy thing. Corporations absolutely don't give a shit about you -- General Motors apparently allowed a fatal safety defect to go on for a decade before bothering with a recall. But what conspiracy lovers don't understand is that they also are the victims of a massive, for-profit industry. Just switch on the History Channel -- after shifting from history-based programming to "reality" shows (those are sarcasm quotes!), their ratings exploded thanks to a hit line-up that included shows such as Conspiracy, Ancient Aliens, and UFO Hunters. Back when it was dedicated to factual documentaries, History was the 20th most popular cable network, but since switching Hitler out for little green men, it's shot up to the Top 5. Bullshit sells.

However, none can hold a candle to the money generated by professional talk radio hucksters like Alex Jones and Glenn Beck. Through their individual media empires (which cover the media of print, radio, TV, the Internet, and penis-powering vitality serum), Jones and Beck alone rake in up to $10 million and $45 million a year, respectively. Hell, they should be thanking the Illuminati for that kind of revenue stream.

How do you get rich doing this sort of thing? Well, if you listen to Beck's show, you'll first hear about how unseen forces are ready to cause the utter collapse of society, and then at the commercial break you'll be informed that he's selling emergency food kits for when the nukes inevitably start landing on American soil (just $9,500 and you can keep your family alive on freeze-dried rations all through the coming war! You love your family, right?). The other big advertiser is gold sellers, because that's what you're going to be using for currency once the government collapses (just don't ask why the sellers want to unload their gold in exchange for your soon-to-be useless American dollars).

On the even more batshit end of the spectrum, Jones is hocking his own brand of health supplements to reverse the damage that's being done to your body by the fluoride that the government is pumping into your water supply to murder you, and by the chemicals being sprayed on you by aircraft, which the government has the audacity to call vapor trails.


ep, the same government that couldn't even set up a website right on the first try is pulling this off without a hitch.

Of course, these two are just a couple of the most successful examples -- it's a booming market with plenty of competition. Just take David Icke, the local British curiosity famous for claiming that the moon isn't real and that the world is run by shape-shifting alien reptiles. Laugh all you want -- that dude has a net worth of 10 million pounds, accumulated through book sales and expensive, sold-out live talks. Whether people are generally interested in the reptilian moon people or they're just paying absurd cash to watch a crazy guy humiliate himself for a few hours, that money adds up.

The point being, there is an entire industry that lives off of conspiracies, and thus needs to manufacture conspiracies in order to survive. So when the Navy Yard shootings happened in September 2013, Jones immediately declared it a "false flag" attack designed to build support for gun control legislation. That missing Malaysia Airlines flight, which clearly just crashed into the ocean? Just moments after the news broke, Jones had the scoop that the plane may have been converted into a flying "nuclear weapon." Here he is warning that Obamacare is just a prelude to genocide:

And, of course, McCarthy rode her anti-vaccination fad all the way to the bestseller list and a sweet TV hosting gig. What we're trying to say is that a lot of this is driven by the fact that these people don't want to have to get real jobs.

#2. They Bring Out the Worst in People

Here's where it starts to get weird.

We've gone to great lengths to point out that people tend to gravitate toward these theories despite a lack of evidence ... so you might say they want to believe, like the UFO poster says in Fox Mulder's office.
But at the same time, conspiracy theories make us miserable. Studies have found that people who believe in conspiracy theories tend to be much more cynical about life, feel more powerless, and have almost no self-esteem. This all amounts to a much more pissed-off population, and conspiracy theorists aren't shy about unleashing their anger on those who don't share their views. Those Sandy Hook conspiracy nut-jobs don't just keep to their message boards -- they've been defacing victim memorials and harassing the parents of the dead children (you know, for not coming clean about how they're actually just actors hired by the Illuminati).

Or ask Charlie Veitch, a former prominent 9/11 conspiracy theorist who later changed his mind. After going on YouTube to admit that he no longer thought 9/11 was an inside job, he had to go into hiding as thousands of conspiracy theorists from around the world set upon him with death threats. Someone contacted his mother to tell her that Veitch was a pedophile, and Alex Jones went on record to call him a sociopath.

Call us crazy, but it's almost like conspiracy theories turn you into an asshole.

Science seems to agree, by the way. A 2011 experiment sat down British college students, and after giving them primers on popular conspiracy theories like 9/11 and the JFK assassination, asked them if they would help pull those off if they had the chance. The ones that believed the conspiracy theories were also the ones more likely to say yes. And that group was also the most likely to dick people over for their own ends. After all, why play by society's rules if the whole thing is a sham?

And now we start to see what might be the real, cancerous effect of all of this ...

#1. They Make It Impossible to Fix the Real Problems

A while back they did another study in which a group of participants were shown the movie JFK, Oliver Stone's completely fictional film that pushed the idea that Kennedy was murdered by a conspiracy within the U.S. government. The film is not a documentary and doesn't claim to include real footage or real witnesses -- it is evidence of a JFK assassination conspiracy in exactly the same way that the third Transformers movie was evidence that the Apollo moon landing discovered Decepticons on the dark side of the moon.

Yet, surveys of the participant's emotions after they'd finished watching the movie showed that most left with feelings of anger and hopelessness, as well as a general unwillingness to accept the official story. They reported afterward that they felt more disillusioned with politics and less enthusiastic about voting (after all, what does it matter when you're voting for the Zionist NWO Illuminati Freemasons either way?) In another study, people who heard conspiracy theories about global warming were less interested in lowering their carbon footprint. In both cases, the theory gave them the excuse to do what they wanted to do anyway: give up.

So conspiracy theories end up being a bait-and-switch move where the fictional version of the problem soaks up whatever energy could be spent actually improving things.

Meanwhile, everyone else spins their wheels trying to debunk the theories, as if more information actually makes a difference. To try to stem the rising tide of kids coming down with measles because their parents are scared of the autism boogeyman, science has been forced to pump money into researching this issue again and again and again, coming out with study after study that shows no link. That's money that could have been used to research cancer cures of for developing better vaccines or even a serum to inject directly into Jenny McCarthy's brain to kill the stupid directly. But instead it's funding studies to debunk that same old autism/vaccine trope that's already been debunked. And it's all pointless, because to conspiracy theorists all of that new "evidence" is just further proof that The Man is working against them. "If there's nothing to it, why are scientists studying it so much?"

Meanwhile, as reports on climate change and the increasingly terrifying effects keep piling up, we're still trying (and failing) to convince people that it's a real thing that humans caused. Hell, even the president had to actually take time out of running the country to show his birth certificate. All because of this weird flaw in the human mind that makes us gravitate toward the most improbable version of events, and then congratulate ourselves for having the "courage" to stand up against those damned "experts" telling us we're wrong.


Up in their ivory towers with their accredited degrees and evidence-based, verifiable conclusions.
If you can figure out how to fix that, well, congratulations on having saved the world.

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Related Reading: Curious about where all these horrific conspiracies got their start? Read this article and you'll learn where the Obama's birth certificate B.S. first kicked off. Some conspiracies are terrifyingly real, like the fascist business owner coup that tried to oust FDR. But most conspiracy theories, even the venerable JFK assassination, are shockingly easy to debunk.


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Turns out faking the moon landing was potentially more of a technical challenge than actually going to the moon

Great perspective from a lifelong film worker:

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When you want to really know how the government is spying on you - go straight to the source and the investigative reporters uncovering stuff like this, all people like Alex Jones do is take the real reporting and wrap it in layer upon layer of bullshit and and then deliver it with a primal scream.

The Secret Government Rulebook For Labeling You a Terrorist

Alex Jones doesn't make news like this - he recycles it. A quote from the piece:

“Instead of a watchlist limited to actual, known terrorists, the government has built a vast system based on the unproven and flawed premise that it can predict if a person will commit a terrorist act in the future,” says Hina Shamsi, the head of the ACLU’s National Security Project. “On that dangerous theory, the government is secretly blacklisting people as suspected terrorists and giving them the impossible task of proving themselves innocent of a threat they haven’t carried out.” Shamsi, who reviewed the document, added, “These criteria should never have been kept secret.”
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this section does not require public availability of a report filed by any individual in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, or the National Security Agency, or any individual engaged in intelligence activities in any agency of the United States, if the President finds or has found that, due to the nature of the office or position occupied by such individual, public disclosure of such report would, by revealing the identity of the individual or other sensitive information, compromise the national interest of the United States ...

A similar move was done by Bush for 9/11, and the following 9/11 investigation, which has 28 pages completely redacted. They claim releasing said pages would compromise national security.
Yeah....National Security, as in the people of the U.S. would absolutely lose their shit once they knew who was involved, what went down before, during, and after, and ...etc.


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FBI turns up heat on Mike Adams as ‘Health Ranger’ fiasco widens, plus Adams’ archive


Last week, Mike Adams, the founder and editor of NaturalNews.com–a favorite site of Dr. Oz and anti-GMO campaigners, from Vandana Shiva to Center for Food Safetey’s Andrew Kimbrell to the Food Babe to Jeffrey Smith, but also dubbed by scientists and journalists as the number one anti-science site in cyberspace–launched an all out offensive against crop biotechnology.

Adams posted a screed on his website (since sanitized by Adams; we’ve included link to the pre-censored version) attacking supporters of genetic engineering as modern day Nazis, suggesting that anti-GMO activists should consider murdering scientists and journalists for their crimes against humanity. Adams then alerted readers to another site, Monsanto Collaborators, which was more or less a handy online list of these so-called ‘Nazi perpetrators”–aka scientists, journalists and news organizations that believe biotechnology can play a constructive role in farming–for crazies who might want to follow Adams’ marching orders and begin assassinations. I was prominently mentioned by Adams, no doubt because of the scathing Adams profile and fact sheet summary GLP posted in April.

Adams alerted readers to this new “collaborators” site, claiming he had nothing at all to do with it, but urging readers to lap it up. Not surprisingly, anti-GMO philosopher Vandana Shiva, whose credibility as a reasoned critic of GMOs is in tatters, linked to the Adams story on one of her sites (Shiva took down the Adams created violence inciting site on July 28, but an archived version of it has been preserved here.)

Needless to say, the last week and Adams’ anti-GMO offensive have not unfolded as he had anticipated. Keith Kloor, a science writer with a blog on Discover, has written a series of articles on the Adams fiasco, documenting the train wreck as it unfolded: here, here, and here.

But more interesting is the fact that it’s now clear that Adams was behind the Monsanto Collaborators site. Analyses by the GLP, geneticist Karl Haro von Mogel and most extensively by the website This Week in Pseudo Science have demonstrated that the NaturalNews.com coding signatures–akin to a DNA match–are all over the Monsanto Collaborators site, which was actually registered hours before Adams’ first attack column was published. In sum: Adams has been busted. He published both sites. He’s also launched two other slander and pseudo sites designed to promote himself and his products while trying to hammer critics.

Adams tried to cleanse his original NaturalNews.com post calling for the killing of scientists and journalists and is now blocking access to the Monsanto Collaborators site, which he claims was actually set up by Monsanto and its supporters to discredit him and other anti-GMO activists, but the truth is out and the damage has been done.

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, besieged by complaints from targets and the science and journalism communities, immediately launched an investigation of Adams and the site, with Adams facing possible felony charges of inciting violence (if he lived in a Europe or a Commonwealth country like the U.K., he would probably already have been served).

As the list of cyber stories on this still developing story, posted below, illustrates, the condemnation of Adams by mainstream journalists and scientists, including Paul Raeburn at Knight Science Journalism Tracker, has been overwhelming. Consensus: Adams is (in the words of scientist and blogger David Gorski) an uber-quack.

The issue here, of course, is not Adams. He is well known for his wildly popular fringe and inflammatory views, as his anti-science web site garners millions of hits every month. The real scandal is that what Adams writes about GMOs, including hyping the long discredited myth that GMOs are causing farmer suicides in India—is standard gruel for even so-called ‘mainstream’ and “responsible” anti-GMO activists.

In other words, Mike Adams is not an outlier in the anti-GMO movement…he is as mainstream as the Institute for Responsible Technology, Center for Food Safety, and sadly, even some environmental publications, on this issue, like Mother Jones. Their positions are grounded in ideology rather than science. That’s the scandal.

Below are the links, including to archived posts that Adams tried to but failed to purge, of the growing Adams dust-up.


Original Monsanto Collaborators site (blocked/taken down by Adams):


Adams’ follow up post on NaturalNews saying he’s not responsible for Collaborators page before he sanitized it: http://web.archive.org/web/20140725...rators_false_flag_operation_GMO_skeptics.html

Adams busted: Analysis of coding of Monsanto Collaborators site showing a ‘digital DNA match’ between NaturalNews.com and the Collaborators site, meaning that Adams created the Collaborators site that he first disavowed, then blamed on Monsanto, then took down:

Mike Adams builds a NaturalNews Nazi Time Machine

Attack articles on Adams-created propagandists, site, in which Jon Entine listed along with Magic Johnson and others: Home - Propagandists

Attack article on Jon Entine on Adams-created collaborators website, the first linked from Monsanto Collaborators page:

TruthWiki | Jon Entine

Jon Entine - Propagandists

Adams sets up two other propaganda sites to promote himself and attack critics: Mike Adams starts NaturalWiki and TruthWiki

Adams again attacks GMOs, and Entine: The Agricultural Holocaust explained: the 10 worst ways GMOs threaten humanity and our natural world - NaturalNews.com


Adams junk science circulated by anti-GMO sites:

Vandana Shiva’s Seed Freedom: http://seedfreedom.in/biotech-genoc...egacy-of-science-as-justification-for-murder/, Monsanto collaborators | Seed Freedom [NOTE: Shiva took down mirrored site on on July 29, but a mirrored version is preserved here.]

Tree of Liberty: Biotech Genocide, Monsanto Collaborators and the Nazi Legacy of "Science" as Justific


General articles and response on Adams fiasco:

Keith Kloor response (1) article Mike Adams, Monsanto, Nazis, and a Very Disturbing Article - Collide-a-Scape | DiscoverMagazine.com

Keith Kloor response (2): Mike Adams Escalates his Ugly Anti-GMO Campaign - Collide-a-Scape | DiscoverMagazine.com

Keith Kloor response (3): Mike Adams Capitalizes on the Myth Spread by Vandana Shiva - Collide-a-Scape | DiscoverMagazine.com

Genetic Literacy Project follow: NaturalNews huckster Mike Adams asks anti-GMOers to kill scientists, supporters of crop biotech | Genetic Literacy Project

GLP Updated Adams profile: Most

GLP Updated Fact Sheet on Adams: Mike Adams | Genetic Literacy Project

Genetic Literacy Project Follow that Adams busted: Mike Adams claims Monsanto set up “kill GMO supporters” website, as scientists, journalists face death threats | Genetic Literacy Project

Additional articles on unfolding Adams story:

RealClearScience: Anti-GMOer Asks Followers to Kill Scientists | RealClearScience,

Kevin Folta Illumination blog “Do Not Stop Adams and Intimidation – Exploit It”: Illumination: Do Not Stop Adams and Intimidation - Exploit It.

Kevin Folta on Adams and Shiva: Illumination: Do You Stand with Adams and Shiva?

Paul Raeburn, Knight Science Journalism at MIT: https://ksj.mit.edu/tracker/2014/07...tions-facing-death-threats-for-covering-gmos/

David Ropeik’s reflections: http://bigthink.com/risk-reason-and...ghtening-extremism-in-the-name-of-our-beliefs

Mother Jones: Popular Anti-Science Site Likens Journalists to "Nazi Collaborators" Over GMO Coverage | Mother Jones

Forward Progressive “Natural News Founder Accuses Scientists of Genocide, Hints They Should be Killed, Natural News Founder Accuses Scientists of Genocide, Hints They Should be Killed

Forward Progressive after Adams was busted for claiming he had no connection to ‘kill GMO suporters” site: Natural News Owner May Have Created Fake Holocaust Website To Smear Critics

Joni Kamiya, Hawaii Farmer’s Joni Kamiya, Hawaii Farmer’s Daughter: Anti-GMO Activists: A Family of Bad Information Delinquents Led By The Health Ranger | HawaiiFarmersDaughter

Steven Novella/Neurologica: NeuroLogica Blog » Mike Adams is a Dangerous Loon

David Gorski response (1): How “they” view “us,” Mike Adams and Kent Heckenlively edition – Respectful Insolence

David Gorski response (2): How “they” view “us” revisited: Mike Adams goes off the deep end « Science-Based Medicine

Progressive Contrarian: http://theprogressivecontrarian.com/2014/07/24/mike-adams-crazy-train-goes-off-the-tracks/

Ronald Bailey, Reason: Anti-Biotech Natural News Nutcase Mike Adams Denies That He Called for Killing 'Monsanto Collaborators' - Hit & Run : Reason.com

Sharon Hill, Doubtful News: Mike Adams insinuates some scientists should be killed, then looks like a bigger idiot (UPDATE: legal trouble?) | Doubtful News

Dan Mitchell, Modern Farmer: How Natural News Compared Us to Pro-GMO Nazis and Put Us on a Hit List - Modern Farmer

Mason Bilderberg, Illuminutti: Mike Adams crossed the line, and in a way that can’t be ignored. | Illuminutti

Nathanael Johnson, Grist: Don’t believe anything you read at Natural News | Grist

Jenny Hopkinson, Politico: Drought relief talks heat up -- Court sides with COOL, again -- NCBA: House bill would rein in ESA - POLITICO Morning Agriculture - POLITICO.com

Center for Consumer Freedom: Center for Consumer Freedom – Will Anti-GMO Activist Spark Violence?

MuckRack: Muck Rack - Journalists comments on: Mike Adams Elevates his Ugly Anti-GMO Campaign from blogs.discovermagazine.com

io9: http://io9.com/anti-gmo-activist-mike-adams-who-last-week-called-for-1611494619

Briefing Room, NaturalNews huckster Mike Adams asks anti-GMOers to kill scientists, supporters of crop biotech - Science/Technology/Religion - The Briefing Room

Lipstick Alley: Lipstick Alley,

Democractic Under Ground Mike Adams (of NaturalNews), Monsanto, Nazis, and a Very Disturbing Article - Democratic Underground

Underground Forum Natural News' Mike Adams makes death threats - MMA Forum

Soap Box: The Soap Box: Mike Adams crossed the line, and in a way that can't be ignored.

Swallowing the Camel: The Health Ranger Might Want to Kill You | Swallowing The Camel

Violent Metaphors: The “Health Ranger” crosses the line, then backpedals. « Violent metaphors
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Ah yes, AE911 truth.... still a very tiny minority among all the greater number of experts who have backed up the mechanics of a collapse initiated by the effects of the plane impacts and their later consequences.

These guys had quite a masterful overview of some of the many problems with AE911Truth:

The Shaky Moral Foundation that AE911Truth is Built Upon

"We reported about Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth (ae911truth.org) in episode 16 of our audio reports. We worked for them as their systems administrators for almost two years. As a high-level administrator inside the organization, I witnessed a stunning degree of mismanagement and I was privy to everything; including the stuff that nobody was supposed to see."
"The group refuses to state what it does with its funding, and fundraising appears to be its core operation."
"AE911truth is strictly opposed to any alternate theory regarding what happened to the towers.
The topic of the pentagon is forbidden.
The group stalks Judy Wood online, so that they can mount a defense to any of her appearances or videos. Shutting up Judy Wood is an obsession of theirs.They also carefully censor their own videos online, to make sure that there are no negative comments about them, or any alternate theories."
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