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    In this world, many things are unknown to the public.This is due to the secrecy of the government. The government is known for covering up many unexplainable events, which leads the public to come up with theories about what they really think is happening, these theories are known as conspiracy theories. There are many examples of these theories, like how 9/11 was a US government attack, the moon landing was fake, and that the government hides alien life. Conspiracy theories are important, because there are many well-known theories, and many have been proven true. Conspiracy theories are also well-known, because they cover many topics, one of which is the government. The government, known for its confidential nature, has a sum of many…

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    The attacks that occurred on 11 September 2001 that involves three different locations; one location was at the Pentagon, the other was at the World Trade Center and the last one was in Shanksville Pennsylvania. When the event started multiple deaths was reported and marked as the deadliest attack in the United States history. Death toll was estimated roughly near 3,000 and thousands injured during the day of reckoning. Reports through sources was stating that it was terrorist hijacked multiple…

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    September 11th, 2001. American Airlines flight 11, carrying 92 people took off from Boston's Logan International Airport at 7:59AM, in route to Los Angeles. United Airlines flight 175 took off minutes after flight 11, also headed to Los Angeles. After just 20 minutes in the air, flight 11 attendants notified the ground personnel that the plane had been hijacked by terrorists. Seconds after the hijacker of flight 11, Mohammed Atta, attempted to control the flight, the Northeast Air Defense Sector…

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    There are thousands of conspiracy theories for everything happening around the world. One conspiracy in particular stands out, this theory has many different facts and strong supporting videos to go along with it. Many people believe the government had a strong impact on the outcome of 9/11. This day to most Americans is a tragedy, but in the secrets of the white house it might have been a success. There are many reasons to believe the government had an idea that 9/11 was gonna be a tragic day.…

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    September 11, 2001 was undoubtedly a tragic and unforgettable day in the history of the United States. Almost 3,000 deaths, 6,000+ injuries, and infrastructure damages were the unfortunate results of this act of terror. The government and media made statements that these four coordinated attacks were committed by al-Qaeda, an Islamic terrorist group. Shortly after, the United States declared war and launched its attacks and weapons in Afghanistan, also known as the War on Terror. Osama bin…

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    Conspiracy Theory On September 11, 2001 a catastrophic event occurred in New York. The twin towers were struck by two aircrafts and they collapsed in just minutes. This horrific event ended in about 3,000 people killed or severely injured. After this there was a lot of controversy about the event and many scientists and authors started putting out conspiracy theories about the event. Some of these conspiracy theories are completely irrelevant and some are believable, which caused me to go into…

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    According to the blueprints and the engineer, the Twin Towers were built to withstand this kind of attacks, but on September 11, it lasted one to two hours before collapsing. People ask themselves, how a fire in a few floors could break down the entire building? And how it happened twice? These questions were the cause for rumors to spread. Conspiracy theorist says: “The Twin Towers were destroyed by controlled demolitions. Theories relate to the rapid collapse (about 10 seconds), the relatively…

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    Today the conspiracy theories are prevalent however what conspiracy theories are? Conspiracy theories are statements that make peculiar interpretations of historical or contemporary events, often implying an open analysis of events as deliberate deception. Conspiracy theories usually lack evidence, and absurd logic is the basis of many rumors. So conspiracy theories were created by suspicion. In the mode world, conspiracy theories are everywhere for instance on September 11, 2001, when…

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    On September 11, 2001, four airline planes were hijacked, resulting in about 3,000 deaths and 6,000 injuries. As two planes ran into the World Trade Center in New York City, one jet flew into the Pentagon as the fourth plane was headed towards Washington D.C. Responsible for the countless deaths on that Tuesday morning was Osama bin Laden followed by his Islamic terrorist group, Al-Qaeda, and no one else (Elizabeth Purdy 12). Countless conspiracy theories come to life after impacting events…

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    “Debunking the 9/11 Myths: Special Report” and “The Conspiracy Industry: Afterword to PM Expanded Investigation” are two articles both written for the Popular Mechanics magazine by James B. Meigs, the latter being written in 2006, one year after the former. “Debunking the 9/11 Myths: Special Report” is an in-depth analysis of conspiracy theories surrounding the 9/11 attacks and the factual evidence that refutes these theories. “The Afterword” is a reflective piece that describes the uprising of…

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