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During this interview we discussed how consensus seems to be the preferred method for pursuing the truth.
Conspiracy theorist: Someone who believes that an opinion and an internet connection make them an expert. They skip step #1 and start with one of the other three. Why is that a problem? If you begin with anything but #1, you must assume #1 (WHAT happened) in order to claim #2, 3, or 4. So, you have not solved the real problem, only an imagined one. And with that approach, you can never ever solve the real problem.
1) WHAT happened
2) HOW it happened
3) WHO did it
4) WHY they did it
So, the next time you hear someone talking about 9/11 (or anything else) and is trying to convince you of something, pay careful attention to where they begin and what they have assumed. Magic tricks work because the audience member makes the wrong assumption - so tries to solve the wrong problem.
We are never deceived; we deceive ourselves. -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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