7 9/11 Conspiracy Theories and Why They are Wrong

From the moment the first airplane crashed into the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11, 2001, the world has asked one simple and compelling question: How could it happen? Three and a half years later, not everyone is convinced we know the truth. And some people just love making conspiracy theories. Surely most of them are not even closed to the truth. But in case you are curious about them, see the list experts of Insidermonkey compiled with 7 9/11 conspiracy theories and why they are wrong.

Psychologists will tell you that even perfectly sane people have the ability to accept wild conspiracy theories. The more powerless or alone we feel, the more likely we are to develop such theories.
It's all linked to self-esteem. If you're the sort of person who feels isolated or disenfranchised, you're much more likely to develop wild theories as a way of making you seem more knowledgeable, more powerful, more special. That might help explain why many Americans are into conspiracies. The irony of our technologically over-connected age is that there are scores of socially disconnected people sitting in dark rooms extrapolating all sorts of crap from factoids they find online.No wonder these ideas come from the same people who usually come up with various conspiracy theories. For instance, you can check out another article we published regarding 10 famous people who were rumored to have been killed by the Illuminati.

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