This is really getting tedious. We've got the economist, the musician-turned-video-expert, and the photo analyst discussing physics for the philosopher to argue physics with the mathematician. We've got the nuclear physicist doing material science, and the mechanical engineer and material scientist arguing directed energy. We have the former head of directed energy claiming to be a truther, and saying . . . nothing really. We have an economist suing a long list of huge companies for perpetrating the airplane hoax, but he won't sue the guys he knows did it, that being FOX, CNN, ABC, NBC, and CBS.
The other side has a million structural engineers, but they won't model the structure. They leave that to . . . a chemist. We have a chemist too, but he's arguing physics and fire temperatures. We have a theologian summarizing all of the evidence from all of the people working outside their field, and doing a pretty damn good job explaining why the official story can't be true. But he supports the airplane hoax, and says the solution is one world government. Which is exactly what the other side wants.
What the hell am I supposed to do with this?