New York, December 16, 2017 – The co-founders of the 9/11 Consensus Panel, authors nhà cái tặng tiền cược miễn phí tháng 2019Dr. David Ray Griffin and Elizabeth Woodworth, today release the following statement regarding disputed evidence within the 9/11 research community.


Addressing Controversy Within the 9/11 Truth Community:

A Statement of Constructive Principles

Serious students of 9/11 tend to agree that the official story raises too many problems to hold together as a credible account.

However and unfortunately, there are areas of disagreement, especially with regard to the Pentagon, that threaten to undermine good will and mutual trust.

As co-founders of the 9/11 Consensus Panel, we offer the following observations and principles for consideration:

  1. At the four alleged airliner crash sites, odd phenomena and anomalies continue to cause speculation and disagreement. Some scholars can justifiably take one set of data as most important, while playing down the importance of another set, while other scholars can justifiably take the second set of data as most important.
  2. These differences of opinion can be justifiable until there is a theory that can take account of all the indisputable evidence.
  3. Based on an understanding that there are valid reasons for disagreement, the 9/11 research community can best be unified by respect and tolerance for contrary theories.
  4. Contributions seeking to solve contentious issues can only be made by assembling reliable evidence and by applying critical thinking and peer review according to the standard scientific process. This is the strength of science and the way it has progressed over centuries.
  5. In conclusion, we offer the “agree to differ” approach: to end an argument amicably while maintaining differences of opinion until there is an explanation that does justice to all the various types of evidence.

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