Journal of Debunking 911 Conspiracy Theories, Volume 1, Issue 4

Peer-Reviewed Papers:

On Debunking 9/11 Debunking: Examining Dr. David Ray Griffin’s Latest Criticism of the NIST World Trade Center Investigation
Ryan Mackey


Journal of Debunking 911 Conspiracy Theories, Volume 1, Issue 3

Peer-Reviewed Papers:

World Trade Center Building 7 and the Lies of the 9/11 “Truth Movement”
Mark Roberts


Journal of Debunking 911 Conspiracy Theories, Volume 1, Issue 2

Peer-Reviewed Papers:

There Are No Missile Defenses at the Pentagon

Firefighter’s Interviews - Sounds of Explosives or Explosive Sounds in the Towers

Good Science and 9-11 Demolition Theories - An online paper
Mike King

A Critical Analysis of the Collapse of WTC Towers 1,2&7 From a Conventional Explosives and Demolitions Industry Viewpoint
Brent Blanchard



Journal of Debunking 911 Conspiracy Theories, Volume 1, Issue 1

Peer-Reviewed Papers:

Fleas under a Microscope: Evidence there was no third jet involved in the World Trade Center attacks

The PNAC and Other Myths: A Short List of Observations

Evidence of Controlled Deception: A long list of observations - Part I

Evidence of Controlled Deception: A long list of observations - Part II
James Bennett

Oh no! not another expert!
Giulio Bernacchia


Executive Editor: ScottS

Advisory Board:

Len Brazil
Mike Williams


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