The title is banal but the synopsis is very, very promising:
Examines the various conspiracy theories espoused on the Internet, in articles and in public forums that attempt to explain the 9/11 attacks. It includes theories that the World Trade Center was brought down by a controlled demolition; that a missile, not a commercial airliner, hit the Pentagon; and that members of the U.S. government orchestrated the attacks in hopes of creating a war in the Middle East. Each conspiracy argument is countered by a variety of experts in the fields of engineering, intelligence and the military. The program also delves into the anatomy of such conspiracies and how they grow on the Internet.
This is the least they could do, really, after poisoning the well in Australia last year.
If you’re watching, consider this an open thread for comments. Read this, too, before you tune in. It’ll make you feel all glowy inside.
Update (BP): THC’s two-hour show was basically the video version of Popular Mechanics’ superb debunking of all things related to the Troofers, and will on that basis alone be rejected by those obnoxious half-wits who produced Loose Change and all their various acolytes, parasites and fellow travelers. The bulk of Truthers are neither intelligent enough, honest enough nor brave to confront the reality that 9-11 brought to our shores: Jihadists bent on destroying our way of life in order to bring out a global caliphate are capable of and willing to kill thousands of our citizens while they work, play and fly off to vacations or visit family. These jihadists can only be appeased by our blood.
The fact is, Truthers are impotent in the face of 9-11 and the world it exposed. Truthers can’t deal with that day, and they can’t understand it on its own, so they have to rewrite it. This clip ought to become an anti-Truther nugget posted far and wide. It perfectly diagnoses their narcissistic mental illness.
Update: Captain Ed ID’s the silliest moment from the program. I agree, and will cut the clip tomorrow.
Update (BP): Yup, I laughed out loud at that one too. Anyone who says what Jones said about Galileo does not deserve to be taken seriously when he says anything else on any subject, including reciting the spelling of his own name. He’s a moron.