OK, I took a pop at the 9/11 hologram theory a couple of posts ago and didn’t post a link to a page that explains the hologram theory. I’ll redress that omission right now…
Do I think holograms were employed on the day? No.
Do I think that the use of holograms was absolutely impossible? No.
Do I stand by citing hologram talk as an example of the kind of chatter and plurality on the Internet that can end up confusing the average Joe when surfing the Internet for alternative news and opinion? Yes
Competing conspiracy theories are like organised religions. At the very best, only one of them can be correct.
So, for example, some 911 theorists support the hologram theory. Others believe that the airliners were hijacked remotely and guided into the towers using ‘Global Hawk’ technology. At least one of those groups is flat wrong and peddaling misinformation. Whether they are doing this sincerely or maliciously is kind of academic.
That’s why I personally prefer discussing and contemplating unanswered questions rather than formulating or supporting alternate explanations.
And I admit it, that makes me a pussy