The Popular Mechanics 9/11 IQ Test

Just before the 10th anniversary, I was asked to be on National Public Radio (NPR) to represent “9/11 Skeptics.”  When I first was asked to do this, in a 40-minute call with producer Alex Kingsbury, he said I would be on from 11 am to noon ET.  That was later changed by the replacement producer to twenty minutes starting at about 11:10.  James Meigs, from Popular Mechanics, was to be on before me for a longer period.  At the last minute, I was told I’d be on for only 10 minutes and that the conservative Canadian columnist, Jonathan Kay, would also be on.

I was the only guest questioning the official reports on this show about “9/11 Skeptics” and, in the end, I was only allowed to be on the air for five minutes.  But the audio clips from the show tell the story.

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3 Responses to The Popular Mechanics 9/11 IQ Test

  1. Anon says:

    I found the CIA memo stuff interesting what was your source for the figures of how often the word ‘conspiracy theory’ was used before and after the report?

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