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97%VideoSep 2011

WTC 7, the third building that collapsed seven hours later

9/11 conspiracy theories abound. In a 2008 poll of 17 countries, 15% of those surveyed believed the US government was responsible for the attacks, 7% believed Israel was and another 7% believed some other perpetrator, other than al Qaeda, was responsible (Source: Wikipedia). The collapse of WTC 7 is the most prominent of all the theories. This is the trailer for a documentary by architects and engineers for 9/11 truth. Next two videos debunk the conspiracy theories. What do you think?


94%VideoNov 2011

Google Earth reveals strange goings-on in Gobi desert, China

(3:29) What are the mysterious structures in the Gobi desert? Has Google Earth been hacked? Conspiracy theorists will have a field day. What is your theory?


94%VideoJun 2018

Bill Maher is conspiracy weary

(5:55) Bill Maher on how Republicans' embrace of conspiracy theories is dangerous to democracy.


94%VideoAug 2018

Bill Maher - Q

(7:19) Bill Maher reveals non-evidence about QAnon.


94%VideoDec 2016

Why do some people not believe the evidence?

(5:14) Some people don't believe vaccines work, or that today's climate change is largely man-made, even though they are supported by a mountain of scientific evidence.


94%VideoAug 2017

TYT - 4 US Navy collisions in one year, coincidence?

(8:43) Cenk and Ana discuss the disturbing trend of Navy ships colliding with other ships.

93%VideoJan 2013

Glenn Beck explains how conspiracy theorists work

(1:35) While discussing Sandy Hook truthers (believe it or not, there are those who claim Sandy Hook shooting is a government hoax) and other conspiracy theorists, Glenn Beck explains, utterly without irony, how they work and why they are so dangerous.


93%VideoAug 2016

The truth behind chemtrails

(4:06) John Iadarola looks at a recent study where atmospheric experts were asked for evidence of chemtrails.

91%VideoJun 2016

Donald Trump spouting conspiracy theories

(7:23) Big birther advocate Donald Trump questioning the world around him.


90%VideoNov 2010

Richard Feynman on the likelyhood of flying saucers

(1:04) You'd expect Richard Feynman to be a sceptic, that's what science is about. Here he gives his preferred explanation for reports of flying saucers.