Debuking the Debunkers
Apparently David Ray Griffin, the high priest of the 9/11 conspiracy movement, is writing a book with the working title of title of Debunking the Debunkers, described rather ironically on Kevin Barrett's website as:
Today, those who attempt to defend the official myth of 9/11, like Galileo’s opponents, argue from authority, base their arguments on name-calling rather than evidence (the ad hominem fallacy)...and continue to make a Nass of themselves. What is the best way to respond to such inane “arguments”? David Griffin, Steven Jones, and Kevin Ryan are three remarkably lucid thinkers who exemplify the “serious” approach: Just use rigorous thinking and evidence to show that your opponents are wrong. (Griffin’s next book, whose working title is Debunking the Debunkers, promises to be a landmark in that genre.)
Well I certainly hope Dr. Griffin doesn't forget to address his misleading statements about cruise missiles at the Pentagon, or his statement that the buildings had to "come straight down and not make anybody very angry", or his assertion that there are "automated anti-missile batteries at the Pentagon", based on absolutely no evidence. And don't forget the excellent 9/11 Myths article on how he is misrepresenting testimony on the NATO response to hijackings.
I am eagerly waiting a detailed debunking. Maybe he will send me an autographed copy?