The real hilarity is in the comments. An editor at OpEd News takes on the conspiracy nuts:
Contributors to OEN include a number of prolific writers who advocate for conspiracy theories of all sorts including: 9-11 false flag theory, UFO's are real, JFK was killed by the CIA, Obama isn't a native US citizen, and many many more. On the one hand editors wish to be open and not pre-judge these writers, but at the same time, we want to be discriminating and publish work that is intellectually honest and is not misleading or propaganda veiled as news and opinion. We want OEN to be credible.
I like his point about unfalsifiable beliefs. But read the comments for a chuckle or two:
When you say 2+2=5 and a "truther" says otherwise, there's no room for debate. If Sunstein can tell me how the laws of physics were broken at least 5 times that day, not to mention any other evidence, I'm all ears.
Of course the CIA killed JFK.
We have the video of the driver of the car turning around and shooting Kennedy, which has been covered up all these years.
For matters of physical science, however, from which the steel girders supporting the World Trade Towers evolved, as did the entire design through mathematical calculation, does it matter to you (and the very intellectual, academic Mr. Sunstein), that more than 1000 independent engineers have challenged the 30 government employed NIST engineers on their unprecedented "fire and pancake" theory of collapse?
So now Gage has 1000 engineers?