We’re not the only site which has attempted to point out the flaws in some of the more common 9/11 theories. There are plenty of others around, ranging from those who completely accept the official story, to others who believe 9/11 was an inside job, but that particular theories distract from the real issues. Here are a few examples.
Plan 9/11 From Cyberspace - This Cleveland Free Times story isn't always accurate, but take a look anyway for some interesting information on various Flight 93 theories.
9/11 Cultwatch - Five years on the '9/11 Truth cult' (our term) is growing in the UK, a development that troubles us...
Good Science and 9/11 Demolition Theories - the demolition theories will not achieve their goals because they are based on an ignorance of good science.
The Internet Detectives on Loose Change - Another site takes on the task of pointing out the many problems, distortions and omissions in Loose Change, and generally does a very good job.
Panoply of the Absurd - A 2002 Der Spiegel article on "some of the terrorists are still alive", "no plane in Shanksville", "a missile at the Pentagon" and more.
Comments on Schwarz's "Mythology Bubble Part 5 - Russell Pickering debunks Karl Schwarz's idea that an A-3 hit the Pentagon.
What Didn’t Really Happen - A detailed critique of Mike Rupperts timeline is the highlight here, but there are other useful pieces too.
World Trade Centre UFO - Is it a UFO, or just a bird? Detailed debunking, worth a look even if the main topic doesn’t interest you, for its four videos of the second WTC impact.
MP Michael Meacher’s Crackpot Conspiracy Theories - Jan Haugland's page has little time for British MP Michael Meacher's views on 9/11, as you might guess from the title. Could do with more detail in our view, but it does contain links to some other interesting pages.
Conspiracy Theory - The Pittsburgh Pulp on Flight 93 shootdown theories.
Refuting the 9/11 Conspiracy theories - A collection of links to documents arguing against "inside job" theories of 9/11. Fairly dated, unfortunately.
Debunking the 9/11 Myths - The (in)famous Popular Mechanics article takes a few pot shots at various 9/11 conspiracy claims. Controversial, so also read Popular Mechanics Attacks its “9/11 Lies” Straw Man for balance.
9-11 Conspiracy Fact and Fiction - Critical comments on various 9/11 conspiracy claims, along the lines of the Popular Mechanics piece. One or two worthwhile points, although a little too short to be really useful.
Post 9/11 Conspiracism - Chip Berlet takes on "9/11 Conspiracism", David Ray Griffin, and more. Interesting in places, but looking a little dated now.
Beware the Holy War - Peter Bergen takes a critical look at “The Power of Nightmares”
911 Research Essays - Critical analysis of the Loose Change video, Morgan Reynolds "no planes at the WTC" theories, the book 9/11 Revealed, and more
The 4000 missing Israelis at the WTC - Explains the origin of this urban legend. Covers the story that became "Sharon cancelled an NYC trip on September 10th/11th", too.
Debunking 911 - "Debunking 9/11 conspiracy theories and controlled demolition myths"
Questions Questions - Eric Salter on Webfairy, "no planes at the WTC", the WTC "pod" theories, and more:
September 11th Conspiracy Theory Debunkings - an IMDB user takes the slightly unusual step of devoting his “User Profile” page to a critical discussion of various 9/11 theories.
Muddying the waters - “9/11 was an inside job”, says Oilempire.us, but they suggest that In Plane Site, No Plane at the Pentagon, and "hoaxes" and "bogus" claims are "muddying the waters to discredit the 9/11 truth movement".
Parade of Errors - 911Review’s equivalent to the Oilempire.us page, pointing out what they believe are errors or disinformation that get in the way of legitimate claims
HoustonWade - A discussion on the WTC and various demolition and fire-related ideas here, more topics covered in the second issue. Browse the site for further coverage.
9/11 Truth/ Totuus - Although not primarily about debunking, this site does a good job of exposing the Finnish “nuclear weapons at the WTC” claim. Also includes a “Reader's Guide to Viewer's Guide to LC2E”, aiming to debunk Mark Roberts debunk of Loose Change.
The 9/11 Deniers - Salon article giving a less than sympathetic reception to Loose Change.
Anthrax and Al Qaeda - Were the 2001 anthrax letters really sent by Al Qaeda, after all? That’s what this site suggests.
Nyctohylophobia - "WRH, a politically conservative Roman Catholic high school student, debunks incessantly repeated lies, misnomers, and misleading statements and claims of 9/11 conspiracy theorists"
911 Conspiracy Smasher - “A blog designed to fight the tin-foil hat wearing conspiracy dorks who believe that 9/11 was cause by Jews/the government/neocons/flying saucers/bildebergers or bigfoot”
Screw Loose Change - “Dedicated to Exposing the Lies, Distortions and Myths in the Movie Loose Change”
Screw Loose Change on MySpace - And now Screw Loose Change has a MySpace page, too.
Screw Loose Change video - “This is a counter-video of the famous "Loose Change 2nd Edition". Using their own video and words, "Screw Loose Change" debunks the theories and statements made in Loose Change 2nd Edition.”