Why do so many 9/11 victims families, Ph.D's and gov't officials insist that 9/11 was an inside job?

Virginia Deane Abernethy, Ph.D., anthropologist, author, Population Politics Ed Asner, actor, activist Marshall Auerback, international portfolio strategist for David W. Tice & Associates, Inc. Catherine Austin Fitts, Asst. Secretary of Housing in the first Bush administration Keidi Obi Awadu, aka The Conscious Rasta, talk show host, LIBRadio Michael Badnarik, Libertarian candidate for President Byron Belitsos, publisher, Origin Press, author Planetary Democracy Philip J. Berg, Esquire, former deputy attorney general, Pennsylvania Medea Benjamin, activist, author, co-founder, Global Exchange and Code Pink Dennis Bernstein, investigative reporter, radio host of KPFA's Flashpoints Steve Bhaerman aka Swami Beyondananda, author, political comedian Brad Blanton, Ph.D., psychotherapist, author, Radical Honesty Saniel Bonder, spiritual teacher and author, Great Relief Dr. Robert Bowman, USAF Lt. Col. (Rtd.), founder, Institute for Space and Security Studies John Buchanan, author, candidate for the Republican Party Presidential nomination, 2004 Gray Brechin, Ph.D., author, environmental historian, professor, UC Berkeley Fred Burks, presidential interpreter for Bush, Clinton, Cheney, and Gore Norma Carr-Rufino, Ph.D., author, professor of management, San Francisco State University Angana Chatterji, Ph.D., scholar-activist and professor of anthropology Paul Cienfuegos, co-founder, Democracy Unlimited of Humboldt County David Cobb, attorney, national presidential candidate, US Green Party John Cobb, Ph.D., theologian, co-author, For the Common Good Ernest Callenbach, founder/editor, Film Quarterly, author, Ecotopia Kevin Danaher, Ph.D., author, speaker, co-founder, Global Exchange Stephen Dinan, author, Radical Spirit Ronnie Dugger, journalist/author, co-founder, Alliance for Democracy Daniel Ellsberg, author, Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers Jodie Evans, co-founder, Code Pink Richard Falk, Professor Emeritus of International Law, Princeton University Michael Franti, musician, filmmaker, human rights worker Janeane Garofalo, actress, comedienne, talk show host, Air America Radio Jim Garrison, Ph.D., president, State of the World Forum, author, America as Empire Bruce Gagnon, Chair, Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space Ric Giardina, author, consultant, speaker, former Director of Trademarks and Brands for Intel John Gray, Ph.D., #1 bestselling author, Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus Stan Goff, 25-year Army Special Ops veteran, author, Full Spectrum Disorder Melvin Goodman, senior fellow, Center for International Policy, author, former Senior Analyst, CIA, professor, National War College Morton Goulder, Deputy Secretary for Intelligence and Warning under Nixon, Ford, and Carter David Ray Griffin, Ph.D., theologian, author, New Pearl Harbor Doris "Granny D" Haddock, campaign finance crusader, NH Democratic candidate for Senate Thom Hartmann, radio host; author, Unequal Protection Richie Havens, singer, songwriter, performer, artist Paul Hawken, bestselling author, environmentalist, entrepreneur, founder of Smith & Hawken Randy Hayes, founder, Rainforest Action Network, US National Director, Direction Conservation Richard Heinberg, author, The Party's Over, core faculty, New College of California Van Jones, executive director, Ella Baker Center for Human Rights Rob Kall, editor,, president, Futurehealth, Inc. Georgia Kelly, executive director, Praxis Peace Institute Sean Kelly, Ph.D., author, professor of philosophy and religion, CA Institute of Integral Studies John Joseph Kennedy, Democratic Write-in Presidential Candidate for 2004 Mimi Kennedy, actress, Dharma and Greg, progressive activist Faiz Khan, M.D., Triage Emergency Physician on 9/11, Assistant Imam David Korten, author, When Corporations Rule the World Frances Moore Lapp?, author, Diet for a Small Planet; founder, Small Planet Institute Scott M. Legere, 25 year radio broadcaster as Scott Ledger, Tampa FL Rabbi Michael Lerner, editor, TIKKUN Magazine, author, Healing Israel/Palestine Michael Levine, bestselling author of Deep Cover, journalist, 25-year veteran of the DEA Joanna Macy, Ph.D., eco-philosopher, author Enver Masud, founder, The Wisdom Fund, author, The Truth About Islam John McCarthy, former Special Forces Captain, president, Veterans Equal Rights Protection Advocacy Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst, co-founder, Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity Cynthia McKinney, five-term Congresswoman from Georgia Ralph Metzner, Ph.D., author, professor, co-founder, Green Earth Foundation Mark Crispin Miller, media critic, author, professor, New York University Joseph W. Montaperto, New York City Fire Department Leuren Moret, geoscientist, radiation specialist, environmental commissioner Ralph Nader, Independent candidate for President Craig Neal, author, co-founder, The Heartland Institute, former publisher, Utne Reader Jeff Norman, executive director, Tour of Duty Jenna Orkin, Esquire, World Trade Center Environmental Organization Kelly Patricia O'Meara, investigative journalist, public relations Michael Parenti, Ph.D., author, Superpatriotism and The Terrorism Trap Edward L. Peck, former US Ambassador and Chief of Mission to Iraq, former Deputy Director to the White House Task Force on Terrorism Peter Phillips, Ph.D., professor, Sonoma State University, director, Project Censored Henri Poole, Internet pioneer, board member, Free Software Foundation Robert Rabbin, author, speaker, creator of Paul H. Ray, Ph.D., sociologist, author, The Cultural Creatives John Renesch, business futurist, author, Getting to the Better Future John Rensenbrink, professor emeritus, Bowdoin College, co-founder, US Green Party John Robbins, author, founder, EarthSave International William Rodriguez, 9/11 rescue effort hero, founder, Hispanic Victims Group Neal Rogin, Emmy-award winning writer, performer, social observer Allen Roland, Ph.D., psychotherapist, published author and peace activist Rosemary Radford Ruether, professor of feminist theology, Graduate Theological Union Michael Ruppert, publisher/editor, From The Wilderness, author, Crossing the Rubicon Chris Sanders, founder, Sanders Research Associates Karl W. B. Schwarz, President, CEO, Patmos Nanotechnologies, LLC Peter Dale Scott, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, author, Drugs, Oil, and War Firefighter Kevin Shea, FDNY Hazmat Operations Michelle Shocked, singer/songwriter, activist Indira Singh, risk management and computer systems consultant J. Michael Springmann, attorney, former Foreign Service Officer, US Department of State Douglas Sturm, Ph.D., university professor emeritus, Bucknell University Marjorie Hewit Suchocki, Ph.D., theologian, author Chuck Turner, Boston City Council James W. Walter Jr., venture investor, philanthropist, founder of Walden Three Dan Whaley, E-commerce pioneer, founder of, acquired for $750M Burns H. Weston, J.S.D., Professor of Law Emeritus, Director, Center for Human Rights, U-Iowa Howard Zinn, professor, historian, author, A People's History of the United States Family Members Joanne Barbara, wife of FDNY Asst. Chief of Dept. Gerard Barbara Gayle Barker, sister of William A. Karnes, WTC Michele Bergsohn, wife of Alvin Bergsohn, Cantor Fitzgerald Derrill Bodley, father of Deora Bodley, passenger on Flight 93 Kathryn C. Bowden, sister of Thomas H. Bowden, Jr. WTC1, 104th floor Janet Calia, wife of Dominick Calia, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC1 Maggie Cashman, wife of William Joseph Cashman, United Flight 93 Lynne Castrianno Galante, sister of Leonard Castrianno, 1WTC, 105th floor Elza Chapa-McGowan, daughter of Rosemary Chapa, Pentagon Bruce De Cell, father-in-law of Mark Petrocelli North Tower, 92nd floor Ralph D'Esposito, father of Michael D'Esposito, WTC, 96th floor Loisanne Diehl, Surviving Spouse, Michael D. Diehl, WTC2, 90th floor Adina D. Eisenberg, sister of Eric Eisenberg, WTC Jonathan M. Fisher, son of Dr. Gerald Paul "Geep" Fisher, Pentagon Michael J. Fox, brother of Jeffrey L. Fox, Tower 2, 89th floor Laurel A. Gay, sister of Peter A. Gay, AA Flight 11 Irene Golinsky, wife of Col. Ronald F. Golinski USA RET, Pentagon Lori, Jerry, and Beatrice Guadagno, sister and parents of Richard Guadagno, Flight 93 Kristen Hall, daughter of fallen firefighter Thomas Kuveikis 9/11 Kurt D. Horning, father of Matthew D. Horning, WTC Tower One, 95th floor Jennifer W. Hunt, wife of William C. Hunt, Euro Brokers John Keating, son of Barbara Keating, passenger on AA Flight 11 L. Russell Keene II, father of Russ Keene III, WTC2, 89th floor, KBW Peter Kousoulis, sister died in WTC Paul & Barbara Kirwin, parents of Glenn Davis Kirwin, Cantor Fitzgerald 105th floor Barbara Krukowski-Rastelli, mother of William E. Krukowski, NYC firefighter Laura and Ira Lassman, parents of Nicholas C. Lassman, died in WTC, Tower One Johnny Lee, husband of Lorraine Greene Alicia LeGuillow, mother of Nestor A. Cintron III Francine Levine, sister of Adam K. Ruhalter, who died on 9/11 Bob McIlvaine, father of Robert McIlvaine, WTC, Merrill Lynch Mary McWilliams, mother of FF Martin E. McWilliams- Engine 22 Daryl J. Meehan, brother of Colleen Ann Barkow, WTC 1, 105th floor Elvira P. Murphy, wife of Patrick Murphy, WTC 1 Natalee Pecorelli, sister of Thomas Pecorelli of Flight 11 James L Perry, M.D and Patricia J. Perry, parents of John W. Perry, Esq., NYPD Officer 9/11 David Potorti, brother of James Potorti, North Tower, WTC, Marsh & McLennan Terry Kay Rockefeller, sister of Laura Rockefeller, North Tower, WTC Grissel Rodriguez-Valentin, wife of Benito Valentin, WTC1, 94th floor Alissa Rosenberg-Torres, widow of Luis Eduardo Torres, post-9/11 mother, writer Elaine Saber, mother of Scott Saber Julie Scarpitta, mother of Michelle Scarpitta, WTC Building 2, 84th floor Paula Shapiro, mother of Eric Eisenberg, WTC2 Elizabeth Turner, wife of Simon Turner, lost on 11th September 2001 Adele Welty, mother of Firefighter Timothy Welty, FDNY, Squad 288 Joan W. Winton, mother of David Winton, WTC, South Tower, 89th floor David Yancey, husband of Vicki Yancey, American Airlines Flight 77 Nissa Youngren, daughter of Robert G. LeBlanc, flight 175 Late Signatories (starting toward 200...) Rita M. 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May, former Army military intelligence officer and media essayist Charles Shaw, Editor, Newtopia Magazine, National Peace Action Coordinator, National Green Party Peter Erlinder, professor, William Mitchell College of Law, past-President National Lawyers Guild Daniel Robert Rezac, 2004 Vice-Presidential Write-In Candidate, former Aviator & Armor Officer, Army National Guard, B.S.B.A. Joel Horwitz, lost beloved cousin in WTC 1 Jessica Murrow, lost husband Stephen Adams, Beverage Manager, Windows on the World, WTC 1 Ellen Mariani, lost husband Neil on Flight 175 Jean Hunt, disabled survivor of Pentagon attack Ralph & Brigitte Sabbag, lost son Jason in WTC 2 FEEL FREE TO RESEARCH ANY NAME ON THE LIST! Hey Prince. What's the difference?

Asked By: Is This Real World Or Exercise? - 2/23/2008
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Because it was. Why the debate has gone on so long is a mystery to me. Americans being so incredibly ignorant of the facts and hypnotized by the media is contributory, but fear plays a big role. There's a lot to fear, but not who you are led to fear. The people and organizations who lead you to this fear are... More
Answered By: William A - 2/23/2008
Additional Answers (17)
I think that it was allowed to happen
Answered By: Star 69 - 2/23/2008
They as Americans are doing their duty to this country by questioning the actions of their government
Answered By: The Audacity of Hope is Coming!! - 2/23/2008
bcuz some pplz do... i do
Answered By: Jessi - 2/23/2008
any fringe group can put together a list of PhDs who support their cause - just look at global warming deniers or evolution deniers... More
Answered By: PD - 2/23/2008
Why do so many 9/11 victims families, Ph.D's and gov't officials insist that 9/11 was an inside job? Because some people cannot believe a bunch of camel jockeys could have pulled this off...which they did BTW
Answered By: petey00petey - 2/23/2008
Maybe because they're delusional idiots who want to protect the terrorists.
Answered By: nonotthat - 2/23/2008
Not one physicist,structural architect, demolition expert, aviation engineer or any other profession that would be a credible source. Feel free to examine your lists credentials for any semblance of credible veracity.
Answered By: Locutus1of1 - 2/23/2008
wow can you describe inside job-i mean all those people send me an e-mail
Answered By: Todd - 2/23/2008
I have a PhD in chemical physics. I don't think it was an inside job. Does my vote negate one on your list?
Answered By: beren - 2/23/2008
Because they do not want to admit the truth, I believe if you research this list they are all members of the Blame America First club... More
Answered By: Tip - 2/23/2008
I was going to refer you to a link about conspiracy theories... More
Answered By: david c - 2/23/2008
Because they are all mentally ill. What do you ask this question like twice a day?
Answered By: Why don't People Like Me? - 2/23/2008
Because it was, and we the people have more proof than it saying it was not a inside job.
Answered By: Cupid - 2/23/2008
why are you posting the same exact crap twice in two days?
Answered By: eric384756 - 2/23/2008
I got as far as Ed Asner. (Now there is a scientist) And I realized, you are nuts.
Answered By: Quinn22 - 2/23/2008
You do realize that the majority of people in the fields of engineering and architecture have thoroughly debunked the conspiracies. Do you also realize that 70% of the victims families say that all there questions were answered by the commision? I googled alot of the victims names that you mentioned, and i got... More
Answered By: American Patriot - 2/23/2008
I don't understand what your point is... More
Answered By: BMCR - 2/24/2008
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