Documenting Conspiracy

I’ve been swamped with grading this afternoon, but just noticed David Lowery’s link to the documentary Loose Change, directed by Dylan Avery. I haven’t had a chance to watch it yet, but plan to ASAP. The film is streaming for free at Google. Looks interesting, and I’ll be interested to know what others think about the film.

4 Comments »

  1. bobk Said,

    February 26, 2006 @ 10:49 pm

    Loose Change is amazing, there are others too…

    It seems google is hosting a lot of the 9/11 documentaries. Here’s a few of the “MUST SEE” videos. Share them with friends and family.

    The Great Conspiracy:
    http://video.googleDOTcom/videoplay?docid=-6529813972926262623&q=great+conspiracy

    911 Eyewitness:
    http://video.googleDOTcom/videoplay?docid=-3498980438587461603&q=911+eyewitness

    BYU Professor Steven A Jones, Feb/2006 Lecture on the WTC “collapses”:
    http://video.googleDOTcom/videoplay?docid=964034652002408586&q=byu+jones

    Truth and Lies of 9/11:
    http://video.googleDOTcom/videoplay?docid=8797525979024486145&q=mike+ruppert

    there are dozens more

  2. Chuck Said,

    February 27, 2006 @ 10:32 am

    I’ll try to watch some of these later. Loose Change was certainly interesting, and I may try to write a little about it here in the near future.

  3. Something Requisitely Witty and Urbane Said,

    March 4, 2006 @ 4:31 pm

    Film and the Conspiracy Zeitgeist

    NPR’s Studio 360 got me thinking about something this past Sunday, and I’ve been mulling over this idea for the ensuing week. I’m not sure if I’ve got it completely down or not, but here goes. The show was about

  4. Chuck Said,

    March 7, 2006 @ 2:20 pm

    Via the comments at Crooks and Liars: 9/11 Revisited.

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