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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 8:58 pm    Post subject: Debating chamber Reply with quote

I would suggest an area of the forum be set up so that various evidential aspects of 911 and 7/7 can be scrutinised. Off-topic posts would be deleted per thread. In other words, if the thread is

No planes hit the WTC

then interjections about Zionism get wiped. so do ad hominems only reasoned debate allowed. perhaps a sin bin can display posts deleted from the threads

Each item of evidence can be debated. At the end a vote can be taken on whether the evidence for a particular hypothesis is

definitive
strongly +
weakly +
neutral
weakly -
strongly -
definitely -

If a model for this kind of 911 jury can be made to work, it can be exported around the truthers and beyond.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 1:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another thing

Threads would be started by moderators. Suggestions for threads would be submitted via a request system. Only one 'micronukes' thread would exist for example.

Voting on the threads could be continuous or after a set period. It would be good if people could change their vote as and when new evidence or analysis was posted.

Eventually a core of tried and tested evidence based on voting of core members and mods would be hammered out. It might be surprising what actually survives the evidence debate.

Posters would be encouraged to destroy the credibility of evidence - without being accused of being against 911 truth - because what we will be doing is testing it to destruction before launching a legal challenge against a system that will do everything in its power to dicredit or sytmie this attempt at prising justice out of the hands of a global monstrosity whose very survival is threatened by what we do.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 1:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think these types of threads would help support debates on other forums.

Already I've noticed that good information gets posted on threads, but then it gets lost under a pile of new threads. It would be much easier to find if all that info was consolidated in one place.

It would also be good test out the strength of pieces of evidence.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 10:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Simon and Rodin

Good ideas

I will be typing up the plans for the forum and setting a consistent moderation policy (that were discussed and agreed at the weekend) as soon as I get the chance. Unfortunately have to work today.
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