The World May Never Know

1053 WordsMay 5, 20155 Pages
Madelyn Russo Mrs. Seidel English 2 4 May 2015 9/11: The World May Never Know As defined by Merriam-Webster Dictionary, a conspiracy theory is “a theory that explains an event or situation as the result of a secret plan by usually powerful people or groups.” Conspiracy theories can be found all over the world.They are an inevitable part of society. As long as mankind exists, conspiracy theories will as well. The main things that people form conspiracy theories around are things such as government operations, the deaths of famous people, and national tragedies. Staying true to this statement, one of the most prominent national tragedies that isconspired about all over the world is the series of attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. There are many conspiracy theories concerning 9/11. These theories include the proposals that 9/11 was faked and that the planes were actually missiles. Some conspirators even go as far as saying that the planes were just projections from a hidden projector device. Out of all of these conspiracy theories, the most plausible of all is the one that states that the twin towers did not just randomly collapse. This theory states that the twin towers were demolished with the use of explosives. Society will never be able to be fully certain about the events that occurred on that horrid day. With signs pointing to both the affirmative and the negative, one cannot be certain of whether or not this conspiracy theory is true.
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