A Critical Look at the Obama Birther Conspiracy

Although I’m not fan of Obama, I’m hardly a conspiracy nut, either.  In fact, I usually lean towards debunking conspiracies, primarily on the basis of science.  For example, in these articles I debunk chemtrails, in large part because my time as a rated officer in the U.S. Air Force with thousands of hours over twenty … Continue reading “A Critical Look at the Obama Birther Conspiracy”

Conspiracy Theory – Junk, or Fact?

I’m researching what drives conspiracy theorists for three reasons:   First, I’m a scientist. In fact, unlike Neil de Grass Tyson, I actually have degrees with “SCIENCE” in their name (he has a BA, an MA, and a PhD, whereas I have a BS, an MS, and an MBA).   Second, whenever I see yet … Continue reading “Conspiracy Theory – Junk, or Fact?”

The 9/11 Conspiracy Theory Trifecta

Of all the blitheringly idiotic crap I’ve seen on the Internet, the conspiracy theory behind the 9/11 collapse of the World Trade Center twin towers takes the cake, followed closely by so-called, “chemtrails.” “What really happened” is simple:  Two aircraft were intentionally driven into the sides of each tower at a high velocity, severing and … Continue reading “The 9/11 Conspiracy Theory Trifecta”

The Chemtrail Myth

As a professional aviator with 2,500 hours of flight time throughout our national aerospace system, and possessing a background in aerospace engineering and physics, I understand how and why some people without proper training in these disciplines might bite off on the chemtrail conspiracy crap.  Nevertheless, I never cease to be amazed at how they … Continue reading “The Chemtrail Myth”