"Conflicting evidence" can come in many different flavors, it doesn't have to be hard evidence, it can be a logical argument or it can just be that the point is unsupported or not fully supported. Some of your points are merely unsupported claims of having provided proof, even sometimes described as irrefutable. That is quite audacious on your part. No one in this forum owns any 9/11 proof or evidence of any kind. As participants in 9/11 discussions we can only source what we each believe supports our opinions on the subject. For a poster to conclude that he/she has proven anything about 9/11 is dishonest, especially given the fact that the source of our knowledge comes from what we were fed by the US government and particularly because the US government publicly admits that an incredible amount of documents/evidence is classified. None of us actually knows the extent of the evidence that is missing because of the deliberate wholesale destruction and extreme over-classification, not to mention outright lies and distortions. Half a story is a LIE, plain and simple, it is not truth. Yet all your posts and the tone of your posts on the subject of 9/11 so far tell a different story, one that is quite familiar to me and aligns very well with the official narrative and derisively of posters who disagree with the officially narrative and you. For you it seems there are only two labels, "truther" (as applied in derogatory terms) and "debunker". "Skeptic" is just a word you claim for yourself that does not describe your position at all. "Skeptic" would be a more appropriate description of my position since I question the entire official 9/11 narrative from start to finish. It doesn't mean for example that I believe no planes were involved (or even half-planes as you describe it), it just means I question everything and accept nothing from the US government as fact. This is after all an entity that has a long illustrious record of pathologically lying. Governments are made up of self-serving politicians who will say and do anything to attain their positions of power. To trust the US government is as foolish as it gets.