They were debunked. See comments by mrbengal, Delysid, JoshArizona, me, and likely several other users I've missed because it has grown tiresome to wade through so many inane threads that don't bring about greater understanding, and instead muddy the truth and bog the gullible down with their own ignorance. Mods usually link to previous instances of content posted when unpublished, but dredging up old absurd content for no good reason doesn't compel them to be as helpful.
A sad reality is the abundance of media has led everyone (with absent to impeccable thresholds of proof) to draw every conclusion, and there are a finite number of correct conclusions to draw, but infinitely many wrong ones, and precious few who choose to learn how to explain why to the many, and even fewer who will listen.
Do you think Jeff Bauman didn't lose his legs?
Do you think "the media faked it all" or "there were no planes at all" on 9/11, or "it was all holograms", or they were dustified by nukes or space lasers?
Do you think the Felix Baumgartner stratosphere skydive was faked?
Do you think a missile hit an already-on-fire fertilizer plant because you misinterpret mic wind noise as a Doppler effect?
And that's all relatively recently. I could go on.
Do you want to promote, or even consider, ad infinitum, every conceivable interpretation of every possible thing? I don't. That's why there's a spam filter.
And I'm not going to promote stuff I know is false because I wouldn't want someone else doing the same to me. Have some good information in a post? Make absolutely certain nothing in it is demonstrably false, because it will be removed. That's not hard to do. Otherwise, one could draw the conclusion you don't really care about those you talk to.
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