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  • n. Someone who debunks.

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Examples

  • I should make it clear I'm neither a "believer" nor a "debunker"--I'm an agnostic, but very curious about the actual nature of the ufo/uap perplex.

    Posthuman Blues

  • Why the Harrit Nano-thermite paper has not yet been debunked yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Why the Harrit Nano-thermite paper has not yet been debunked'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: Thoroughly debunks all the major "debunker" arguments against the paper "Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe" published in the The Open Chemical Physics Journal on April 3, 2009.'

    Why the Harrit Nano-thermite paper has not yet been debunked

  • Every "debunker" argument leveled against the nano-thermite paper reeks of faulty reasoning and ignorance of the facts.

    Why the Harrit Nano-thermite paper has not yet been debunked

  • Garcia's first response to this was to plug a new "debunker" website, a site that includes nasty propaganda, something Garcia is comfortable with.

    9/11: Robert Fisk's Skepticism vs. Manuel Garcia Jr.s Shameless Propaganda

  • And in Seth's rather limited view, "debunker" translates to "one of the good guys."

    Posthuman Blues

  • This growth appears to be striking nerves in the "debunker" community.

    "Official" 9/11 story On Life support; The Truth is Taking Over

  • So here I am playing "debunker" again, describing an event that I insist never really happened except on a semi-conscious level.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • H.L. Mencken and the Debunkers by Edward A. Martin (University of Georgia Press, 1984): A chapter on Marquis examines his work as a "debunker" of the "inflated rhetoric and postures by which twntieth-century culture valued itself."

    Introduction

  • Explain why Chastain and the other "debunker" cretins won't do an experiment to duplicate the appearance of the spill outdoors using temperatures below the melting point of iron.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • "debunker" would likely focus on the fact that the suicide operations mentioned were "not connected to aviation", while ignoring that the FAA warned airports that "the intent of the hijacker is not to exchange hostages for prisoners, but to commit suicide in a spectacular explosion, a domestic hijacking would probably be preferable."

    - 911truth.org

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