DIA Conspiracy debunked? What’s the fun in that?

September 13, 2009

An author posting on the blog Conspiracy Science makes a list of the “inaccuracies” in the popular “Mysteries of the Denver International Airport” videos that have spread across Youtube like swine flu. Among other things, the blogger takes on the assertions that Denver’s old Stapleton Airport was perfectly fine, that mural artist Leo Tanguma is Mayan and that the airport’s runways were built in the shape of a huge swastika.

He even creates a photo comparison of the the nazi symbol to an outline of the runways, which he calls “probably the worst swastika I’ve ever seen.”

SwastikaDIA

Well..Kinda swastika-y but kinda not. Whatever. The thing is like 53 square miles big, you know. Call it an abstract expressionist’s take on world domination.

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One Response to “DIA Conspiracy debunked? What’s the fun in that?”

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