At the start of this week we looked at how you can remember the September 11 anniversary of ten years with apps, and we looked at some of the best applications for the Apple iPhone and iPad. You can read them in this article.
Today we wanted to help you digest 9/11 conspiracy theories on the exact day the attacks took place 10 years ago, while not everyone agrees with the thoughts of these app developers, we found it a really interesting take on the events a decade ago and they also help you remember what happened in the past and how it has changed the future of both Americans and many nations around the world.
Apple iPad owners will want to take a look at “Conspiracy Theories for iPad”, which is an ultimate catalogue for opinions on many events, and this includes 9/11. The app contains over 20 hours of video and more than 50 stories that some feel are a conspiracy.
If you’re looking for some 9/11 pictures never seen before, or some background on the twin towers and more insight into the events that happened 10 years ago then you’ll want to see a few apps found on App Shopper. They include detailed accounts of 9/11 from different points of view that give ammo to some conspiracy theories, but also help you see the day from those who witnessed the events and bring back memories of where you were that day.
Some of the apps found in the above link include “Explore 9/11”, an informational app called “9/11 Memorial Guide”, “9/11 Commission Report”, and also some nice tribute applications that give you details of United Flight 93, and the other recorded messages from that day, “emotional” is a word that comes to mind when reading and listening. For those of you that feel the idea of a conspiracy is just crazy, you may enjoy the iTunes book “Debunking Conspiracy Theories“.
Let us know what your memories of 9/11 are, where were you today 10 years ago? Do you believe in any of these conspiracy theories? R.I.P all those that died, and let us forever remember them.
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