Using failed logic will not ultimately support your goal. In fact, it will have quite the opposite effect, and it runs the risk of making you look silly along the way.
Should I try to explain this failure of logic to you again, but in a different way?
People can debate about anything. That doesn't make the debate itself, or either side of the debate valid or correct.
I once debated with my ex-wife about which was the correct way to hang a roll of toilet paper. The fact that she thought it should dispense toward the side opposite the toilet and I was debating that it should dispense toward the toilet doesn't legitimize either point of view.
If this were a logical observation (debating a topic lends legitimacy), it would need to follow that both sides of the debate should receive equal credence as a result; thereby negating each other. But it isn't a logical observation in the first place, so the hypothetical point is rather moot.
Do you understand?
Okay, and you have the right to feel that way. Substantiating your thoughts and feelings and actually convincing other people to agree with you will require significantly more than this though.
My mother told me that I was a perfect little angel. I've never forgotten that.
It may be 'clear' to you, but it isn't 'clear' to me. There are a lot of claims surrounding 9/11 conspiracy theories, but not a lot of substance to back them up.
All the same, you might want to find one who is willing and patient enough to help you understand your errors.
Do you have anything besides logical fallacies and long-ago debunked nonsense to substantiate your viewpoint? Because frankly, I've grown weary of both of those. I'm also quite tired of YouTube videos produced by and for the Truth Movement, so if you do have something of substance, please find an alternate delivery method.