What if you are wrong in your opinion on conspiracy theories? Can they categorically be summarily dismissed just by giving them a label, such as conspiracy theory.
The reason that these theories exist is because the events that create them are not explained to make them conclusive. We know or should know that governments hide information from the people?
If you separate, the negative wording of conspiracy, and theory, and replace conspiracy with alternative, then you can focus on the substance of the theory. Currently, just the utterance of the words conspiracy theory is enough to dismiss the theory.
Forget about Conspiracy, as it doesn't matter for the purposes of the argument to factor it into the plausibility of its veracity.
Look at the facts of the event, and compare it with the explanation by the government for their conclusion of the event.
The complete destruction of three WTC buildings during 911 should be looked without any conspiracy. The free fall of these skyscrapers is an anomaly to skyscrapers doing this, as it has never happened before or since 911.
All three buildings fell in the same way, and in a short time span. Yet, all three had different events that should have resulted in a variance from each other.
WTC 1 and 2 were hit on different floors, while WTC 7 was not hit at all.
This is just an example, and I won't go any further here, except that the government explanation didn't resolve the reasons for all three buildings failing in the same way.
Whether you believe or not believe there was some other actions precipitating these building failures, you should at least acknowledge that the government didn't resolve the issues of how three different building with three different events failed in the very same way.
There is no precedence for these failures. I don't believe that there was any serious plausible explanations given by the government. And I don't think these issues should be dismissed as answered by the government report.
I think that the primary question should be, How safe are skyscrapers around the country and the world? Isn't that safety question worth answering separate and apart from any bearing on whether there was a conspiracy involved in the events?