The best part of conspiracy theories--though that's certainly a slippery, subjective term--is that they can't be proven or disproved, so their life span is often extremely long, their claims a feedback loop of outlandishness.
In the wake of bin Laden's killing, it comes as little surprise that a lot of people don't believe the events as reported. Today brings us a particularly thorough alternate account, complete with 9/11 Truther sidecar:
Top US government insider Dr. Steve R. Pieczenik, a man who held numerous different influential positions under three different Presidents and still works with the Defense Department, shockingly told The Alex Jones Show yesterday that Osama Bin Laden died in 2001 and that he was prepared to testify in front of a grand jury how a top general told him directly that 9/11 was a false flag inside job.
MEANWHILE, back off planet earth, a very rare and cool astronomical event--a green flash on the moon--has been photographed.
AND LASTLY: A very nice development in the computer world. Are "paper" computers the future? I like the possibilities, personally. Could do interesting things for the print media business.