People who believe the disappearing plane video is real, what would it take for you to conclude you are wrong and that the video is fake? What sort of measurable information would you have to see?

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I have been trying to follow this since it started but it has moved really fast and it seems like for every debunk there is a very convenient de-debunk. A lot of people seem to be absolutely convinced this whole thing is real so I just want to ask them if there is any possible way they could change their mind? Is there ANYTHING at all that would change your mind and if so what is it? A sort of side question is are you holding yourself to the same standards on why you think it is real as you have for determining it is fake? Which conclusion is easier to prove to you and why?

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