Gian, is there any way to organize your/the bibliographic materials on the Triangle (i.e. newspaper materials, nautical reports, etc.), in line with Oxfordish-referencing system that Wikipedia employs for in-line citations? I know 'we' have the hard data to thwart the outright bad research of the pseudoskeptics, but like a military maneuver: unless we get it to the proverbial front lines, it will remain...unproductive.
Sorry, I've not been around. I've been on Facebook, however, where I've gotten used to the system and am giving updates there. My site is still undergoing re-design. It will then have a better indexing, I hope. Links will open to the actual pdf of the accident report or witness affidavy. I'm also going to have a Wikiwatch" page where the page is mirrored and the correct data and links are given.
I ask about this because seemingly every single sub-article in the main page is using Kusche's garbage research as their references to "explain" things, and the pseudoskeptics make certain to remove anything that disagrees with his writing.