The public has been duped about this case for almost fifty years. The premises provided have been adhered to as sacrosanct. Ever watched a magician? You KNOW that it is all explainable and that the motions and actions are "right there" but, still, you will return time-after-time to apply your preconcieved (mis)beliefs. Even the detractors are attempting to logic out the solution using the government proposed data.
Ever seen the STAR TREK scene regarding the Kobayashi Maru scenario? The premise is stanine testing, i.e. there is not a possible "win" there IS a minimalization of loss. This is done by repitition. This repitition is tested using various tests, one of which is the MMPI, or, Minnesota Multi-Phasic Test. In other words - if you ONLY deem specific attainable attributes to a scenario then the outcome must repetitively fall within the stated parameters. James T. Kirk re-rigged the potential outcome of the Kobayashi Maru, ergo a "win" was inevitable. Re-inventive thinking. We apply what we know and get result A. What about when we learn that there are other variables?Math solutions, chemical equations? Modus operandi manipulation. We have heard of this stuff, but have we ever actually listened? Obviously not, since we keep believing the same outcome WILL occur...and if the outcome does not come out that way then we conclude that we MUST have done something incorrectly.
We are smarter then the parameters, however, we conveniently ignore any other possble scenarios. Why does that magician's trick draw us back time-after-time? Because we want to re-convince ourselves that we cannot be fooled again, and again. Nothing fools you better than the lie you tell yourself.
Not only do you have to learn to think "outside-the-box", but you must be able to promote a different solution based upon facts not already offered as evidence to the exclusion of any other postulation. One fact of antithesis destroys the status quo. The weight of the antithesis available is called reality.