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Saturday, June 23, 2007

Bad Wire-Work

Note how he falls. There is a very unnatural shift in his center of gravity.

Look at how he the astronaut jumps. Even if the spacesuits were 270 pounds, a 200 pound man plus that suit would "weigh" only about 80 pounds in 1/6th gravity. Don't you think an astronaut could have jumped higher than 18 inches if a man with muscles that could support 200 pounds all of a sudden only had 80 pounds to lift?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

ha ha!
hey i wonder how hot it would be in the direct sun on the lunar surface with no atmosphere?
way hot!
those men would be boiled like a lobster in those stupid tin foil and rubber suits.

12:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The man who tripped and fell almost looks like he was yanked back up.
1/6 gravity...maybe the dust that he was kicking up should've flown up into a bigger cloud and lingered in the non air longer.

1:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It seems the guy has cables on... that would explain how he managed to "torque" around in mid air so easily.

I would guess there is a thin wire holding him up somewhere... look at any bad kung fu movie and you'll see the same.

1:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the more you watch these "moon landing" vids, the cheesier they become...they look like BAD movies...yeah in that first vid something's pulling him up, and it seemed like the actor tried to cover it up and make it seem less obvious like "oh sh*t that looked pretty bad" wonder NASA "lost" all the moon footage...i hope this whole thing gets exposed...

11:39 AM  

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