Started by Theta Omega, October 23, 2008, 11:43:30 AM
Quote from: greenmangoosSHANE SHAVE THAT FUCKIN' RIDICULOUS GEEKY BEARD OF, AND PLEASE TAKE A HOLIDAY YOU MAD ANGRY BASTARD BEFORE YOU SUFFER FROM AN ANERYSUM.
Quote from: greenmangoosI ain't interested debating the moon landing hocus pocus with brainwashed screwball cultists thank you very much. Its a total waste of time because you are brainwashed screwball cultists.
Quote from: JonnyDeath on October 21, 2010, 05:29:06 PMAnalog footage isn't exactly sped up or slowed down to create a slow motion effect. They simply film at a higher frame rate then play it back at normal speed so instead of 30fps, they have recorded 90fps but when you play back a 90fps recording at 30fps, it now takes 3 seconds to cycle through that 1 second of 90fps.
QuoteTheir argument literally boils down to a faith based belief of we went there, trust me.
QuoteThe moon dust gets cast upward a couple feet while these tires are just thrashing through it like a burn out on earth.
QuoteAt 1/3 the earth's gravity,
Quoteit should be going well over 3 times as high since there is no gas atmosphere to cause friction yet you see it behave just as it does on earth
Quote from: JonnyDeath on October 22, 2010, 12:49:30 AMYou're absolutely wrong about slow motion, this technique has been used for almost a century, once being known as over cranking telling you just how long it's been done.
QuotePlease tell me again how it wasn't an option on the cameras just a few decades ago but was an option on cameras nearly a century old.
QuoteThis is due to the gas atmosphere and what the term billowing is actually referring to. But the way you use it...well it's phantom energy, woooooooo
QuoteBillowing is the assumption that there will be an air disturbance other than the air turbulence
QuoteThis argument tries to say that billowing is the same as turbulence or simply, friction when it's not.
QuoteSo what is the source of energy for your claimed billowing?
QuoteYou are stating that there will be atmosphere disturbance to cause billowing but from what?
QuoteSo whether it is in a gas atmosphere or a vacuum, it's billowing.
QuoteThis is absolutely why NASA forced them to get their footage by filming the projector screen,
Quote from: JonnyDeath on October 22, 2010, 11:44:10 AMI'm an open minded,
Quote from: Isolder74 on May 06, 2014, 04:23:13 PMThe best example is his constant use of XXX Million electron Volts making it seem like some massively huge number implying massive energy levels in the Van Allen Belts. It is very obvious that he goes out of his way to select units and values that only appear to support his position while at the same time misdirecting the actual values of those very units. Considering that the unit of and electronVolt is, depending on the usage it can also refer to the mass, is a measure of the electric potential energy of one electron. In actual energy amounts it is so tiny that it takes thousands of them to even be registered on measuring equipment.
QuoteOf course that is only the start of his massive overuse and exploitation of scientific figures. He also always assumes that worst case scenarios are always the norm and no matter what the readings or trends are that there is never low energy periods in the belts or weaker area that can be used to bypass those danger zones.