problems with "a funny thing happened..."

  • 3 Replies
  • 4956 Views
?

cpt_bthimes

  • 553
  • exposer of lies
problems with "a funny thing happened..."
« on: December 10, 2007, 03:35:44 PM »
This is an attempt to break out the two current topics in doctored photos.  in it, bishop is attempting lamely to defend his claims that nasa photos and videos are visibly fraudulent, due to three specific reasons (only one of which he has tried to defend).

in this thread i hope to free that thread from the "apollo video was faked from low earth orbit" argument.

in " class="bbc_link" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">this video, which is a segment of "a funny thing happened while on the way to the moon".  this video has been thoroughly and repeatedly debunked.  here are some links:


one of the arguments the video makes is this: what looks to be a spherical earth from far away, visible and filmed out the window, is actually the earth up very close from low earth orbit, filmed from the back of the capsule.  the circular shape (otherwise impossible to film since man has allegedly never made it outside low earth orbit), they say, is a cheap illusion created by the circular shape of the window, and what seems to be space around the earth, is actually the darkened walls of the capsule.  (the narrator says, "it is uncannily convincing".  hmm...maybe because...it's ...drumroll...real??)

but here's just one (of many) problems, at least as i see it: the camera is clearly unsteady, and moving around.  yet, the line defining the round earth and space never moves.  it is as solid as a rock.  if the window is in between the camera and the earth, any movement of the camera would result in the outline of the window moving around across the face of the earth.  yet that's not what we see.  (other problems include disingenuous use of edits and context.)

also, it's funny that even the moronic moon hoax believers believe the earth is *spherical*.

Re: problems with "a funny thing happened..."
« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2007, 03:43:19 PM »
Good work mate

Re: problems with "a funny thing happened..."
« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2007, 04:18:05 PM »
This is an attempt to break out the two current topics in doctored photos.  in it, bishop is attempting lamely to defend his claims that nasa photos and videos are visibly fraudulent, due to three specific reasons (only one of which he has tried to defend).

in this thread i hope to free that thread from the "apollo video was faked from low earth orbit" argument.

in " class="bbc_link" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">this video, which is a segment of "a funny thing happened while on the way to the moon".  this video has been thoroughly and repeatedly debunked.  here are some links:


one of the arguments the video makes is this: what looks to be a spherical earth from far away, visible and filmed out the window, is actually the earth up very close from low earth orbit, filmed from the back of the capsule.  the circular shape (otherwise impossible to film since man has allegedly never made it outside low earth orbit), they say, is a cheap illusion created by the circular shape of the window, and what seems to be space around the earth, is actually the darkened walls of the capsule.  (the narrator says, "it is uncannily convincing".  hmm...maybe because...it's ...drumroll...real??)

but here's just one (of many) problems, at least as i see it: the camera is clearly unsteady, and moving around.  yet, the line defining the round earth and space never moves.  it is as solid as a rock.  if the window is in between the camera and the earth, any movement of the camera would result in the outline of the window moving around across the face of the earth.  yet that's not what we see.  (other problems include disingenuous use of edits and context.)

also, it's funny that even the moronic moon hoax believers believe the earth is *spherical*.
The moon causes cameras to go wild XxX

*

Chris Spaghetti

  • Flat Earth Editor
  • 12744
Re: problems with "a funny thing happened..."
« Reply #3 on: December 19, 2007, 05:19:37 AM »
ah, the moon hoax myth. what a pile of cobblers ("the flag moves too much!" even though you can get frames several seconds apart where the flag is in the exact same position...)