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Hmm. Has anyone tried to kill you before? Just curious. It's cool if that's confidential. It just seems like some people might want to get rid of you know certain things.
By the way that pic was taken at an altitude of 130 km not 45.9 km as Lear claimed so you might want to double check your math.
Now if you don’t mind I have a question I’d like to ask you. I’m curious, why do you spend so much of your time and energy ridiculing the subject of Aliens & UFOs?
Just a shot in the dark here but does it have anything to do with your father believing in UFOs? I know this is very personal so please don’t answer if you’re not comfortable with it
and forgive me if you’ve already answered this but why are you “estranged” from your father? Did you two have a falling out over this subject or something?
P.S. I checked your FAA certifications. Very impressive indeed. What's your secret?
Lunar Orbiter 2 Frame 162
Ridiculing? Is this what you meant to say?
So what can you tell us about Bill Jr.’s close encounter?
If that’s the case then no offense but based on everything I’ve seen I have to say I agree with him and I think he made a wise decision.
Really? Many aeronautical engineers would disagree with you. If anything it was way ahead of it’s time.
William Lear was a true aviation pioneer.
I take it you’re aware of the crash test results at NASA Langley?
I’m curious, what do you think of Moya Lear’s book?
Originally posted by mythatsabigprobe
Here you go laughing boy.
...and high (2 m) resolution images of 36 pre-selected areas.
Two meter resolution from a height of 49 km, forty years ago.
Searchengine and I were talking about the copernicus photo's taken by the lunar orbiter. They are far higher resolution than anything that's been released by clementine or smart-1, and if you're debating that just show me a picture from either source that has higher resolution. Don't bother calculating the pixels on the LOC photo's, you'll only end up with Bob Lazar's scanner settings.
Originally posted by zorgon
So just what exactly are YOU claiming by making the judgement call "for a bunch of ATSers."?
Originally posted by johnlear
You are in error again Access Denied. The altitude LO-II-162 was 45.9 kilometers from [...] But no matter what reference we check frame 162 cannot possibly have been taken at 130 kilometers.
First, the tilt angle (alpha) is 69.33degrees and the heigth of the orbiter was 45.9km
The center of the frame, due to the tilt of the camera (69.33 degrees) is located 136.7km away from the orbiter.
: By the way that pic was taken at an altitude of 130 km not 45.9 km as Lear claimed so you might want to double check your math.
Originally posted by johnlear
By the way you graphs were very nice but you don't need to make them as big as a garage door to get your point over.
Thanks again for your help.
Originally posted by Apass
..I have 1280 by 1024 resolution on my monitor and they don't look that big so it's easy to forget their size.
Zorgon, I don't know what is inside that area. Just now I can see only some dark and bright patches (highly zoomed in) that can be anything. What is the context of that image?