posted on Feb, 14 2008 @ 06:10 AM
The liftoff of the Apollo 20 is a clear fake. He didn't even put much effort into it. The trail looks fine but the ship itself never moves. You'd
think it would at least be spinning a little bit, not sitting perfectly still.
The city video is another bad one. Some of the shadows near the city don't match up and when the camera first zooms in, you can clearly tell it's
zooming in on a flat, 2D surface. The biggest structure on the left looks very familiar, but I can't think of where I've seen it before. the entire
city looks like drawing compared to the rest of the area. Like he layed a drawing over another image to create the effect.
The other one called "APOLLO 20 launch feed stage 1 and interstaging unit separation" is another bad one. Up until the 1:03 mark that ship never
shakes once. Earth in the background stayed perfectly still. Every video by NASA showing these stages shows the Earth in the background shaking
because the camera on the craft is shaking.
Look at the colors of the sparks and look at what I pointed out with the red arrow. The sparks come from nowhere. Also notice they are very pixeleted
compared to the rest of the video. I've never seen multi-colored sparks in the other NASA videos showing these stages.
Here's another one. Watch that part of the video. The piece coming off gets hot then cools pretty quick. He went crazy with the particle system in
It looks like he took one CGI video and added a couple cheap effects to it to create another video.
[edit on 14-2-2008 by nightmare_david]