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China's 'space' walk filmed under water?

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posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 06:45 AM
The anomaly at 1:06 is most likely a mini ufo.

The anomaly at 2:32 is very interesting to say the least.

posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 07:50 AM
Somekind of space bubble is in this video (1:04). Ok, maybe only depris.


posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 11:49 AM
reply to post by EnlightenUp
[The one at 1:06 looks suspicious but the one at 2:32 accelerates while in the frame. How should that happen? ]

likely if this footage was shot in a large water tank, then there were turbines in the water to give greater effect of anti-gravity in space, so the astronauts would not seem to be either floating only upward or downward, for example. This could explain why some bubbles seem to be moving in differing directions

Water bubbles would just blob around in space(?). (The outer space around Earth is around 20 degrees Centigrade)

If these were oxygen/nitrogen bubbles... Well that would be bad...

I think that unless the 'bubbles' were CGI added, this was filmed in a water tank. Turbines could simply be providing direction, The flag moves strangely, I do not know why they simply did not use a rigid flag. Who knows what a malleable flag behaves like in zero gravity, but all that flag flapping is raising red flags. The flag may simply be rigged to move in certain directions in the water.

posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 12:26 PM
If you look hand mirrors there is quite natural reflection of earth. If this is hoax earth was not digitally etc. added maybe.

One question where is cameras? These cameras should be above ship if you look video..

Ok, I add one more reflection photo because this is better than last one:

posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 01:09 PM
The first one looks like a bubble, the others I dont know what it is.

Originally posted by philjwolf

for one thing... where are you seeing bubbles.. ??? if your seeing bubbles.. it must be on your computer screen.. I cant find any bubbles..

1:05 - from face of guy on right
1:58 - from the guy in the middle
2:04 - from guy on right's backpack

[edit on 4-10-2008 by Copernicus]

posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 02:01 PM
i don't think these are bubbles under water. I think these are some normal space debris that are very small and you guys may just be reading to much into this.

There was nothing about this space walk that seemed phony, the astronaughts were moving how one would expect them to move. In a zero gravity environment there is no resistance to anything, no outside force to create friction. The flag motion is also proves this. A flag doesn't wave underwater, becasue there is to much resistance from the water, trying to wave it back and forth would not look like that. But in a zero gravity vacum like deep space thats how it would look.

posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 04:02 PM
reply to post by TruthTellist

TT....I can't tell whether or not you were being sarcastic....

Sheesh! We all are adults here (I hope!) and know that 'communism' is's an old 'red herring' and not worth bringing up....unless someone has resurrected Joe McCarthy.

posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 05:40 PM
"Bubbles"? Seriously? Are the ones who think they are bubbles retarded or what!?

posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 11:56 PM

Originally posted by boolander
"Bubbles"? Seriously? Are the ones who think they are bubbles retarded or what!?

Oh come on, you have to do better than that. You sound even more retarded than them.

You obviously don't know how to play the game.

Their presumption is that it is filmed underwater. The evidence is ignorance of energy transfereence (for the flag, anyway) and a general disposition to believe everything is a conspiracy - and/or general jealousy/hatred of China.

If that were the case, then it would be entirely plausible to have an occasional bubble leak from a faulty rebreather that was supposed to recycle or contain gases within the suit entirely.

In other words, it's impossible to win with what you've said. Imparting informative information about physics or space suits is the only way to get through to them here.

Even then, many of them will simply refuse to believe that information because of their disposition to reject anything outside of their realm of experience - which is called ignorance, something that is allegedly denied here.

I know, it's a paradox.

posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 12:15 AM
reply to post by Anonymous ATS
[look just like SCUBA tanks. Divers use these types of tanks when they want to get up close and personal with large mammals in the ocean so as not to scare them off.

Yes! Thanks for reminding me... There is a new type of scuba tank which does not emit air bubbles or very little air bubbles as to not disturb surrounding reef fishes for the scuba explorer. If they vented the excess air into the suits as not to outright expel them, We potentially wouldn't see any bubbles at all but perhaps there were unfortunate escapes of air bubbles.

I have trouble believing the 'garbage escaping from the hatch' theory because if this was zero gravity... the junk wouldn't be escaping at THOSE speeds. They would simply float around their local space. Space is zero gravity!

Those things act like air bubbles peoples!

[edit on 5-10-2008 by star in a jar]

[edit on 5-10-2008 by star in a jar]

posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 12:59 AM
reply to post by weedwhacker

Communism isn't "done"

China is communist. They could destroy the world and conquer half of it if they were so inclined. Look at what they are doing in Africa. China is overpopulated and will want to expand her borders as she gains the recognition of the world as a true superpower.

For them to do this it is important that they have space-based weapons and are able to send men into space in order to repair and install such weapons in orbit.

The US now has Socialism for it's banks. America now has a communist (socialized) financial system - Their Congress is under Martial Law, their nation is in a State of Emergency. Troops have been deployed in violation of their Posse Commitatus Act.

Communism is not "done" - it is just getting started.

Did I mention china has 1.2 billion communists?

"Done" lol, I wish you weren't so full of it. It would be nice if communism was finally "done"

[edit on 5-10-2008 by TruthTellist]

posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 04:21 AM
China boasted of space walk mission hours before astronauts had left the launch pad

"China boasted about how its astronauts had begun their long-awaited space mission today hours before they even left the launch pad.

The country’s official news agency Xinhua published an article dated September 27 – two days from now – complete with an entire dialogue between the three men aboard Shenzhou 7."

Hmmmm sounds suspicious to me!

posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 04:59 AM
After reading your posts, I'm convinced that this statistics must be true.

posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 05:16 AM
2:32 seems to shoot behind the earth.... perhaps another ufo such as what we saw in sts footage?

posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 09:44 AM
reply to post by GodForbid

OK I see what your talking about & I can tell you this..

This has been Faked & Faked bigtime.

Firstly, the movements of the Astronaughts are too fluent & fast to be under water.

Other objects do not behave as if they are submerged "the harness cables & other animated objects".

THe bubble.....

Is Fake.... totally fake & Has been put in somewhere between being broadcast & placed on Utube.

If the bubbles were real, they would be in every single frame, on their way up to the surface. This is high quality film and the shutter speed should have caught any bubble in every single frame.

There are spaces of upto 10 frames where the bubble isn't visible & it rather seems to jump from the top of his helmet to the top of the screen in just 4 frames.

Fake, Fake,

Someone is trying to discredit the Chinese from this wonderful achievment...

posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 11:11 AM
They look exactly like bubbles. Now whether that's really what they are or not, is a much more difficult question. But I think you have to be a little bit in denail to claim they don't even look like bubbles.

posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 02:05 PM
The logic in this thread comes down to this, and it comes down to it hard:

It's easier to make a rocket than a space suit.

I just hope this thread is not being broadcast into space. If it is, nobody will ever visit us.

posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 07:04 PM
I didn't finish reading all the posts so forgive me if this was already stated.

Definately "bubbles". Bubbles DON"T stay in PERFECT sphere shapes. They warp, flex and split. Just my opinion.

What I find extremely odd/curious is the fact that the ship never moves. When you look at the position of the craft with the earth in the background, you will notice it's always in the same position.

Let me guess, they had the Space Anchor out?Regardless if it's in the water or not,this is definately a fake.

I think the little cute girl who pretended to singthe chinese national anthem during the olympics was in the space suit while the "ugly girl who really sang it was sidelined and behind the camera as usual. Poor girl must really have an ugly face.

edit to change moon to earth

[edit on 5-10-2008 by 19DCW71]

posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 07:19 PM
reply to post by 19DCW71

Have you ever saw one of those sports transmissions where they have a camera fixed to a car or a motorcycle?

If you did, did you ever saw the car or the motorcycle move relative to the camera?

We do not see that because of the same reason we do not see the tip of our nose move when we move the head, our nose and our eyes have their relative positions fixed to the same base, and that is what happens with fixed cameras, the object to which they are fixed does not have any apparent movement, even if it is going at high speed and high G manoeuvres.

If you see the video of the Chinese astronauts at high speed you will see that the solar panels shake, they are not as fixed to the ship as the camera, so we see them move.

PS: I know that bubbles are not perfect spheres, but they are not rotating parallelepipeds (or almost) either.


After re-reading your post I think that I may have misunderstood what you meant. If you were talking about the movement of the ship relative to the Earth then it does not move from its orbit (that is the idea of orbiting), but we see an apparent Earth rotation.

[edit on 5/10/2008 by ArMaP]

posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 07:50 PM
i dont know about you guys but ive been reading this book about the apollo missions and acording to this book the astro/cosmonaut suits on paper and in design acturly gives of a litte bit of steam every now and then in order to repreasurise is breathing apparatus when it dumps excesive carbonmonoxide that builds up when breathing recycled air.

and the fact that non of these burst of steam can be seen in any of nasas fotage be it moving or still is one of the whistleblows acording to its author,
what we ve been presented with is faked in a studio.

now when i saw this i thougth:

finaly we´re in orbit (not space) and acturly going into space,

ive like chinas way of handeling the u.s lately, ever now and then when the kettle over at u.s seams to "steam" a bit to much,
the chines goverment has said : we´ll go to the moon and the u.s quietly sits down and let its kettle just boil over.

let the fellows have their fun and mabye we will acturly get a few new collonies in space instead of 40 more years of lies and broken promises.

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