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China's 'space' walk filmed under water?

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posted on Feb, 10 2009 @ 03:29 PM

Originally posted by zorgon
If you can tell me that you believe that the closeup is a real launch and not a model.... I give up...

If it's all fake and nothing launched, why were amateurs on the ground able to track the flight's progress right where it should be in orbit?

Now grant it, I can not provide any proof....

I just provided proof of the contrary. By the way, if NORAD didn't think there was a launch, why did they publish the orbital elements and assign a NORAD # to shenzhou 7?
1 33386U 08047A 08269.85928244 -.00000489 00000-0 00000+0 0 47
2 33386 42.4009 192.3365 0005144 274.5417 164.0880 15.78931024 59

[edit on 10-2-2009 by ngchunter]

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 05:52 PM
If it was underwater as claimed, there would be more than 1 bubble popping out of the suit.. Rather than lets say 1 every 4 minutes.

If not, the suit would explode.....

Besides at this day and age, you don't think Russia and the US were tracking the mission at the time?

Flags don't "wave" in water... If "blowers" were used, that why are the ropes just staying still? Motionless? U know, the 2 ropes that were hooked onto the shuttle?

I wasn't blowing in the waves.....

If the waters were moving, why were the astronaut staying still? I thought there were currents blowing by....

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