reply to post by ArMaP
Still....you bring up a good point, because it WAS that post that rejuvenated (resurrected??) this...
I was following along, and am tempted to wonder why
this "lunacognita" YT video is considered "new"??
I mean, obviously it's "new" in the sense that it's been recently compiled and edited, then posted...but I see, with few exceptions, and actual
The opening part of the ~10 minutes (first 1:37) seems equivalent to an opening credit type thing...pretty, and nice to see footage from space,
whenver possible. In fact, ALL of it is high quality, and pretty.
The 'conclusions' drawn, however? A bit troubling. AND, as noted, the footage shown seems eerily familiar...I think I've seen
Apollo 7 LEO film, with the dark "thing" scooting by, on ATS before....and the whitish "boomerang" thingie...too.
The Apollo 9 footage...familiar.
The Apollo 10, and the "sharp right turn", conveniently outlined and highlighted (by 'cognita') with the red line drawn in...
Apollo 14, Al Sheppard eating, and whatever is happening in the window, behind him....
I could go on, but my point IS: Seen these already, they've been discussed already....I see nothing "new" about this video, nor its contribution
to this thread.
Personal opinion? I see it as a hopeful attempt to snare some ATS "newbies", perhaps....just to continue the 'merry-go-'round'.....