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Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People
Originally posted by defcon5
Oh the other thing I found weird, was that when everyone was cheering after the impact, the guy in the front row turns around to high-five the guy behind him. The guy in the back gets up, rolls up his equipment, looks down at the guy in front, says something to him, ignores his hand, then walks out of the room like he is PO'ed about something. The guy in front puts his headphones back on, never having gotten his high-five returned.
Anyway, I don't know what to make of this, and I am usually the guy who sticks up for NASA on this kind of stuff. Could all be nothing, but I do find those two things odd. Normally I find all of the moon anomaly stuff to be ridiculous, but I would like to know what it was I saw this morning.
[edit on 10/9/2009 by defcon5]
He was probably disappointed that the plume did not reach as high as expected. That was quite a let down for a lot of people who wanted to see the plume glistening in the sunlight.