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Did you altered that video?
If you did, is this going to become a new trend, lying to try to show that other people have lied?
considering that another ATS member could have posted something he knew was a lie, something that is a reason for being banned from ATS.
Originally posted by ArMaP
That may be the idea, but you can see that the result was that people believed in you and Arbitrageur lost some time because of your "sarcasm", but I'm sure he will forgive you.
Originally posted by mcrom901
sarcastic mirroring of a few edits back and forth would sound more correct.... in which case i never said anything about nasa..... anyhow, you left out translating the emoticon in your question
Edit: I forgot to say that I hate misunderstandings, that's why I always try to clear doubts like this one. I also suggest that you should make your sarcasm more visible as such, to avoid more cases like this one.
And you're probably wrong once again, as you have been every time you assume something about what I am thinking.
Originally posted by easynow
with what you posted recently ^^, i think it's kinda obvious what's up
at least it's obvious to me anyways.
Originally posted by fleabit
If a photo had alien technology on it, it would NEVER see the light of day.. EVER.
Apollo 17 Taurus-Littrow modified image?
they could have replaced it with something better
I know that English is not my natural language, but I thought that the sentence "they could have replaced it with something better" didn't implied that something happened, so how I prove that something did?
Originally posted by easynow
maybe, maybe not,
can you prove that's what happened ? i doubt it
134:05:59 Bean: Hey, we got a nice brown Surveyor here, Houston. Even the tanks which were...Well, (if I) raise the visor and it's not so brown, but it's tan. The glass (a mirror/radiator used to keep the TV cool) is still on the top. Not a bit of it is fractured.
134:06:12 Conrad: Yeah.
134:06:13 Bean: Amazing. Okay. (The formerly blue Surveyor) shovel is a gray. Take the Surveyor scene here. I don't want to kick any of this dirt up because I'd like to get a picture of compacting of the dirt there.
134:06:24 Conrad: Yeah.
134:06:25 Bean: It's going to be a tough shot.
134:06:27 Conrad: That's "photo TV sector: f/8, 15, and three". Now I have (reading) "photo scoop imprints: f/8, 5, two in stereo".
134:06:37 Bean: Okay. Wait. I'm not finished yet. (Pause)
[Al takes AS12-48- 7101 to 7104, starting at the scoop and working back along the scoop arm to the area of the Surveyor TV camera. Dave Byrne has assembled a portrait of the scoop arm.]
134:06:47 Bean: Boy, that color chart has sure changed colors these days.
134:06:49 Conrad: Okay.
134:06:50 Bean: Let me get a quick shot of it. About eight feet and I'll shoot it.
source - history.nasa.gov...