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Originally posted by IX-777
Well this part is also of importance regarding the videos:
NASA Top Secret video taken of the two Stagehands seen in the Fake Moon Bay with the Astronaut, was provided originally by a YouTube user called 'rudbrps' & loaded on YouTube June 15, 2007. 'rudbrps' now reveals himself to be 'Svector', and that he created the video as a social experiment in how people can be tricked. However unfortunately for 'Svector' this different TV camera angled NASA video merges perfectly in conversation and action with the direct NASA file video, to reveal a hoax of a hoax, the irony is strange, so who is playing a joke on whom, and who is 'Svector's handler.
NASA did redacted editing & cleaning up of the text, to cover what they really said in the written records of the Astronauts conversations. Also in some video's NASA has later recorded different conversations, replacing what was originally spoken."
It does seem that the original video has been cropped to remove the person from later releases, but he is still visible even though the quality and resolution is worse on the Real Media version provided on the NASA site. In the area the person is seen when they fade out and move the camera around etc in the same location as a blackish point on the surface but due to the bluring and quality it is hard to make out properly. I wonder if there are some high resolution quality videos of the same sequence available? As well as older copies of the same released originally when they first came out?
Originally posted by grantboggs
it would be nice if a hacker could get into hubble satellite and look for foot prints rover etc.
In this video, original footage of the Apollo 16 lunar mission has been intermixed with digital editing effects to present a third person in the far right portion of the frame.
I wanted to make this video not as a joke, but as a slap in the face to those who are all too ready to consume anything put on their plate. If a video shows something never before seen, and seems to fly in the face of accepted history, is it prudent to: a) instantly accept it as fact, or b) seek the facts surrounding the event with the understanding that your conclusion will be formed by your findings, regardless of preconception. Far too many people are answering a), and I find this trend disturbing. It's this "dumbing down" of our culture and those who profit from it that I find more reprehensible than a silly hoax theory.
116:01:05 Gibson: Still looks the same, Al. We have a very bright image at the top and blacked out for about 80 percent of the bottom.
116:01:14 Conrad: (Laughing heartily as the S-band umbrella springs into position) Man, oh, man; did that thing deploy! (Laughs)
116:01:11 Bean: Well, I'll tell you what let me do, Houston. Let me move it around here so the back is to the Sun, and maybe that'll help. Maybe that's the way we're going to have to do it.
116:01:31 Gibson: Okay, Al; go ahead.
116:01:35 Bean: Once we learn the trick here, I think we can do it each time. (Pause) That may do it. That may do it right there, Houston.
116:01:49 Gibson: Al, we haven't seen any change at all. Why don't you go and put your glove in front of the lens, but not over it, to see whether we can get any change at all.
116:02:01 Bean: What do you see now?
116:02:03 Gibson: Still the same, Al. We've got a very bright part - about 20 percent of the top - and black on the bottom.
116:02:15 Bean: Well, got any suggestions?
116:02:19 Gibson: Stand by, Al.
116:07:15 Bean: Okay. I'm trying to stabilize it for you (probably by holding onto some part of it.)
116:07:17 Conrad: Yeah, but every time you do, you push it in the (ground and, thereby, change the pointing).
116:07:19 Bean: Okay. You go ahead. (Pause) That's difficult, because it's so tender (that is, unstable) up here on these legs.
116:07:26 Conrad: Well, I don't see the Earth anywhere in the sight.
115:52:26 Conrad: Yeah, you really do begin to adapt.
115:52:28 Bean: If you hop it a little bit...
115:52:29 Conrad: If you turn around and walk over to your right a little bit and look over that crater, you're going to see our pal (Surveyor III) sitting there. And that's one steep slope it's on. (Pause) Okay; now what have you got all over your boot? Stop. You picked up a piece of landing gear insulation.
115:32:52 Conrad: Okay. I got the table out, adjusted the MESA (to a comfortable working height), and I'm setting up ETB at this time.
[The table is a small framework designed to hold one of the rock boxes. Pete is loading the Equipment Transfer Bag or ETB with the contingency sample and with fresh batteries and LiOH canisters for the PLSSs. I gather that the ECS LiOH canisters were good for the whole mission. He is now at the top of the checklist page that starts with the line "0+26, ETB Transfers".]
[Conrad, from the 1969 Technical Debrief - "The nicest part of the exercise was that everything went according to the checklist as best I could see. It went exactly the way we practiced it. And we had no trouble with the equipment. I had excellent mobility in one-sixth g. I missed the fact that I couldn't bend over. That's something I knew I was going to face the whole time and it didn't bother me too much."]
115:32:56 Conrad: Let's see. How is this packed? Very nice. Very nice. (Pause) Hey, Al, you can work out here all day. Just take your time. (Pause) Almost too cold on Intermediate (cooling). I'm thinking seriously about going to Min. (Pause)
[Pete is standing in the LM shadow and isn't getting any solar heating. He still needs to get rid of excess body heat, but at a very low rate.]
[Bean - "It was just amazing how quickly you could get cold with that thing, depending on the setting and how hard you'd been working. If you were working hard, you'd change (the cooling setting) and, in thirty seconds, you were comfy again. But, boy, you could really get too cold too fast, if you quit putting out heat or got out of the Sun. It was an amazing machine, that water cooling. It was like you were in water. You weren't wet, but it cooled you that fast."]
[Conrad - "The other thing I sort of remember is being amazed at the narrow range of the change in water temperature...You know, it's only about like a few degrees between freezing your ass off and chilling your kidney to being warm. I also remember it ran around 55 or 58 degrees or something like that, where they measured it. Right where it came in, which was down around your kidney, it used to freeze your right side off."]
RealAudio Clip (9 min 32 sec)
115:33:38 Conrad: (To himself) There's some color charts. (Long Pause) Dum dee dum dum dum. Dum dee dum dum dum. No. Which is right side out? The other way. No, that's not right. No. (Pause) I think our next big surprise, Al, is getting this thing (the ETB) up (to the cabin with the LEC).
Originally posted by flylead
These words, "The Congress declares that the general welfare of the United States requires that.......demonstration programs designed to alleviate and minimize the effects of disability."
People may on the surface of it, may take this reference to mean one of the Main aims of NASA is to help develop technology to help disabled people with new technology. But this reference in this NASA foundation document would be absurd.
The real meaning of the above reference is that "demonstration programs(Fake Simulations) designed to alleviate and minimize the effects of disability"(making NASA appear that they can do, and achieve much more than they are actually capable of) .
Not my quote.....on his you tube page