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Originally posted by PsykoOps
I still dont understand the issue here. Are you saying once he jumps into the rover he cant move after that?
Ok, try this first.
Get an umbrella or your remote and put it on your sofa or chair.
Stand next to your chair and jump into the seat.
Now, while you are still in the air, pick up your umbrella with your left hand and pass it to your right hand.
Is that possible?
Originally posted by FoosM
And you shouldn't butt into other conversations until you finish the other ones you are in.
There is an open question we are waiting for you to answer.
It makes sense to "fake" the moon landing...
...why doesn't NASA prove every skeptic out there wrong (?)
Reading comprehension is not your strong suit is it.
I said the jump took a second. You are the one stuck like a broken record player focused on how long it would take three photos. But thats just you using a red herring.
You are not fooling anybody DJWMD, you know those photos are faked, you are just hoping to get other people not to see it. Thats intellectual dishonesty.
See, thats what happens when you concern yourself with other conversations.
Well maybe you do it on purpose to run away from the tough questions, or buy some time, lol:
There you go.
Wait wait.... so you are claiming that you took a broom handle from this position:
Butt in the air (what did you do, hop in the seat?), arms and legs stretched straight in front, and twisted your torso to place the broom handle behind you and then quickly turned back to the front to pose for the following picture:
And you say it took how long?
Guys, I want you to picture this astronaut turning around while sitting in the rover to put that long LRV sampler right behind him... so that we cant see it in the subsequent photo:
And he did that in one second
I know most of us would have a hard time doing that in a normal car wearing loose clothing.
Try it in that chair you are sitting in right now.
Turn put something behind you with your right hand like an umbrella and say "One-one thousand"
I just did, using a convenient broom. Now you try it. Incidentally, I could not help but notice how I had to raise my buttocks off the seat as I twisted my upper body. This would probably be even more pronounced in a stiff space suit in 1/6 G.
You are now stating that the astronaut somehow managed to turn around and place the LRV sampler behind him from the seating position in the rover, or, while he managed to do so still in flight from his jump?
He was not in mid-jump. In fact, he is probably lifting off the seat as he shifts his position.
The other issue is that during this jump, Schmitt manages to PULL OUT a LRV sampler with his left hand, transfer it to his right hand, and then somehow make it disappear before the 4 seconds are over.
And regards to Ralph Rene, he is old school.
He didnt have the information that we have today.
So I dont care about every issue he brought up about the moon landing.