posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 12:25 PM
Well, that is interesting footage. However, it carries a number of flaws.
1) If it's an entire mission, why is there only this much footage? Where is the on-the-surface footage? where is the footage with narration (or is
there something wrong with my speakers?)
2) The scale seems off, as Romantic_Rebel suggested (though what she actually said doesn't make much sense...), especially in conjuction with the
level of detail. But that could just be my ignorance of the topography of Mars.
3) Why would the US and Russia launch a mutual mission in the 1970s? They HATED each other. Or was that a cover?
4) During one of the shots which seems to carry the whole planet, you can see something in the lower right of the window through which the video is
being shot. It looks like the ground, but it may be a relection or a distortion. It's probably about 30 seconds in, I forgot to check the
I'll be watching this thread closely, in any case! I hope these four points (and any others that we healthy skeptics think of) can be refuted...!
[edit on 30-6-2010 by Solasis]