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Originally posted by Free4Ever2
If the camera is moving why does the robotic arm stay where it is!
Why does the sea floor actaully go above the hand of the robotic arm?
Originally posted by Curious and Concerned
When I first saw this, I couldn't get audio, which turned out to be a good thing
Originally posted by Unst0ppable0ne
reply to post by tsurfer2000h
Of course I payed attention to the ALT, I think I was the first person to even mention it.
The ALT changed exactly when the ground "moved", this means the ROV moved, not the ground.
The ALT started at 10, and when the ground "moved down", the ALT changed to 0.5. This means the ROV moved closer to the ground, and it probably caused the ROV and it's mounted camera to point up because the arm was touching the ground. Do you understand that?
The ATL changes from 10 to 0.5 when the ground moved down. IF the ground actually moved down, then the ALT should have gone from 10 to 19.5.
The ROV moved! Not the ground!
People these days. You lack logical thought! Go to school!
Originally posted by thumper76
so the Ocean just farted?
Originally posted by janon
Looks more like the ROV is tilting down and back up.
Originally posted by XxiTzYoMasterxX
I re-watched it..and I notice the arm didn't bend or move when the sea floor dropped.Which is what you would expect if it was the rov moving up and down.
But then this could be one of those cases where the simple answer is the best.But you never know nowadays.