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1) Only Scott Bobs around like he is in outer space. Obviously they are trying to "fool" us into thinking that this is a genuine space mission by having Scott float up and down as you see him doing there. Worden and Irwin are sort of painted on there, glued if you will, to the CM backdrop. Bit of an exaggeration, but not much. This is an example of a "weightless scene" which we may have "figured out". Keep in mind, all weightless scenes were NOT done the same way. This one more likely than not employed a layering technique, like green screening or something similar. Scott is the overlay. He would have been shot with nothing but GREEN behind him and then when layered, the only thing one would see from that filming would be Scott, the green having been subtracted out.
Did you see any 0G floating pens? Did you see any 0G floating film canisters or maps or floating sunglasses or headgear? Did you see any 0G floating fruit bars or orange drink containers? 0G floating flashlights? Was the Apollo 15 in-space television interview done from a ZERO G environment?
I watched the videos that decisively posted. If you could find any objects floating in the Apollo 15 Command Module during this television broadcast please upload a screen cap of said object.
So decisively has zeroed in on a visually uninteresting transmission. What's your point? Perhaps he would care to explain, in specific detail, how this transmission was "faked:"
DJ, you posted a translunar video from A8, we are talking about Jim Irwin and A15.
Can you confirm any floating objects in the A15 space TV interview that decisively posted on page 1 of this thread?
I'd just like your opinion on it. So go back and watch and take a screen cap of any floating objects you see in the command module.
I am aware that Dave Scott mentioned at the beginning of that interview, 'everything was stowed away', or a similar remark. But DJW, if they are in space.... I want to see floating space pens and flashlights. I don't see any here.
There was one tiny moment when Jim Irwin actually grasped at something with his fingers, as if, as if he was trying to grab a small nugget of floating space of trash. His effort to do so made me feel like the moment was contrived.
What are your thoughts?