posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 07:28 AM
Originally posted by DJW001
reply to post by Elvis Hendrix
Hey we all have hard drives mate. Why not release the lot? what are they afraid of?
somebody must have cherry picked the very small proportion of released images.Or did they just ramdomly allow a batch out without looking through
I repeat: do you think any human being went through every single image to select the 170,000 images in question? The standard frame rate for a motion
picture is 24 frames per second. If you projected all 170,000 images as a movie film, the film would last 118 minutes. Do you think 1/24 of a second
is long enough to check for things you want to keep secret? Imagine how long it would take to examine a million images. Clearly, the data processing
is not done the way you seem to think it is done.
Hey, Mr. "I repeat". Or should I call you Mr. "I think I've thought everything out better than everyone else"
Let's say there's a section on the moons with aliens and stuff, and then... a section of clear ground with nothing suspicious about it. and, NASA
knows about both.
They could have taken with Camera A and "Roll" A, which contains 7.83 million blank film, an area that was covered with aliens and suspicious
then have used Camera B and "Roll" B, which contains .17 million blank film, an area that was covered with normal rocks and regular moon stuff.
This way, nobody would have had to hand picked anything.
Mr I repeat.
Take it easy on the noobs and the hoaxers from now on, eh? and I'll take it easy on you.
That is, if you're not a CIA truth deconstructer...