1)Ask and you shall receive. Below, you'll find a link to "Was it only a Paper Moon". Check it out for yourself. And as Mr. Collier claims, no footage of any astronaut actually exiting the door to the LEM. I too have been unable to find it. Perhaps you could provide a link to this supposed video footage?[/i]
2)All three crewmembers of the first historic flight also resigned shortly thereafter.
3)"Neil Armstrong, the most famous astronaut because of supposedly being the first man on the Moon, refused to even appear in a single still picture on the Moon! Aside from the initial press conference immediately following the event, in which he seems very disgruntled, he has not given a single interview on the subject, in print or on camera, to anyone ever!"
4)Did you hear an engine stop? Did you? Why not? Explain this oddity, please?
5)This is another unusual and obviously suspect point of contention some have continued to ignore. It has been said that the moons gravity is one sixth that of the Earths. These guys should be bouncing up much higher. As a matter-of-fact, I can bounce that high, right here on good ole Earth.
6)Ignition and then no change in the sound. Wouldn't we hear something?
7)[i]Clavius on high quality pictures and anomolies within them. Two different aspects of suspect photography. Somehow Clavius decided to use this inane reference to assert his readers not trust Percy and Bennett. It's odd isn't it? Don't trust them, they want to tell you something that is peculiar and might shed light on doctored pictures. Don't trust them! Trust me, I'm smarter than
But every photograph in the Apollo record still contains numerous anomalies. [Bennett and Percy]
1) No footage exists of egress on the lunar surface because there was no camera recording it. The TV camera was on the leg of the LM, and only caught the ladder. The DAC was in the right hand window of the LM, and certainly couldn't see the hatch. However, there are still photos of egress taken from inside the LM (of course, they must've been faked, right?).
2) You are referring to Apollo 7. Apollo 7 was Wally Schirra's final flight (Like Apollo 8 was Frank Borman's, and Apollo 11 was Neil Armstrong's and Mike Collins'), announced long before the flight, and the conduct of the crew during the "7"mission had Apollo management pretty teed off (research what happened on Apollo 7 for the inside skinny). The other two members of the crew would never fly again, and they knew it (perhaps an injustice, because it was Schirra himself who primarily caused the friction on that flight). Thus, they resigned.
...the astronauts are just regular human beings. They're not some superhuman masters of the universe...
3) Neil didn't "refuse" to appear in any photos on the moon ( ). He did in fact appear in one shot Aldrin took. Neil took the majority of the pictures with the single EVA Hasselblad Apollo 11 carried. Buzz never took but a single full-view picture of Neil (and it was a rear view of him working at the base of the LM)...I don't know why, and personally, I am very curious about that. One would think that he would've made it a point to get some shots of the "first man", as Neil did of the "second man".
It is completely fallacious to think that Neil has not ever granted an interview since the Apollo 11 post-flight press conference. He has done many of them. He speaks rather frequently, has done interviews, and has recently authorized his biography.
4) There is no oddity in not hearing an engine stop in a vacuum. Engines essentially make no sound in a vacuum. This is common knowledge amont the educated in these matters. Oddity? No. One felt an engine more than heard one, especially above the atmosphere. One might also pick up some vibration and perhaps a low grade vibrational sound through the spacecraft structure and internal atmosphere, but it requires external atmosphere to produce and transmit the common engine sound most people think of when they envision a rocket engine, and there is no atmosphere in space.
5) And you are not carrying 183 pounds of mass on your shoulders. Is it possible that you have no understanding of the relationship between mass and weight?
Yes, it is decidedly possible.
6) No. You would not necessarily hear anything. You might not tacity feel anything either, unless the engine was fully throttled up.
7) There are NO anomalies in Apollo lunar surface pictures. They show typical photographic effects that can be seen on Earth photos as well. "Anomalies" are merely things these people do not understand.
Want to try me on any of the typical "anomalies" noted by the HBs....Resseau marks disappearing, non-parallel shadows, etc...all normal stuff???