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2 minutes ago, smokingdino said:

 

Kodak assumed the camera original would be shown by users. So when you copy it, the contrast increases on the first gen copy. If you copy a first, the second gen copy is even more contrasted, light tones becoming lighter, dark tone becoming darker. And just about every video shown from the film is derived from a second gen copy. So we are seeing the feet lighter than they actually were in real life.

 

- Bill Munns

Cherry picking quotes out of context to support your agenda. That's trolling 101. 

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Just now, Wooly Booger said:

Cherry picking quotes out of context to support your agenda. That's trolling 101. 

 

How is it out of context?

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2 minutes ago, smokingdino said:

 

How is it out of context?

I will let @Bill answer that one for you champ. 

 

And you still haven't addressed the tracks which reveal whoever or whatever made them weighed between 600 and 700lbs. Nor have you addressed the heavy musculature of the film subject. 

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Just now, Wooly Booger said:

And you still haven't addressed the tracks which reveal whoever or whatever made them weighed between 600 and 700lbs.

 

Who came to this conclusion? How do we know it's accurate and trustworthy? Was this determination made by an independent, objective, qualified scientist?

 

 

 

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Nor have you addressed the heavy musculature of the film subject. 

 

Perhaps the actor had muscles?

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5 minutes ago, smokingdino said:

 

Kodak assumed the camera original would be shown by users. So when you copy it, the contrast increases on the first gen copy. If you copy a first, the second gen copy is even more contrasted, light tones becoming lighter, dark tone becoming darker. And just about every video shown from the film is derived from a second gen copy. So we are seeing the feet lighter than they actually were in real life.

 

- Bill Munns


 

So the white sand on the bottom of Patty’s feet? Appears lighter in the film than it would in real life. Cool.

 

How does that contradict what I’m saying? How does that make the film a hoax? Why won’t you admit that white sand was at the film site? Why won’t you admit that sand sticks to the bottom of your feet?

 

 

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2 minutes ago, smokingdino said:

 

Who came to this conclusion? How do we know it's accurate and trustworthy? Was this determination made by an independent, objective, qualified scientist?

 

 

 

 

Perhaps the actor had muscles?

A 200lb researcher barely made an impression 1/4 of an inch in the same soil as the film subject. The tracks found at the site were over an inch and a quarter deep in the hard earth. 

 

An actor weighing between 600 and 700lbs of muscle? Not even professional powerlifters get that big. 

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1 minute ago, norseman said:

 

 

Why won’t you admit that white sand was at the film site? 

 

 

 

 

Because I'm not convinced it was white? Again, see Mr. Munns' film contrast theory.

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3 minutes ago, Wooly Booger said:

A 200lb researcher barely made an impression 1/4 of an inch in the same soil as the film subject. The tracks found at the site were over an inch and a quarter deep in the hard earth. 

 

The tracks found at the site could very well have been made with a stamp pressed into the soil, the way Wallace did it.

 

And, again, who was this "researcher"?

 

 

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An actor weighing between 600 and 700lbs of muscle? Not even professional powerlifters get that big. 

 

The actor likely did not weigh between 600 and 700 pounds.

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10 minutes ago, smokingdino said:

 

Because I'm not convinced it was white? Again, see Mr. Munns' film contrast theory.


As a general rule of thumb? What color is sand? Let’s start there. Is it a dark color? Or a light color?

 

Rocks+Fast moving water=pebbles+Fast moving water=sand+fast moving water=sand bars and beaches deposited down stream....

 

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Or was the PGF shot on the same lot as the moon landing hoax? Maybe it was concrete made to LOOK like sand!!? 

 

 

 

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26 minutes ago, smokingdino said:

 

The tracks found at the site could very well have been made with a stamp pressed into the soil, the way Wallace did it.

 

And, again, who was this "researcher"?

 

 

 

The actor likely did not weigh between 600 and 700 pounds.


So they not only filmed one of the greatest hoaxes of all time? But they built a corresponding track way with wooden stompers as well?

 

Like two guys walking along kneeling down pushing the stomper into the sand, getting up walking a long kneeling down...rinse, wash, repeat. 100’s times? And no one saw evidence of this with follow on research. So did they rake the whole film site out to hide their tracks too? 

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5 minutes ago, norseman said:

Like two guys walking along kneeling down pushing the stomper into the sand, getting up walking a long kneeling down...rinse, wash, repeat. 100’s times? And no one saw evidence of this with follow on research. So did they rake the whole film site out to hide their tracks too? 

 

How did Wallace do it?

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12 minutes ago, smokingdino said:

 

How did Wallace do it?


They strapped wood stompers onto a guys feet and pulled him with a rope behind a pickup. Which requires a road....

 

 

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2 hours ago, smokingdino said:

 

Patterson and Gimlin could have simply hired someone to make the suit. They didn't have to make it themselves.

 

 

There are many Hollywood experts that say it's a guy in a suit.

 

Attention shoppers!

 

smokingdino doesn't care what anyone says or is showing here. Everything just gets ignored and the game continues to role on. How's that working for everyone?

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17 minutes ago, norseman said:


They strapped wood stompers onto a guys feet and pulled him with a rope behind a pickup. Which requires a road....

 

 

 

 

What purpose would the truck and rope serve?

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