The Chinese spacewalk was faked

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  1. Scott

    Scott Well-Known Member

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    The clearest proof that I've seen is the flag fluttering the way it would in a gaseous or liquid medium at the thirty second time mark in this video.

    Chinese Space Walk - 2008



    There's more.

    Proof China Faked Their Spacewalk (Part 2)




    China's Space Walk Was FAKE (part 1)




    In this video the safety cable is obviously buoyant. It has a distinct tendency to to upward.

    China Shenzhou 7 Space Walk Live!! Full Success!


    Watch it at these time marks.
    0:50
    2:10
    3:00
    3:10
    6:08
    6:44
    6:53

    It's going upward because it's slightly lighter than water.

    In the above video (Proof China Faked Their Spacewalk "Part 2") at the 3:45 time mark you can see the astronaut holding the buoyant safety cable down so that its buoyancy won't be so obvious.


    NASA's position on the Chinese spacewalk is that it was real to this shows that NASA is capable of lying.


    It's clear that the people who say it was real in this thread don't even believe their own arguments.
    https://forum.cosmoquest.org/showthread.php?87594-Chinese-space-walk-conspiracy

    The dead link in post #1 led to the same video as the second link from the top in this thread.

    Those people are the heavyweight Apollo defenders. Jay Windley* is among them.


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    http://www.clavius.org/about.html
     
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    This is from Betamax.
    http://debunking-a-moron.blogspot.com/2011/07/chinese-spacewalks-part-1.html

    In the video at the top of post #1 at the thirty second time mark the astronaut pulls the flag from right to left. The flag flutters the way it would in a gaseous or liquid medium. There is no other force that would make it flutter that way. This alone proves the footage was taken in water.

    The Chinese flag is made of stiff material but the same effect can be seen in these two videos.


     
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