Friday, December 9, 2011

NASA DECEPTION: Film Crosshairs Expose Liars

Film Not Lie But Never Address Serious Allegations (NASA) Is

An important factor to take into consideration is the great variations in temperature that the film would have had to endure whilst on the lunar surface. The temperature during the Apollo missions were recorded as being between -180F in the shade to an incredible +200F in full sunshine.

Astronots Must Have Utilized Super Film Made On Krypton

How could the film emulsion have withstood such temperature differences? The astronauts can be seen to move between the shadows of the rocks and then into full sunlight in some shots. Surely the film would have perished under such conditions?

Strange That Magic Film Has Never Gone Public

If the film used during the Apollo missions had such qualities as to withstand such differences in temperature why are Kodak not publicly selling them in today's market?

Crosshairs Most Damning Of Film Evidence Against Liars

On all Apollo footage there should be crosshairs or reticules present on the film. These crosshairs were, according to NASA, placed on the film to help calculate distances on the Moon. The crosshairs were actually built into the camera and therefore should be visible on every single picture taken by the astronauts on the surface of the Moon.

How Many Cameramen Were Actually On Moon Set?

Incidentally, an unimpeachable film expert has stated that the only way that you could calculate the distance in the shot using the crosshairs would be if you had two cameras set up to take a stereo picture!

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