Originally Posted by tyffty
ummm what about the various times he films outside and shows the exterior of the ISS. Just remember that you have made yourself believe this conspiracy theory, so any proof presented to you will just be denied or ignored.
You are free to express whatever you believe, and i thank you for sharing it. The facts you have presented are interesting and it is quite possible that this is a hoax. Since we all know that the first moon landing was staged.
Here are some times that i recommend investigating in those clips
:35 and 2:30 and 5:00 video4
anything specific that looks out of the ordinary please share. Also, it is a weak argument to simply say these videos are fake and nothing special effects cant do. Give specific reasons so i can watch them and see for myself. If you can prove that these videos are fake, it will give great support to your theory
I am not an expert on special effects and could not go into the detail you ask. However I would claim that I don't really need to.
In science fiction films you never believe that what you are watching actually happened in reality because you were told in advance that the whole thing is a gargantuan work of fiction.
And yet you can actually see these things happening with your own eyes.
What I am saying is is that the special effects used by NASA aren't any better than the ones used in science fiction movies.
Its because you've been told that what NASA produces is real that you end up seeing that it is real.
As for your video clips:
So you can see the Earth and parts of the exterior of the ISS through a window. But what does this prove? We have already seen the Earth and the exterior of the ISS during space walks. Can you tell me what difference the window makes?
That leaves one clip remaining:
In Video 3, 7:10 it is not really clear what is going on in this rather cramped environment. A pipe flexes from side to side but this effect can easily be achieved using the appropriate flexible materials.
In summary these videos don't really make a significant impact.