Artificial Backgrounds and how Hoax Nuts are wrong Feb 13, 2012 20:15:15 GMT -4
Post by BertL on Feb 13, 2012 20:15:15 GMT -4
Not sure what you mean. What I mean is that if I go to New York City I'll have my picture taken from the top of the Empire State Building or in front of The Blue Note or in front of Radio City Music Hall. These landmarks distinguish my being as in a uniquely Manhattan place. The photos of Buzz Aldrin on the surface of the moon do not show the astronaut being located uniquely upon the lunar surface at Tranquility Base. I do not know where the photos were taken but they were not taken on the moon. That is for sure. Aldrin was not there. The photos are proof of nothing. As a matter of fact I find them insulting now that I have looked at this situation carefully. They are proof of a hoax if anything.
What about rural areas or other places? Where I grew up there are no mountains or distinguishing landmarks anywhere. I have some pictures of me standing in a grass field in the Netherlands, but there are no coffeeshops, mills or wooden shoes in the picture. How on Earth would this mean I never went there?