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  • Rory
    I need to get on to this but have been really busy with other things. What I'm thinking is it ought to be pretty straightforward to construct a graph that shows: time owner is away from home; when owner decided/was told to go home; whether dog...
  • M
    Well, he was calculating the horizontal and vertical components separately based on the deflection angles shown in the hud, and combining to get a velocity. However, the vertical component tells us nothing useful because potentially a tiny change...
  • TheoryQED
    I think the post on Reddit was only talking about the vertical degrees not the horizontal ones. He's saying that because an F-18 is faster than a commercial airliner the degrees should go from 6 to 7 as it gets closer, and not from 6 to 5...
  • TheoryQED
    Over on Reddit a poster has done some analysis using the telemetry in the FLIR video in an attempt to put a lower bound on the speed of the tracked object. I'll just quote the relevant part, it ties into gtoffo's last two posts in this thread...
  • C
    Hi, Everyone, I enjoyed Mick's book and hope to learn more from the forums on this website.
  • Ravi
    I agree, his analysis does not look extremely sound. But, I am no expert!
  • M
    Maybe that one should go in a Gimbal thread instead of Nimitz? I'm not really sure what he's arguing in that one - what shows that the range from the object to the camera was constant? I don't think that's shown on the HUD.
  • M
    The change to 6 degrees is at 1:04.27 and to 7 degrees at 1:08.03 (delta of 3.76s), then to 8 at 1:12.27 (delta of 4.24 s) - so agreed, not sure where they got "1 degree in 3 seconds towards the end" from.
  • deirdre
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    July is not March. This is not the second wave in Melbourne. It’s the first wave. What occurred during the months of March and April was actually minor compared to what we are facing now. During those months, the vast majority of infections...
  • deirdre
    it is best if you quote directly from the page you are reading (below) . and also include that summary link (below) as that link will disappear next week from the main page and will be harder for readers to find. In Week 26, the number of...
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  • econ41
    Attached is my comments on the Draft Report which I had mailed to publiccomment@ae911truth.org - but they are not included in the "Public Comments" that were published yesterday...
  • Wiggles
    Flat Earth debunker Sly Sparkane recently posted a video in which 23 participants in 9 separate countries measured the sun's elevation angle at solar noon on the September equinox. Naturally, when the results are viewed and compared with the two...
  • Wiggles
    I know Mick has said this is possible. There may be other threads here on how to do this (and my way is just one way) but couldn't find any (although here is an example of using LROs to observe the fact of curvature without getting a radius value...
  • Mick West
    Flipping from 5° to 6° tells you precisely zero about the change in vertical angle. That could be 5.999 to 6.0001, or it could be 6.1 to 5.5, based on the semi-random changes in the horizontal angle. 4, 3,4,3,2,1,-1,1,-1,0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 The...
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  • M
    Over on Reddit a poster has done some analysis using the telemetry in the FLIR video in an attempt to put a lower bound on the speed of the tracked object. I'll just quote the relevant part, it ties into gtoffo's last two posts in this thread...
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