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  1. Splice in Tina Towner Film

    The public CE884 gives us this result for the first two entries. 5frames @ .9ft traveled = 18.3/5 = 3.66 x .9 = 3.294ft sec /1.47 = 2.24mph Missing six seconds in Dallas x 3.294ft per sec = 19.764ft http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/topic/22692-swan-song-math-rules/?do=findComment&comment=328146
  2. This will conclude the witness triangulation. Third car back would be the one with the door partially open in Hughes. I'd say this SS agent nailed it.
  3. Keyvan, I don't have the sprocket hole segment for that part of Towner. Never been able to locate it. All ears if someone does.
  4. Or this way, if it's any easier: Time difference for Towner's camera using Myer's 22.8fps and true fps of 18.3: 167/22.8 = 7.324 sec 167/18.3 = 9.125 sec Difference = 1.8 seconds x 18.3fps = 33frames 15 frame gap Towner End to Z beginning per Myers + 18 frames back from Towner End = Gif https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwrExtVD005OVFNpeGRfYmpNYm8/view?usp=sharing
  5. Next Witness. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwrExtVD005ObmRiUHZGWEhYb1U/view?usp=sharing P.S. This all works quite well when taking into account the adjustment Myers used to create his multi-sync film project. Think of it this way. If I'm running on an oval race track and I'm on the outside lane while my competitor is running on the inside lane, who has to run farther around the turn? Take that distance difference, subtract it from where you see the limo start on the extant zfilm. Between that span is where you'll find the witnesses placing the first shot. Now realize that Towner's camera shot at 18.3fps (that's a 8mm camera) not the BS 22.8fps that Myers used and you'll understand how the time element was adjusted to sync with the distance difference. Then realize, these people thought the noise came from the TSBD 6th floor, instead of its true origin.
  6. LOS from Euins through "JFK within the limo" to background structure. Station# 2+99 = extant z133
  7. Getting closer. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwrExtVD005OS2NpTzhwUmpYNlE/view?usp=sharing
  8. Hughes reacts some 8 frames (.43sec) after the anomaly by stopping his camera. Myers has it as a six frame stop. ??? The jump is obvious, in the video.
  9. Help with photos please

    Tom, If you have a "yahoo" email account, you can go to this link and enter your "yahoo" email address and password and it should give you the capabilities you need. https://www.flickr.com If you do not have an existing account, you'll probably have to create one. Google Drive is fine too, but it doesn't allow you to embed, so you'll have to post the link for your graphics.
  10. Seems like an opportune film gap for the Towner film end and the Zfilm beginning. Besides the problem with Willis' photo not syncing with the zfilm.
  11. Someone didn't do a very good "doctoring" job. Of course, if there wasn't something more original to compare with it, how would we've ever known.
  12. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwrExtVD005OZ1JiZDVWeXhuWkU/view?usp=sharing
  13. Methodology

    The endpoints consisting of z161(station# 3+29.2-West path) the TSBD corner and 90degrees.
  14. Methodology

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