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  1. "I wish to re-emphasize that none of our test objects in these experiments with melons and skulls ever jumped or fell off the stand AWAY from the shooter." -- J.K. Lattimer Let's verify this with actual shots to human heads, shall we? ========================= Sniper Shot Barret M107 4:15" ================================ Real Sniper Shot - Better than American Sniper 1:10" ================================ Young Iraqi shot by sniper ISIS - Graphics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekzXxjfobAE 0:35" =======
  2. This is how the Frontal Shooter (or lack thereof) will be determined in an incontrovertible, accurate and scientific way. Stage No. 1: It may take a few years for the science to be developed but this is the way to do it: https://goo.gl/jTy69B (SBT. This is solved with technology) https://goo.gl/da4mcQ (Head Shot. This is solved with science - See inside "Documentation" folder) The result of those projects will be the creation of an OPEN infrastructure where all the interested parties will test their hypotheses, place the rifle(s) in some location and shoot: BANG! They will be trying thous
  3. i realize it's an ongoing debate between all us amateur physicists, and that the matter has likely been settled once and for all to the satisfaction of each side, BUT - just in case anyone has forgotten, here's a pretty definitive example of what heads do, in general, when hit by a bullet (also note a familiar red 'cloud')... https://vine.co/v/OtdZrwOZPX9 (caution: graphic imagery and an explicit four-letter word or two...)
  4. Do you want to scare the hell out of Lone Nutters? It is actually pretty easy. You just have to use some fancy terminology: - "Computational Biomechanics" https://goo.gl/9w6gXC - "Finite Element Analysis" - "Computational Fluid Dynamics" - "Open Source 3D Model of Dealey Plaza" https://goo.gl/jTy69B - "Brain Ballistics" http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2FBF01508103 (Click on "Look Inside") To be frank, when it comes to the use of Science, both camps are still stuck -or stuck still- in the 20th. century and not even the 1990s, more like in the late 1980s. Th
  5. [Men and Women Working - Come Back Later] This is what I have so far: https://goo.gl/da4mcQ [For those unfamiliar with Google Drive, you only click ONCE] Plus this: https://goo.gl/cZ7Axr [For those unfamiliar with Google Drive, you only click ONCE] Open Source 3D Model of Dealey Plaza: https://goo.gl/jTy69B [For those unfamiliar with Google Drive, you only click ONCE] Lee's Backyard Photos: https://goo.gl/cGA1F8 -RFH
  6. Needless to say, visual expressions that communicate the underlying science in an aesthetic manner are important. We should try to make things visually appealing. https://www.freelancer.com/contest/ReDraw-Provided-Image-in-Adobe-Illustrator-277977.html I am interested in media that goes all the way from a simple JPEG to a realistic mathematical simulation, and the above contest is a step in that direction. Technology is making possible developments that were impossible and/or not affordable. To cite an example: It is perfectly doable to recreate the full Zapruder film to the maximum l
  7. This is the closest simulation I have found to the frontal shot. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBQNnhfZ6CY We can clearly see how the practical diameter of the "bullet" grows to the size of a baseball, fist or grapefruit. BTW: It is easy to prove the impossibility of the Jet Effect, which explains being abandoned by the WCR apologists. -Ramon
  8. Hi Greg: Kindly forward this to Dr. David Mantik. This one of the entries in a contest that I am sponsoring: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulSv3M7dHO8&feature=youtu.be (I suspect that I will award the bid to them) The plan is to go all the way from a crude JPEG to the most realistic simulation of reality possible. Warrenistas will be welcome to present their hypotheses. The truth will prevail. Thanks, -Ramon
  9. Hi folks, I am planning to start a new forum in LinkedIn. https://www.linkedin.com/ It would be focused on this kind of material: http://patriot.net/~ramon/jfk/Physics-of-JFK-Assassination-Miatello.pdf http://patriot.net/~ramon/jfk/The-JFK-Autopsy-Materials-Twenty-Conclusions-after-Nine-Visits.pdf http://patriot.net/~ramon/jfk/Gemma-Radford-MSc-Thesis.pdf ... complete with a section about "Assorted Snake Oil and Bovine Manure": http://patriot.net/~ramon/jfk/Luis-Alvarez-and-the-JFK-Assassination.pdf https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dale_K._Myers In the
  10. Please visit my new AssassinationOfJFK.net YouTube Channel and subscribe. There are already dozens of YouTubes uploaded there and more are being added all the time. Here's a sample of what you can find there:
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