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Guest James H. Fetzer
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Guest James H. Fetzer

The situation has passed far beyond simple absurdity into ludicrousness:

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I'm not going to boost that idiot's hit count by viewing his rubbish; any assertions should be able to stated clearly.

Besides, as I am sure Jim would agree, YouTube is not research (despite what a lot of the current generation seem to believe).

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Over a week and no response? Should I take this as Jim being unable to summarise the claims made in the YouTube clip and explain why they should be regarded seriously?

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Well, since Jim won't do it, would anyone else like to summarise the claim(s)? I'm quite happy to answer but am not going to waste bandwidth on downloading JW rubbish.

I only watched one, in it he complained that some rover tracks from Apollo 15 were more visible than others in the LRO photos. I assumed it was because of difference in the soil.

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Well, since Jim won't do it, would anyone else like to summarise the claim(s)? I'm quite happy to answer but am not going to waste bandwidth on downloading JW rubbish.

I only watched one, in it he complained that some rover tracks from Apollo 15 were more visible than others in the LRO photos. I assumed it was because of difference in the soil.

That is entirely possible. We see examples of that in a few of the Apollo surface photographs.

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Well, since Jim won't do it, would anyone else like to summarise the claim(s)? I'm quite happy to answer but am not going to waste bandwidth on downloading JW rubbish.

I only watched one, in it he complained that some rover tracks from Apollo 15 were more visible than others in the LRO photos. I assumed it was because of difference in the soil.

Or it could have been the sun angle on those tracks.

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