Cliff Varnell Posted January 21, 2013 Share Posted January 21, 2013 (edited) If I'm wrong on this it's simple enough to prove it. Uh, no cliffy, you made this stupid claim, how about YOU proving it is true. That means you need to show us every shirt ever worn by every man raising his arm and waving in all of recorded history. No, all I need to show is that it happens with Craig Lamson every time. If it didn't occur with your shirt, Craig, you'd show us otherwise. There you go again cliffy, telling tale tales once again. I refer you to our previous threads where my claim is made perfectly clear, and is NOT the falsehood you just spewed. You prove once again you simply are incapable of telling the truth. Your claim has never been replicated. Not by you. Not by anyone. Please reproduce your experiments with tucked in dress shirt and jacket. But you won't, since your experiments with shirt and jacket haven't panned out for you. Without a replication with shirt and jacket you've produced nothing, Craig. Here's the REAL whopper: The trough of the indentation in Weaver photo shows the smooth surface under JFK's jacket. The fold in Weaver was below the bottom of the jacket collar; the fold in the airplane photo is above the bottom of the collar. Actually the fold in the Weaver coat is at the bottom of the jacket collar, cliffy as the SHADOW proves. You fail how the sun works 101 AGAIN! The top of the indentation is at the bottom of the jacket collar --very good, Craig! But the trough of the indentation is clearly below the bottom of the jacket collar, as anyone gifted with sight can clearly see. Craig, you claim that there was a massive shadow below the fold a la Betzner (according to you.) I wonder -- do Paul Baker and Jim DiEugenio agree? Edited January 21, 2013 by Cliff Varnell Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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