John Dolva Posted May 9, 2006 Share Posted May 9, 2006 "It's possible that if one can determine the head movements at the time of the headshot, then one can say where the shot came from." This seems reasonable to me. a first glance at z313 is very distracting. Very suggestive, like an inkblob, a mess with emotional reactions waiting to happen in the observer. Within that information in the form of a fine grid of various tiny areas having various qualities such as color hue and luminosity lies that information that reached the film of Zapruders camera during a short time (veryveryshort). Is it possible to isolate the component of that information that all together is commonly called Kennedys head? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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