I saw that second one done on Mythbusters. I think this one has more than a
certain amount of fakeness attached.
That 1st one tho...
"Dear Santa, I have been a really good boy this year."
I've heard that Mythbusters on Discovery December 12th show is going to
tackle a few more aviation myths:
Can a unexperienced person land a 747 - I'm assuming someone will try to
talk him down and it'll be someone with no RC, PC simulator, or any other
Will an airplane be able to take off on a conveyor belt going the opposite
And maybe some skydiving hollywood stuff?
Should be interesting; I'm wondering how they're going to set up the
conveyor belt thing!
This is another case of 'computer digitized fraud'.
My father taught me to, "Don't believer everything you hear and only
half of what you see". This is a prime case of disbelief.
If you have the 'know how', anything can be done on/with a computer. A
good example is interaction animated movies.
I would have to see it 'live' with my own eyes, before I believe it.
All too many of those 'spectacularly perfect' photos circulating on the
internet are computer generated.
Is this the age of 'make believe'?
Actually, you are completely wrong about this being "fauxtography".
ABC network news covered this tonight, with their own astounding photography.
Pretty damned cool - and quite timely, indeed...
with all kinds of links at the bottom of the page
And there's plenty of video on youtube as well, including this:
The problem with accepting the words of the ancient as gospel for all time is
they *know what they know* and not much more....
Polytechforum.com is a website by engineers for engineers. It is not affiliated with any of manufacturers or vendors discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.