Date of discovery: Dec 2017
Location of discovery: Earths Moon, Apollo 17
This is odd, this Apollo 17 astronaut on the moon is defying the laws of physics by bouncing, as if from a rope, then leans far back, then returns to a normal stance. This is impossible, even on the moon, however, if you are suspended from a cable, then you cannot fall back, but you see him seem to turn slightly and slightly bounce twice before he returns to normal standing. This is evidence that the Apollo 17 moonwalk was faked. Excellent find by Streetcap1 of Youtube. The suit weighs a massive 180 pounds or 82 kg on Earth. On the moon however, it weights only 30 pounds, 14 kg. So…you decide. Watch the video and come to your own conclusions. Do you think he is dangling from a cable?
Scott C. Waring
Streetcap1 of Youtube states:
Look at this, he stumbles, both legs together, huge Backpack, bulky Spacesuit, how on Moon did he not topple? His centre of gravity had gone. The strength of gravity has no bearing on losing your centre of gravity, you would still lose your balance. Basic Physics. Small flashes above and to the right of him, are your Clue. SC1.