KING KONG MAN debunking attempt
I was just alerted (not by the actual / anonymous authors themselves) to the fact that a new KING KONG MAN debunking effort has been published on Youtube - by YT user "KurtsFilmeVideo". A youtube commenter ('DavidGPeters') wrote the below message under my FAKE PENTAGON SMOKE video today:
So here's the said (or sad?) debunking effort:
full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=az4mxJo4Y7s
"KurtsFilmeVideo" presents two graphics to illustrate their "point" - here's one of them:
( Here's the other graphic presented : http://i.imgur.com/fzfdt1V.jpg )
As you can see, "KurtsFilmeVideo" has the height of what we may call "the window-&-spandrel fairing" at 3,70m (while I / my sources had them at a slightly shorter 3,52m - but as you will see, this discrepancy is of marginal importance).
The funniest thing is that - in order to further / corroborate their contention, "KurtsFilmeVideo" also links to the below image (which certainly isn't meant to have been shot from ground level) and calls it "Real lean angle of a 'King Kong Man". By this ("Real lean angle") I suppose it is implied that what we see in this image doesn't 'suffer' from the same 'heavy-perspective-distortion-optical-phenomena' submitted in the above, curious graphics:
About the alleged author of this image, "José Jimenez": http://www.cluesforum.info/viewtopic.ph ... 9#p2381339
I will now ask you to open the original file of the above image - and enlarge the image on your screen - until the head of the circled man reaches approx 1cm in height. You should then have (on your screen) the height of "the window-&-spandrel fairing" at approx 7cm. (Note: your screen's aspect ratio doesn't matter much, since we are only going to make vertical measurements of two parallel objects in the image). As you can easily calculate, this means that it would take no more than 7 heads of that man to stretch from top-to-toe of the "the window-&-spandrel fairing" (approx 3,52m - or 3,70m, according to "KurtsFilmeVideo's" data).
Now, human anatomy tells us that an average man is approx "7,5 heads tall":
If the head measurement doesn't satisfy you for accuracy, try estimating the location / pixel area of the leaning man's navel. On your screen, it should be approx 3cm down from the top of his head. To estimate the man's total height (whose legs we cannot see), you would need to add 4,5cm to your 3 centimeters. That adds up to 7,5cm - i.e. 0,5cm more than the 7cm "window-&-spandrel fairing".
This means - quite simply - that the leaning man (whom I will keep calling the "KING KONG MAN") must be roughly as tall as "the window-&-spandrel fairing" (or taller) - or in any case, the man must be more than 3m (or 10ft) tall. This is, I think we can all agree, just an impossible height for a human being.
I rest my case.