|EvilHomer - 2015-02-26 |
What I want to know is how Copperfield managed to escape the fires of the Inquisition for so long.
He's clearly a warlock, people.
I'd love it if that random priest in the official broadcast video had stood up and attacked Copperfield right then and there! Just started screaming hellfire, inciting all his fellow audience members to rush the podium and tear David limb from limb.
I'd love it if the whole thing had stared spinning around like the Gravitron.
No, the radar was real. When the room rotated, it was pointing in the wrong direction. Duh.
|Cena_mark - 2015-02-26 |
Radars detect images from all angles. That's why I found it odd for there to be no contacts in the middle of New York Harbor. If the radar was on the rotating set it would still detect the statue.
... which brings us back to how crap your Coast Guard training must have been. If radar detected things in all directions, then even after moving, the radar would have still shown the statue. It also would have shown other stuff in the harbor. It didn't, ergo radars only work in one direction. QED.
I mean, how are you going to believe this video over Morgan Fairchild and TV's Eugene Levy? This video is just some random guy using MS Paint. That's clearly a drawing of the Statue of Liberty, none of the pictures here are even real!
I guess you could feasibly have a radar work in only one direction if you kept the transmitter/receiver stationary.
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