By his own physical testimony, John Young, pilot, astroNOT and fake moonwalker ….. is the lamest most unathletic cunt who ever lived.
Ironic isn’t it? It seem like John Young was old from the start. Must have had years in a sit-down job (Thats right. Weak-knees Johnny was a pilot.)
Go Johnny Go. Will you look at him leap!!!!! And the silly dweeb makes two jumps by way of physical confession that this is the very best the weakling can manage.
If you take your grandfather to the moon, and he cannot do better then John Young, whip his ass, send him back to his planet of ultimate origin, and think hard about the benefits of castration, because none of us want you passing the feeble-gene into the general population.
You may be needing some context here. You may be wanting to find out just how long and large you could leap if you were on the moon. The fake moonwalkers have robbed two generations of kiddies of day-dreaming about such a thing with their ridiculous and (in the long run) oh so boring, fraudulent, moonwalking depictions. They wobbled around the studio and with a ridiculous side to side motion. A childish gait that only looks halfway dignified again with the help of slow-motion.
I’ve said this many times before. Real science is powerfully interesting. Fake NASA-science is boring. Real science fills you with a feeling of awe and a sense of magic. Fake science robs the magic out of everything. Fake science sucks the magic out of you and out of the entire Universe. Fake science fills you full of nihilism, making a complete cunt out of you. If not for these fraudulent astroNOTS in the Apollo studios, the old bugger down the street, may be having what amounted to almost a second puberty, bounding around like a sex-crazed spring-heel-jack, in a large retirement village, situated slap-plam in the sea of tranquility.
Here are the NASA specs for the lunar and earth surface gravity, taken from wiki. You will see that we have been sorely gypped by NASA’s lies, and that you would be a magnificent superhuman gymnast, if you were on the moon.
Gravity specs for earths surface: g = 9.80665 m/s2
Before you start doing calculations just look at that figure? Just look at what it takes to overcome gravity and make these big leaps like we used to see Michael Jordan doing. I still find him hard to fathom. What an athlete?
Michael Jordan: WHAT an athlete? … John Young: NOT an athlete!
The key thing here is to understand that from the time your toe pushes off the ground, that’s the acceleration specs you have working against you.
Gravity specs for the moon’s surface:
|Equatorial surface gravity||1.622 m/s2|
“The gravitational acceleration on the surface of the Moon is 1.6249 m/s2, about 16.7% that on Earth’s surface. Over the entire surface, the gravity variation is about is ~0.0253 m/s2 (1.6% of the gravity acceleration). Because weight is directly dependent upon gravitational acceleration, things on the Moon will weigh only 16.7% of what they weigh on the Earth.”
I’m not going to do any calculus here. I could fake my way through it but it would take (me) too long. And it would detract from context. What you ought to be thinking is that we have three “force multipliers” (as it were) for your jumping ability, at work.
1. LESS WEIGHT
How high could you jump on earth, with earths gravity, if you had your full power, but weighed only 16.7% of what you do now? Of course I cannot answer this for you, but I want you to think about it. You could jump a great deal higher then you can now. But more importantly, you could TRAIN UP to jump a very great deal higher. This is because, with so little weight, your time in the air, would depend, not so much on power, but on how much speed you could generate, at that point, when your big toe finally pushes off from the ground.
This is if you woke up, were 16.7% as heavy, trained up, and the gravitational specs were STILL g = 9.80665 m/s2
Now the second boost for your jumping ability on the moon comes not just with the idea that you will be one-sixth the weight. Its oh so much better than that.
2. SLOWER DOWNWARD ACCELERATION
You see why I hate these fucking assholes. Wobbling around the studio like ninnies, pretending to be on the moon, robbing the children of their better daydreams. My generation had to fucking settle for Chinese movies and be stooged that the Kung Fu adepts could jump really well. You’d have a whole lot more time in the air. A great deal more time. How much more time?
Well obviously I cannot say. But my third force multiplier is a correction factor for a mistake that Joe Public is intuitively going to make at this point. Admittedly this one can work against you on the shorter jumps. But will work powerfully for you as you train up and master the run-up jumps.
3. ITS BETTER THAN DIVIDING THE TWO ACCELERATIONS.
If you can train yourself to do a burst of low running, and kick off up into the air, and stay in the air for substantially more than a second, then the acceleration maths becomes so much more in your favour. Because the unit of measurement is based on the second. That is to say on ONE second. This is a bit of an intuitive problem that the kids have in figuring out how impossible the Arabs-did-it blood libel is for 9/11. They keep thinking the fall time is substantially different from free-fall. Whereas gravity and force are about ACCELERATION. And the acceleration of the fall-front on 9/11 was as close to free-fall as the perps could get it.
So don’t think “speed of fall.” Think acceleration. Which is a big boost over the ratio:
g = 9.80665/1.622= 6.046
Now to be fair the third multiplier can be a bit of an UN-multiplier for the standing leaps, if you haven’t got it sorted to stay somewhat more than a second in the air. But this is simply not enough to account for the feebleness of astrNOT weakass-Johnny.
Salute the flag you pathetic cunt? You should have been able to leap right over it and salute five times! How dare you rob the dreams of children and old men! (Jive-ass mother-fucker.)
So NASA had you thinking wrong. Johnny leapt about knee height. Only the camera angle and the slow-mo made such feebleness look vaguely impressive. My stepson made my niece look like she was taking off on her broomstick merely by snapping the poloroid lying down. Marvellous shot. Much more impressive looking leap then Johnny and his studio hands could manage. And she wasn’t pretending to be on the moon like John Young was.
So supposing in the first instance you could leap to knee height? You could then leap much higher with one-sixth the weight and the same gravity acceleration specs. Lets say between your waist and your shoulder. Probably closer to your waist for most of us without some training. Then you could leap a lot higher again, because of the much slower gravitational action from the time your big toe leaves the ground …. lets say from your shoulder to twice your height ….. then lower your subjective estimate for the leaps that take a lot less then one second, make it higher for the leaps where you can stay off the ground for a lot more then one second. So in this case lower it substantially again, because this was a standing leap by Johnny. At least Johnny should have leapt between waist and shoulder height. And we should have seen some truly awesome soaring through the air when they could get a short run-up.
How unedifying. These nutty little men warbling around the studio in that silly fake uneven moon-walk gait that they used. Just speed them up from slow-motion and you see how foolish they look.
Someone in Hollywood has a sense of humour, inside knowledge, and perhaps didn’t understand the viciousness of the cut-throats he was back-handing. Because they really spilt the beans right there in that Bond movie. Sean Connery breaks into an Apollo studio, but in the film the astroNOTS are trying to do the slow-motion themselves. Perhaps equally as whacky as what the real astroNOTS were doing. But rather different.