"Jeff Root" <jeff5@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
| Jim Greenfield replied to George Dishman:
| > There has been a corruption of my posts.
| This is the post in question:
| > I am positive that it was YOU who suggested the stop/start.
| It was your post (link above) which prompted me to start
| making the animation. Specifically, these lines:
| > Get a fast rifleman; have him fire at target while
| > stationary, run quickly forward a few yards, stop and
| > fire again--------repeat (he is a machine gun with the
| > bullets fired when stationary.
| > Will the observer at target note any effect to
| > differentiate between that rifleman staying in the
| > same place?????????
| > (This clearly demonstrates that it is the MOTION of
| > the gun at instant of firing which causes increased
| > frequency/bullet velocity at target)
| Those lines first appeared in your post.
Yes. Greenfield did not anticipate you ING LYING
by saying the muzzle velocity was 8 ppf.
60 pixels separation for rifleman 3, 180 pixels per frame
for rifleman (2).
You are a cunt. Shut the up.