Looking at this video:
I can see Aldrin raising his arm as Sibrel is saying "and a . . ." then a flurry of sound from Sibrel's microphone and Sibrel's head turning while Sibrel is saying "thief." The actual hit is out of view of the camera, of course.
He seems to be getting hit in the cheek, not a straight on shot. Also, Aldrin doesn't appear to be trying to knock Sibrel out, he's just frustrated and wants the Sibrel to back off. So I don't see why that would stop him from enunciating the word "thief."If you look and listen carefully, you will note that a person could not actually do that, get hit full on in the face and then enunciate the word "thief" with perfect clarity.
What would be the point of that? What would be the point of faking a punch?The significance is that Aldrin and Sibrel are not adversaries, but are actually cooperating.
And that makes no sense at all. But the style of argument is sounding strangely familiar.It is a funny little modern proof that Apollo was fake and it goes a long way to show that a lot of energy continues to go into fooling the public.
I say there is an invisible elf in my backyard. How do you prove that I am wrong?
The Leif Ericson Cruiser
The video you referenced is different. It seems sped up to me. I think you heed to do the experiment on your own Van Rijn. There is a lot of variety in the sounds and sights of the videos published. Do your own.
Of course, there's also The Daily Show, which used his own techniques to show that it wasn't possible. But that was The Daily Show.
"Now everyone was giving her that kind of look UFOlogists get when they suddenly say, 'Hey, if you shade your eyes you can see it is just a flock of geese after all.'"
"You can't erase icing."
"I can't believe it doesn't work! I found it on the internet, man!"