#55315, "RE: A possible discovery." In response to In response to 2 Sat Jul-08-17 02:44 PMby MatteK99
Thanks for taking the time to look at the article. I appreciate your theory but some of the things you're saying are not really adding up to me.
First of all I'm not buying the fact that the object in question is in the 'correct' angle according to our current understanding. When you compare the angle of the stateroom door frame to the angle of the object, you notice that the two are almost parallel It seems that the door would have been about 45 degrees open when the photo was taken.
The angle of the object can be determined from the top of the door. It's not just the white line that seems to extend beyond of the door, but you can actually see the shadow of the wood molding of the door panel. The molding clearly does almost a 90 degree turn at the top, however if this was just a regular wall panel in the vestibule the angle should be closer to 135 degrees, I think. An explanation for the white line being too long could be the double exposure in the picture or simply the quality I personally have available for demonstrations.
Also I'd like to mention the little knob on the the object that apparently just happpens to be the right size, shape and on the correct hight to be the the attachment for the stopping hook of the door..