It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Originally posted by someotherguy
Link to a photo array showing the obvious anatomical differences in the ears of Paul & Faul
Originally posted by SpinifexPrincess
hmmm....very interesting, if one was to believe this is true. I don't think the earlobe evidence is enough proof, as we get older our skin sags--take a look at old people's earlobes...they're saggy!
Old people shrink, the piccie of Paul standing next to his dad, well like I said, people shrink with age. My dad was once 6ft 3 in & is now 5ft 8in!! ( he is 70! )
Eye color? Well my eye's were once blue, then went blue/ grey, then bright green, & are now a faded green to hazel color. Who says eyes always stay the same color?
And does anyone think for one second that with the amount of people that would have to be in on this "conspiracy" that one of them hasn't already talked for money? I would!!
Shut eeerrrrrr down.
Posted: December, 21, 2009
I have just been doing some research on Paul McCartney may of died in a car accident in 1966 and was somehow replaced with a double in 1967. He was replaced by a man claiming to be called Bill Sheppard. They say a row broke out between band members and Paul walked out of the studio in a drunken frenzy got in his car and drove very fast he also picked up a women hitchiker. Theirs rumours that the original Paul didnt want to go along with the agenda in promoting the hallucinative drug '___' at the time and the entertainment industry wanted to use The Beatles in promoting it apparentely.
This question has a corresponding link.Click here
Stewart's Reply: True, I wrote about this a while ago. It is a very old story, but one that appears to be correct.
A large percentage of hazel eyes have a brown ring around the iris, and either green or blue coloring around the outside of the ring. In the image to the right, you can see the darker inner ring surrounded by a lighter outer ring. To learn more about the subject, read about how genetics affect eye color...How and why eye color changes. Pigment in the front layer of the iris (called the stroma) colors the iris. Eye color lightens when pigment granules drop in number, or when the granules make a lighter color. See figure. The iris can also lose color if the pigment degrades.
Eyes, unlike skin and hair, do not synthesize color pigment continuously. Instead, eyes keep pigment granules made earlier. So, if the pigment degrades, the eye color lightens.
Likewise, eyes can darken if the number of pigment granules increase or if the granules make darker pigment.
That’s how the color changes. Why does it change? Genetics is the key as experimenters learned by studying twins. They observed the eyes and skin of identical twins and non-identical twins of American Caucasians between the ages of 3 months to 6 years.
Both sets of twins showed a "darkening with age of both the hair and eye colour," says Sturm. The identical twins changed color together, at essentially the same rate. The non-identical twins changed color but at different rates, which indicates a "strong genetic influence in the timing of these colour changes."
Eye color probably changes for the same reason we have one head instead of two: genes. Genes determine all body characteristics — including changing eye color as we age.
Eye color mocks easy rules, WonderQuest
Originally posted by ANOK
Can we please end this ignorant BS now?
"Peace of Mind" (also known as "The Candle Burns") is the name given to a song of unknown origin that was attributed to The Beatles on bootleg albums starting in 1973. The recording has the sound quality of a home-produced demo, and was reportedly recovered from a trash container at Apple Corps headquarters in 1970...
I'm looking at the candle, burns a flame to meet the sky.
I leave the candle laughing, I turn my face to cry.
A safety pin returns my smile, I nod a brief hello,
while you are building molecules with your garden hoe.
Why can't this last forever—these things repressed inside?
One feels it almost instantly, unless one of us died.
It's over, it's done, babe I need it again.
Just please, please, please, oh, don't keep me from begin.
I need to hear the colors red and blue and whispered word.
To fly all day and sing in tune and not hear what I'd heard.
To see you all around me and to take you by the hand,
and lead you to a brand new world that lately has been banned.
We'll build things never built before, we'll do things never done.
And just before it's over, it's really just begun.
Originally posted by Omega85
In the late sixites there was a rumour that...Paul Mccartney was actually killed in a car crash
Eye color also can change with age. This happens in 10 to 15 percent of the Caucasian population (people who generally have lighter eye colors). For instance, my once very brown eyes are now hazel, a combination of brown and green. However, some hazel eyes actually get darker with age.