Originally posted by woodwardjnr
Well if the new Paul is a replacement. what are the chances of finding someone, who looks exactly the same, talks the same and has amazing musical
abilities?. the chances have got to be pretty slim?
He doesn't look exactly the same or talk exactly the same. Biometrical analyses have revealed differences that cannot be explained except by
replacement. Not even surgery can explain them. In an article in the August 2009 Italian issue of WIRED magazine, two forensic scientists conducted a
biometrical analysis of Paul pre & post 1966. Here are some of the differences they found:
Jaw line: “The mandibular curve between the two sets of photos showed a discrepancy of over 6 percent, well beyond the threshold of error. But there
was more. Changed the development of the mandibular profile: before 1966 each side of the jaw is composed of two curves Net, since 1967 appears to be
a single curve. There is therefore a curve morphological different.” [“Ask Who Was the ‘Beatle,’” /mw83db]
Lips: "Compared to the previous picture, that of Sgt Pepper's show clearly that the commessura lip, that is the line formed by the lips of the two,
it was suddenly stretched. Which obviously is not possible and that the whiskers cannot camouflage. In other words, the phenomenon is all too frequent
these days, the lips can be inflated and increased in volume, but the width of the lip commessura cannot vary that much. May be slight, but this is
not the case for the photos examined: here the difference between the before and after is too strong to have been caused by any surgery.” [“Ask
Who Was the ‘Beatle,’” /mw83db]
Nose: “[A]lways under the mustache of the McCartney Sgt Pepper's, maybe it was trying to hide something else: what the experts call it the
nose-spinal or sottonasale [nasal spine: www.revisionrhinoplasty.com...
]. This is the point between the two nostrils where the nose
begins to fall off the face: ‘This is also in this case a distinctive feature that medicine cannot alter surgery. It can change the shape of the
nose but not the nose-cord,’ says Gabriella Carlesi. ‘And McCartney from the first group of photos and the second point that clearly varies’”
["Ask Who Was the 'Beatle,'" /mw83db]
Ears: “Technically called trago [tragus: www.westone.com...
]. All we have two, one by ear, but the characteristics are
different for every human being. ‘In Germany, a recognition procedure craniometric, identification of the right ear is even tantamount to
fingerprint, ie the collection of fingerprints,’ recalls Carlesi. But what is trago? It is the small cartilage covered with skin that overhangs the
entrance to the ear and ear canal, like the whole ear, cannot be changed surgically. How then to explain the differences between the right ear of Paul
McCartney in a previous snapshot to 1966 and probably a built in the late nineties? It is not only to betray trago a different conformation as well as
other parts, just above the ear canal entrance, measurements and dell'antelice propeller. Things that ordinary mortals might seem irrelevant or
unclear, but instead, every day, allowing the experts to locate and identify persons, bodies, photographs.” ["Ask Who Was the 'Beatle,'"
Teeth & Palate: “There are impossible things and things that are possible but at the cost of operations long, painful and never perfect. Especially
if done in the sixties. Now, careful examination of some pictures of McCartney before and after the 1966 autumn leaves, it must be said, in amazement:
‘First of all there is right upper canine,’ observes Carlesi Gabriella. ‘In the photos prior to 1966 is known as protruding relative to the line
of teeth. It's the classic case of a tooth that lack of space it ends up misaligned, pushed out by the pressure of other teeth. It is curious that
the same canines in the photos from 1967 forward, but without ever protruding apparent reason: the images show that the space would have to be aligned
with the neighboring teeth. It's like if you wanted to recreate is a detail in a mouth where such an anomaly would have never been able to
express.’ The real crux of the reasoning of dental identification suggested by Gabriella Carlesi covers the whole palate of McCartney that before
1966, appears close to the point of justifying various misalignments of the teeth, although in less obvious forms of upper right canine. After the
publication of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, however, the palate of McCartney widens considerably, to the point that the front teeth do not
rotate on the axis more as before. With the only on, than the usual canine. ‘A change of the shape of the palate, Carlesi concludes, 'in the
Sixties was not impossible but would be very traumatic, the result of an actual intervention maxillo-facial. In practice McCartney should have been
subjected to an operation that would involve the opening of the suture palate, broken bone and then a long prosthetic and orthodontic treatment. In
other words, for a change so sensitive in the sixties to McCartney would be required not only a particularly painful and bloody, but also the use of a
fixed orthodontic multiband then, for over a year. Which would not have been possible to hide and would be obvious repercussions on the performance of
a vocal professional singer.’” ["Ask Who Was the 'Beatle,'"/mw83db]
Those links are at /mw83db - tinyurl.com - not sure why the links aren't working.
More info at plasticmacca.blogspot.com...
The voiceprints also do not seem to match. Voice prints are unique identifiers used in courts to identify people. Here is a link to information about
non-matching voice prints:
I think his "amazing musical abilities" is a matter of opinion. Whereas I think Paul was a brilliant genius, the replacement has a few good songs,
but lacks Paul's genius.
[edit on 8-11-2009 by faulconandsnowjob]