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Originally posted by PrinceDreamer
reply to post by MattC
They do look similar, but some noticeable differences, firstly this actor does not have a mole, you know the rather large brown spot on the guys face, the left hand side. the ears are a different shape, as are the eyes and the mouth.
I was also trying to see the tooth shapes of both people, however when the actor speaks he rarely moves his top lip so you can examine his teeth, where as the guy in the first video his teeth are exposed fully each time he speaks.
The overall shape of the head and the complexion are very similar but they are not the same person
Originally posted by kaylaluv
Originally posted by flexy123
* No scientist, especially with such an important msg (assuming it is true) would choose YT as a medium to inform "the world".
Exactly. You would at least go to the major media outlets, especially if you could prove your credentials with NASA - and have a press conference. Posting on You Tube takes away all credibility here. I'm going with HOAX.
Have fun with you high def dual monitors in your basement playing CSI.
Originally posted by eletheia
reply to post by MattC
Depends upon the time between videos 10 years can make a difference to a face
jowells appear, cheeks drop, (whether we like it or not ] and then of course
there are minor 'nips and tucks' [pin ears back minor nose adjustments
eye lid removal of excess fat ] or even MAJOR surgery maybe a sex change
And then there are the little things we women do foundation, concealer shading
And of course if he is an actor access to professional 'make up artist'
Has no one on here ever seen a professional 'make over' it can be quite an
Originally posted by tidycat
The man in the orange suit lacks a deep indentation above his lips. Dr. Sal has full lips. His upper lip is full in the center but lines out at the corners. The guy in the orange has lips that arc from corner to corner with no variation in plumpness. Lighting could account for lack of shadowing.
Originally posted by Legos
Pseudo-scientists like to claim Einstein was wrong. Actual scientists spend their time proving or disproving assertions, not people.
Originally posted by MattC
Here is my (poor) attempt at a video capture of both for comparison:
ETA: Posted correctlyedit on 13-8-2012 by MattC because: (no reason given)