Clare Kuehn JL wrote:NinjaPuppy wrote:Scepcop wrote:Maybe I was wrong about the whole Paul thing. Check out this playlist of video clips from interviews with Paul McCartney from 1965 to 1968. They all look like the same person - same face, same voice, same mannerisms, same tempo of speech, same facial features, same facial expressions, etc. So I guess maybe I was wrong about him being replaced?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkKYgX2F ... kKYgX2Fu-U
With something like this, there's really no right or wrong. It's just speculation and/or fodder for discussion. While there is a right or wrong answer to the basic question, it's still interesting to review the possibilities.
It's pretty much the same with CTs and all of the other paranormal subjects. Is there? Isn't there? No scientific proof. Plenty of personal experience. You name it, people can come up with it. I'm sure that questions like this have bought plenty of unusual things to light over the centuries.
Nonsense -- no offense intended, actually -- both of you.
Scepcop: if you think the most contained version (that is, resistant, calm) Paul McCartney in the press conference who does flash smiles suddenly is the same as the flatter-faced poseur who gave the LSD interview, with very different eyebrows when worried, you are quite mistaken. However, let me note to you ... given that Sir Paul is often more self-contained, head-oriented (intellectual-type), less animated, it would be better maybe if you didn't compare the most sedate Paul with the Sir Paul who is often sedate. The overlap for you in impression is obviously too much.
Hi Clare. Nice to have you here. Well you've studied the Paul McCartney thing for a long time. So I don't know. But how about this: Why don't you show clips of him just before he was switched, and then ones of him right after? Preferably clips that show close ups of his face. If they are different people, it should show.
Even clips of identical twins, if viewed enough times, will reveal differences. You can have a dog for years, and if it is replaced by another dog of the same size and breed and looks identical, you will notice the difference.
Even if the Paul McCartney today is an imposter, how do you know when he was replaced? Maybe it was after 1967?
How do you know he didn't have an accident and then have plastic surgery afterward that made him look different? Remember Mark Hamill who played Luke Skywalker in Star Wars? Well he looked different in Star Wars and Empire Strikes Back, because he had a car accident and plastic surgery on his face. Why weren't there conspiracy theories about him being replaced by a double too?