Friday, August 25, 2017

Paul is Dead presentation

Tina Foster, Esq., presented on the Paul is Dead conspiracy theory at the Triad Theater in Yelm, Washington on Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017.



  1. This puts it all in one place while not bogging down in the details--which anyone can look up again for himself--so as to remind even the long-time PID student how overwhelming and wide-ranging the evidence is.

  2. And yet, the similarities between the two entities is so striking as to DEFY REASON. Therefore the logical explaination to this miraculous phoenix-from-flame transfornation "out of nowhere" is quite obvious and would explain why so many people in their shared sphere seemed to be lacking in grief and remorse.

    The following is taken from: and would explain that which up til now has remained unexplainable. How? How on earth can they seem so uncannily similar??
    Do cloned animals always look identical?

    No. Clones do not always look identical. Although clones share the same genetic material, the environment also plays a big role in how an organism turns out.

    For example, the first cat to be cloned, named Cc, is a female calico cat that looks very different from her mother. The explanation for the difference is that the color and pattern of the coats of cats cannot be attributed exclusively to genes. A biological phenomenon involving inactivation of the X chromosome (See sex chromosome) in every cell of the female cat (which has two X chromosomes) determines which coat color genes are switched off and which are switched on. The distribution of X inactivation, which seems to occur randomly, determines the appearance of the cat's coat

    1. Further discussion on the epigenetics of cloning including inherent differences in the "replicas".

      Human clones have often been depicted in movies as nothing but carbon copies of their genetic predecessor with no minds of their own (e.g.,Multiplicity and Star Wars: Attack of the Clones), as products of scientific experiments that have gone horribly wrong, resulting in deformed quasi-humans (Alien Resurrection) or murderous children (Godsend), as persons created simply for spare parts for their respective genetic predecessor (The Island), or as deliberate recreations of famous persons from the past who are expected to act just like their respective predecessor (The Boys from Brazil). Even when depicting nonhuman cloning, films (such as Jurassic Park) tend to portray products of cloning as menacing, modern-day Frankensteinian monsters of sorts, which serve to teach humans a lesson about the dangers of “playing God.”

      Many other media outlets, although usually shying away from the ominous representation of clones so prevalent in the movies, have usually portrayed clones as, essentially, facsimiles of their genetic predecessor. On the several occasions which Time Magazine has addressed the issue of cloning, the cover illustrates duplicate instances of the same picture. For example, the February 19, 2001 cover shows two mirror image infants staring at each other, the tagline suggesting that cloning may be used by grieving parents who wish to resurrect their dead child. Even a Discovery Channel program, meant to educate its viewers on the nature of cloning, initially portrays a clone as nothing more than a duplicate of the original person. Interestingly enough, however, a few minutes into the program, the narrator, speaking over a picture of two identical cows, says: “But even if a clone person is created, that doesn’t mean it would be an exact copy of the original.” Yet almost immediately afterwards, the same narrator calls a clone “You, version 2.0.”


    2. From

      "The bottom line is this: While clones are genetically identical, physical characteristics such as size, weight and hair type may not be the same because the DNA has been modified during the cloning process in such a way that it affects the activity of certain genes,"

  3. Heres a great example of photo tampering right in our face

  4. Great exposé!


  5. Paul offered to write the score for Mark Lane's "Rush To Judgement" 1967 film of the same name as the 1966 book. The resource mentioning that was "Citizen Lane", Lane's 2013 autobiography (book). I'm sure Paul would have financially backed the movie as well, transforming it from what it actually became. As well, it would have opened in theaters everywhere. Aside: YouTube has the full film but at least one copy is mistitled as if it came out when the book did, in 1966.

  6. very nice presentation. a good introduction to PID


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