I am going to post a video here for viewing beneath the fold, but I want to emphasize – IT IS TRASH! In my “Response…” piece posted yesterday I mentioned that Dallas Goldbug is a noise maker, deliberately putting out crappy work in order to discredit good work. So, too, is the guy called “Jungle Surfer,” who made this video.
It has also been suggested that the work we do here is slippery and not credible, possibly aimed at discrediting similar work. So I thought this would be a good opportunity to highlight the difference between fake comparisons that manipulate the images in order to force a desired outcome, and our approach, which ensures the faces are accurately compared by means to a common measurement, pupil distance, so that they can be properly compared. I suppose you could also call that a manipulation if you wanted to, but I just call it part of the careful methodology we’ve developed.
In the video, he claims that Princess Diana faked her death, is a “tranny” (that sort of talk is all over the disinfo sites these days), and is now David Furnish who married to Elton John. What a load of …
But Princess Diana is an interesting topic. No way was she a commoner, and I frankly don’t see any resemblance between Charles and her two sons, Harry and William. What the royal marriage did, whether by fake or real paternity, was to insert those two into the bloodline to allow one to succeed to the throne, the other as insurance. That done, the marriage dissolved. Did Diana fake her death? It’s fishy, but I am averse to paying too much attention to the British royal family. They’re weird.
Here is what you get after you do the necessary adjusting, that is, placing the pupils at equal distance in each of the faces being compared:
Our skulls are fully formed by late teens, and the distance between our eye pupils will not change after that, so that it can be used as a basis for comparison. Age then is not a factor – I have seen perfect alignment between a high school photo and a 70-year old man. With myself, I got perfect alignment in a photo from 1980 and another from 2015, 35 years apart.
After adjusting to level the eyes and setting pupil distance, I ran the comparison, or face chop. In the chop I reset the eyes to one inch. If they are the same person, the other features should line up.
Note the differences! Chins are not a reliable indicator as they move with the mouth, but here we have both with smiles of the same width, and the chins do not line up. The distance from bottom of nose to top of lip differs, so the mouths do not align. The ears are placed at different heights on the skull. The nose is off, though not by much.
What does this “prove”? Two different people, that is clear. But what if we had better alignment? That would mean that I have to go get more photos, expand the field, start looking at timelines, read all of the Wikipedia nonsense … it becomes a project. Good alignment of face chops is an indicator, but not enough evidence on its own.
I love this work, if it sounds like I complain, but projects are draining.
What does it tell me? Two different people, as if I didn’t know that anyway. What Surfer has done here is some non-credible work designed to catch suggestible people, and to tar some good work that is being done in this field by this website and others. There are a lot of disinfo sites out there, a lot of people like Surfer running little psyops on us.
Here is his video.
Surfer superimposes faces, Furnish over Di and back again. Notice how he has to set the faces to different sizes in order to fudge a match. But even without the necessary sizing, it doesn’t work. It’s not even close.