Saturday, January 16, 2016

These doctors below assert that Lovelady and Gorilla Man were not the same individual.

Doctors, I have a favor to ask of each of you. Please look at this composite picture of two men. I wish for you to tell me, based on anatomical comparisons, whether you think there is any chance they are the same individual. It’s important concerning some research I’m doing. Thank you.
Dr. Ralph Cinque

Now, let’s take a look at the results, and I am going to post them verbatim. And I am going to provide the names and locations of the doctors, just so that you know, without a doubt, that I am talking about real people. There is no bull-shitting going on here.

This is from Dr. David Peters, who is an eye doctor in Lockhart, Texas:

Hello Raffie!
Based on the bone structure, they do not appear to be the same person.
Pal David
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Dr. James Panzetta is a dentist from Virginia:

Hi Ralph:  I’ll give you my opinion.  I do not believe they are the same person.  My reasons are as follows:

1. The bridge of the nose on one man appears convex and the other appears concave.
2.  The lips appear different to me.  Bottom lip seems more retruded on the right than on the other.
3.  Eyes and eye brows appear different to me.
4.  Head and neck articulation appear different to me.
5.  Man on right has more robust chest.
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This is a response from Dr. Glenn Skene, a chiropractor, from Anaheim, CA:

I see them as two distinct individuals. True, they are both working on a good “reverse yamaka’ with their hairlines, but the ears are wrong, the cervical curves are way different, and so are the slopes of their shoulders. There is also the overall size difference- the guy on the left is slighter of build.
So, my analysis is: 2 different dudes, both bad dressers!
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This is from Dr. Gary Skene, who is the brother of Glenn Skene, and also a chiropractor. He practices in Boca del Toro, Panama:

Ralph, they’re not the same guy. Their faces are different, and the guy on the right is a lot stockier. But, he also has that short, anterior bulldog neck, and the other guy doesn’t. Is someone really saying that they are the same guy? Who? I can’t believe it. I mean, I can’t believe that anyone would say that. They’re definitely not the same guy, and it’s not a matter of belief. Hey, when are you coming down here? You gotta see this place. Gary
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This is from Dr. Alan Goldhamer, a chiropractor from Santa Rosa, CA:

These appear to be two different individuals. I suppose picture quality and angle could alter perceptions, but many features appear to be different, including the noses, the ears, and especially the cervical anatomy.
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This is from Dr. Erwin Linzer, who is also a chiropractor from Santa Rosa, CA:
Hi Dr. Cinque

It looks to me like two different people. The ear size is different, and the jaw size seems different.
Dr. Erwin Linzner
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This is from Dr. John Wilbur who happens to be my dentist here in Austin TX:

They are not the same man. With enough surgery, you might be able to change the left man into the right one, but I can’t see it going the other way.
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This is Dr. Theresa Longo M.D., who is a pediatric intensive care specialist from southern Illinois.

Dear Ralph, I would have great difficulty saying that those two men are the same man. The man on the right has a very different slant of his forehead and brow, and his eye socket configuration is different too. And his whole face seems to plane farther back, that is, to be wider. They are two individuals. Theresa

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