Editor’s Note: There are a lot of conspiracy theories going around about Stephen Hawking: that he’s a cyborg/robot, that he’s taking pills like the ones depicted in the film [amazon text=Limitless&asin=B005DD7H50] in order to stay alive so long, and the one about to be presented for your consideration — that he actually died a long time ago and was simply replaced by a new, stand-in Stephen Hawking.
Others have said the only reason Hawking has become the fodder of such theories in recent years is that he came out publicly against the dangers of CERN. Either way, it is hard to deny this evidence is compelling. What do you think? At the very least, is Hawking the recipient of some amazing new medical breakthrough that is being withheld from the rest of the population that would enable a man with ALS to not only live to be 74 but actually appear to get younger over time?
Not that medical breakthroughs that allow certain people to live really long lives would be all that much of a conspiracy… the Powers That Shouldn’t Be don’t want everyone living forever…
Stephen Hawking Died and has been Replaced
by Miles Mathis
(First published April 17, 2015)
I have written several papers critiquing Stephen Hawking, including a long one on his Brave New World series for the BBC. But this is my first paper really linking my science research with my faked events research. I will use simple photo analysis and facial analysis to quickly show you the current Stephen Hawking is not the same person as the original Stephen Hawking.
This should not surprise you too much, especially if you know something about ALS. ALS is Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. We are told Hawking has had ALS for over 52 years, which is a record by many decades. Jason Becker is the only person I have heard of who has lived more than 20 years with the disease, so there is about a three-decade difference between the longest survivor and the second longest survivor. That is a more than 100% difference between first and second place. It would be like Justin Gatlin running the 100 meters in 9.8 seconds, and Usain Bolt beating him with a time of 4.5 seconds. In other words, statistically it doesn’t happen.
The average survival time for ALS is four years. When Hawking was first diagnosed in 1963, doctors gave him two years to live. And yet here we are, 52 years later and counting. Should you believe it? Well, no. Like Becker, it appears the real Hawking did beat the odds and live for about 20 years. But at some point he was replaced. I have no proof he died, but I assume that is why they replaced him. He was a very useful public relations entity for physics, and they didn’t want to lose him.
But rather than speculate on that, let us go right to the evidence. I won’t call it proof, since of course you are free to disagree with me. This is an opinion piece, not a court transcript; and even if it were a stamped court finding, you would be free to disagree with it. You don’t have to agree with anything anyone tells you, ever. Remember that. This paper is nothing more than presented evidence, evidence I find compelling. If you also find it compelling, fine. If you don’t, also fine.
The picture under title is the real Hawking. Notice the longish face and skinny neck. Also notice the dark brown hair. Here is another picture of the real Hawking:
Let that etch into your brain. This is also Hawking, a few years later:
You see that his hair is turning gray. But the thing to notice here is his teeth. Pretty awful, right?
Well, it gets worse.
He is now fully gray, and he has pretty much lost his lower teeth. I am not a dentist and don’t know exactly what is going on there, but it looks like those teeth have been filed down or chipped down, with only stub fillings left. The next step would be dentures, right?
Well, no. The next step, apparently, was going from gray to blonde, even in the eyebrows, and a whole new set of old yellow teeth. He also bought some new fat cheeks. Amazing right?
Actually, that is the replacement. That isn’t Hawking, as I hope you can see now that I point it out. Go back two photos and compare the teeth directly. Not even close. They found a guy with the same nose and big ears, but otherwise they don’t look that much alike. This is the guy you have been looking at for the past thirty years. Which means Hawking might not have written A Brief History of Time, which came out in 1988. I haven’t pinpointed the date, but that was about the time they made the switch. My current guess is early 80’s, which—if true—would mean that book was a forgery.
You will say, “That is just a younger Hawking, before he lost those lower teeth.” No, it isn’t. I just showed you the younger Hawking, and he didn’t look like that. Compare them side by side.
Besides, the first picture is Hawking from the 1970’s. The second is Hawking from the 1990’s. Amazing that he aged 20 years with a debilitating disease and got younger looking at the same time, isn’t it?
Hawking was still looking young in 2007, when he went aboard the ZeroG Plane:
See how it says “zero g” on his shirt? That is from when he went up in the plane, which was in 2007. He was supposed to be 65 in 2007. Looks great for 65, eh? Unfortunately, he already looked older than that in 1982, 25 years earlier:
His face also got shorter. Normally your face will get longer as you age, not shorter.
Here is a more recent photo of the impostor:
Again, the teeth are the clue. This may be the same guy as our blonde impostor, but it certainly isn’t Stephen Hawking. Go back to the earlier photos. Those four lower teeth were supposed to be gone decades ago, filed down to filling nubs. Are we supposed to believe they regrew? Do those look like caps or dentures to you? Would you pay a dentist to replace your teeth with those? No, we are supposed to believe that is what he has left of his real teeth, obviously. But I have just shown you why that cannot be the case.
Here is a photo I found of the blonde impostor where is it really easy to see he isn’t Hawking:
(Continue reading at MilesMathis.com)
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