» The questions were more rhetorical than inquisitive. At this point, I
» don’t really care what the responses are, since I likely won’t believe
» them anyway. ICX has really tanked on the credibility scale in my eyes.
» I mean, how in the hell do they explain showing all of those photos of
» wound healing and skin growth, etc., but no photos of HM if it really
» works??? The one close up photo they posted a while back (the circular
» one with the tattoo dots) is stupid. It really doesn’t show anything. I
» rank that photo up there with the shaky video of a supposed Big Foot
» that’s been played on t.v. for years by people who want you to believe
» that Big Foot really exists. What a joke.
Yes, that photo was posted on the Vavelta website. The document is signed by Paul Kemp himself. So it was not casual. The photos are not labelled, but you can see a before and after photo, with a lot of regrowth in the second. You see the fresh tatoo dots in the first one.
At first, I thought that Kemp had posted this photo to show us that TRC works, but he posted the photo in an “unoficial way” because the company policy was not to publish any photo. In a sense he has “filtering the photo to us” to tell us, “hey guys, have hope, this works.”
But now I am thinking why Kemp would post these photos IF TRC didn’t really work??? That would be very nasty of him, and totally unexpected.
Hey, I am going to include this question in the “Baldie42 list”.
And then going to bed.