Hair Clippings, 12/24/2009, High-Resolution Photo, Month 32 of 76,
Age 60.6387 > 44.136 = Model Age.
(1.8 MPixels, Best Res (3:2) aspect ratio,
about 1643 x 1095 pixels, cropped down, rotated 90 degrees.)
Nape of Neck
Center of the Head
Below the Forelock,
Above the Crown.
Above the Left Ear.
Behind the Left Ear
Above Right Ear.
Behind Right Ear.
Behind the Crown,
on the Centerline.
Hair Patch Layout
End of Month 32 on Age Transformation Table,
Δt = 76 months (time to model age 25) at B = -5.2 years/year rejuvenation rate.
Chronological Age on Dec 31, 2009: 60.63187 years,
Model Age (B = +1.0, t0 = 57.967123) = 60.6387 years.
Model Age (B = -5.2, t0 = 57.967123) = 44.1361 years.
Model Age (B = -9.0, t0 = 57.967123) = 33.9671 years.
Model Age (B = -8.0, t0 = 57.967123) = 36.6231 years.
On the whole, my appearance is somewhat more grey than this photo of hair samples
suggests, especially when viewed dry. Bright white lights pick out grey hairs
when the hair is dry. These samples were all taken dry. However, grey
hairs do exist in the apparently black samples but could not be rendered accurately
by the photography process. Their existence is swamped out by neighboring black hairs.
As the photo suggests, I show more grey hairs at the temples than along the centerline
band. A little oil makes my hair look darker, and it looks best wet, just emerging from
Just before bedtime, dryed and viewed under bright lights, I still seem to appear
youthful in photo stills by comparison with
Jeanne Calment at 60,
Albert Einstein at 60,
or George Washington at 63.
Greying Reed Richards of
The Fantastic Four, perhaps, after a strict Epiphany diet next month.
"At least theoretically credible telomerase activation rejuvenation techniques may be attempted," I note,
confident that better results are just over the horizon.