Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
3 years ago
1,330 posts

Hi EA,

You will laugh, but my first impression was to sing "It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood", since this guy reminds me so much of Mr. Rogers. All he needs is a cardigan sweater, lol.

However, I feel his personality is not at all like Mr. Rogers.

Obviously, he is somewhere in Asia. I hear Burma and Thailand or very nearby.

I am getting scientist doing research.

Naughty scientist! One of those who starts out convinced he is right and attempts to bend the research to come up with the conclusion he wants.

I am seeing a picture of Monsatan's golden rice in my mind, which is enriched with vitamin A to prevent blindness, along with all those nasty chemicals.

Could he have done research on increasing nutrition in plants? Back then, it would have been hybridization, not GMO, thank goodness.

I don't see a wife or kids at this point in his life. He is a workaholic, dedicated to proving his thesis correct.

I may be way off, since you say he influenced your life, and you are in the same professional field as I am, and it is not science, but this is what I am getting. So, if I bomb, I bomb big, lol.

Foes were other scientists who disliked his arrogant assumption that he was always right. I don't think he had Asperger's, but I think he was otherwise a lot like Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang.

What may be an orb between him and the woman I feel is protecting the woman from him and his intrusive, controlling attitude.

If I'm way off, I'm going with the story that I've picked up on the oxen instead, and he is the one who is overbearing, lol. I don't blame him, with people riding around on him all day :-)

C.Cat

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
927 posts
Wow, I saw a flash of happy and heard in a British accent "jolly good old chap". I see a jokester, merry old soul but also a serious guy who cared deeply for his work. I feel a naturalist, some one who cared for the planet and the animals. @ work so gotta go.
Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
927 posts
I see lots of faces in this pic mostly animals like apes, a bison like and jungle critters. He tried hard to get his view across but felt frustrated at the recalcitrant opposition. He died thinking it was a waste but in reality it was not. I see him doing important research that was not taken seriously by his peers. That is it for now.
Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
3 years ago
1,330 posts

Was he trying to prove animal consciousness?

We're much more open to that now, esp. with dolphin research, etc., but back then, not so much.

He doesn't want to talk to me. Maybe he didn't like what I said about him earlier.

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
3 years ago
1,330 posts

Engineer or some kind of handling of a lot of data to come up with a testing system.

German ancestry.

Rigid ideas about how procedures should be followed.

Had a dim view of most of humanity (or else I'm just projecting my own, lol).

Fought depressive episodes all his life.

Felt alone in a crowd, as if nobody else had thoughts like him, had to try hard to fit in, but felt he was not fooling anyone and he stuck out like a sore thumb. Even the son he is holding took after his mother, not this guy.

I am hearing the name of someone prominent in parapsychology. I'll go look him up, but I am usually wrong when I get actual names on these picture readings. If, by some miracle I'm correct, I'll PM you the name.

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
3 years ago
1,330 posts

I was wrong about who I thought it might be, but I know I've seen that photo of him in the wide lapeled suit somewhere before. It's driving me bananas.

Have to get to work, but will let it fester in my mind awhile and try again.

C.Cat

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
927 posts
Don't go nuts Cat, I'm already nuts for both of us. I get data, number crunching big computers like they used to be. Presence behind on his right watching making sure he doesn't stray too much. He also was not close to the kid. Always in his head churning data. I wonder if he ever slept a full night?
Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
3 years ago
1,330 posts

Well, Paul, it looks like we're on the same track with all that data. Wish I could figure out what kind of data it is.

As someone who hasn't slept more than 2 hrs. at a time for 29 years now, you've almost made me feel sorry for him.....almost but not quite. There's something about him I just don't like.

C. Cat

Reckless
Reckless
@reckless
3 years ago
123 posts
Its usually hard for me to read others. I always see the good in them. I'll take a shot at it tho...I see a man that is happy in many walks of life. Successful in his careers and relationships. He was always well prepared or seemed that way for majority occassions. Not the powerful type. Very intelligent, maybe he could sway you with how well he speaks.Maybe he had too many friends to count but he prefers his own company. More than likely envied. He seems kind but I don't know. Maybe he is kind to match his personality or for something else.
Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
3 years ago
1,330 posts

KK,

Thanks to that giant clue from your navy recruiter (!), I've now found him too. I'd say we all did pretty well.

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
3 years ago
1,330 posts

Welcome Daniel! :-)

We are very glad to have you in the group. The whole purpose of doing these is to improve our ability at reading others, so you came to the right place. This is not a competition, so please stay and have some fun with us. I can tell you it does work and vastly improves reading ability if you stick with it, or at least it has for me.

Krosskelt has just solved this one (see 2 posts above yours), but please do stick around for the official reveal by the host for this picture, Equus Aquarius, who is at work now, but should be along later.

If you go back to the start of this exercise, or any of the previous ones, and read all the posts in order, you'll see how we got to the end point of solving it.

Cheshire Cat

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
927 posts

More here, get an off world connection to the others. His job was to come in do his thing, which I have no clue, and get out. I don't get a dislike but I don't get a like. he is neutral to me.

Paul
Paul
@paul
3 years ago
927 posts

Yes, very good choice here. I like scientific types. Now, WHO IS NEXT?!

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
3 years ago
1,330 posts

Hi Krosskelt,

Until you posted, I was stuck with scientist, engineer, and lots of data, but couldn't get a clue as to what profession the data was from. After you said nuclear engineering, I just Googled "photos of famous nuclear engineers", and half way down the page of photos I found a picture of him on the cover of Time magazine. A bit quicker that way. :-)

C.Cat

Thanks to Equus Aquarius for the interesting choice!

Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
3 years ago
1,330 posts

Engageme,

Glad to have you in the group....keep trying! Practice is how we've all improved and we all bomb sometimes.

The next one is solved too, but you can still try you hand at it, esp. if you don't recognize who he is.

C. Cat

Rene''
Rene''
@rene
3 years ago
1,195 posts
I feel the emotions of the animal.

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