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Johnny Depp

Good Genes or Good Docs?

11/14/2009 8:14 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Looking as good as Johnny Depp is better than finding Neverland.

Johnny Depp
Here's the 25-year-old back in 1988 (left) -- and 21 years later, the 46-year-old version in London earlier this year (right).

Go, Johnny, go.

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Rosangela    

Ele é incrivelmente lindo e talentoso.
Sou apaixonada pelo Johnny Depp desde o filme Edward Mão de Tesoura, o outros filmes só reafirmaram o seu grande talento.
I LOVE YOU!

1742 days ago
2.

anaschild    

Yes he is definitely got good genes, hes Cherokee, and Native Americans age well, as do, Latinos, Middle Eastern, and Asian to name a few, I've noticed, its something in the skin makeup, they do not 'wrinkle' as easy as the light-skinned, blue eyed people.

1712 days ago
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Tammy L.M.    

You want us to vote or not TMZ? Put the voting link up.

1751 days ago
4.

Mary (sooo afraid of flying!) in Hunt. Bch    

Does it really matter HOW he maintains his amazing looks??? Thanks for the eye-candy of my FAVORITE actor...you made my day!

1751 days ago
5.

hahahaha!    

Good Genes, but where it the voting box?

1751 days ago
6.

um...    

good everything!

1751 days ago
7.

Belladonna    

ha, i like that you don't even need the voting box. its good genes obviously... but either way, my GOD he is beautiful!!

1751 days ago
8.

RUSTY    

Well chalk one up for smoking and drinking

1751 days ago
9.

why?    

CRACKERS!

1751 days ago
10.

balls    

balls

1751 days ago
11.

balls    

EAR

The ear is the organ that detects sound. The vertebrate ear shows a common biology from fish to humans, with variations in structure according to order and species. It not only acts as a receiver for sound, but plays a major role in the sense of balance and body position. The ear is part of the auditory system.

The word "ear" may be used correctly to describe the entire organ or just the visible portion. In most animals, the visible ear is a flap of tissue that is also called the pinna. The pinna may be all that shows of the ear, but it serves only the first of many steps in hearing and plays no role in the sense of balance. In people, the pinna is often called the auricle. Vertebrates have a pair of ears, placed symmetrically on opposite sides of the head. This arrangement aids in the ability to localize sound sources.

The outer part of the ear collects sound. That sound pressure is amplified through the middle portion of the ear and, in land animals, passed from the medium of air into a liquid medium. The change from air to liquid occurs because air surrounds the head and is contained in the ear canal and middle ear, but not in the inner ear. The inner ear is hollow, embedded in the temporal bone, the densest bone of the body. The hollow channels of the inner ear are filled with liquid, and contain a sensory epithelium that is studded with hair cells. The microscopic "hairs" of these cells are structural protein filaments that project out into the fluid. The hair cells are mechanoreceptors that release a chemical neurotransmitter when stimulated. Sound waves moving through fluid push the filaments; if the filaments bend over enough it causes the hair cells to fire. In this way sound waves are transformed into nerve impulses. In vision, the rods and cones of the retina play a similar role with light as the hair cells do with sound. The nerve impulses travel from the left and right ears through the eighth cranial nerve to both sides of the brain stem and up to the portion of the cerebral cortex dedicated to sound. This auditory part of the cerebral cortex is in the temporal lobe.

1751 days ago
12.

Seacrest is a Shorty    

good genes....

1751 days ago
13.

Noneya    

What a breathtaking sight to see. He is so gorgeous. Thank you, TMZ.

1751 days ago
14.

Kayan Phoenix    

its the native in him :D .. we age well :D hehe

1751 days ago
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blues fan    

Good genes -- he is one gorgeous man, and a very talented actor as well.

1751 days ago
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