What ever the Truth Commission says, rest assured the truth is a mystery and invention of mankind but nobody can hide behind a tooth.
It remains for ages revealing the telltale story of a the truth and the origin of mammals and mankind and their evolution.
It is so hard it is very difficult to burn or hide the truth it reveals.
What a bite it has in forensic medicine.
This is not about the evolution but something else.
This is about the amalgam and the dentist who uses the amalgam to add extra weight and worth to the this historical object.
It is the truth about the tooth and how to become rich in spite the decaying and age.
Can you ever become a friend of a dentist and get him to reveal the truth behind the amalgam?
Especially the that one crafted with gold (teeth).
I guess, you would not.
They will never reveal the truth about the amalgam they use but they will always reveal the truth about the tooth that it needs attention of some sort.
But I will reveal the truth about the amalgam if not the tooth since the the pathologists job is to get to the bottom of the tooth and truth.
I will tell you how many grams or gains of gold and how much of other metals in the amalgam.
But there is a problem with that approach.
One has to die and one has to collect the tooth at the time of postmortem and one cannot neither recover the gold nor the money nor the prestige lost during the procedure both in life and after death.
We chop everything to pieces and only very tiny pieces we can examine.
I can tell you how tiny was the element gold in comparison to the price you paid for the filling.
You may say why not do a X-ray and estimate the real value of gold but it cannot be done that way.
It will only show a a shadow of the metal implantation and it cannot tell what metal it is exactly.
The dentist will never tell you but he will give you the exact charge of the procedure and no money back guarantee or the gold cannot be exchanged at the bullion.
One cannot do that in any case after death and now it is a museum specimen of the pathologist to tell your telltale story of the tooth to others not yet done the honours for the pathologist to step in.
The tooth, the whole tooth, nothing but the whole tooth, is the story behind the gold, the other elements in the amalgam and the tooth and and nothing but truth.