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Re: trying to identify (fingerprints)

Post  jeanette on Sat Sep 04, 2010 1:33 pm

Hi Martijin,
I see where you have marked. Are the drawn examples a bigger example of that small triangle you have marked off. Anyway I have look at my thumbs and I only see one triradius, so they must be loops, as the loop only has one. I think I am learning. Thanks.
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Post  Martijn (admin) on Sat Sep 04, 2010 2:07 pm

jeanette wrote:Hi Martijin,
I see where you have marked. Are the drawn examples a bigger example of that small triangle you have marked off. Anyway I have look at my thumbs and I only see one triradius, so they must be loops, as the loop only has one. I think I am learning. Thanks.
Jeanette.

Wow... Jeanette, I think you've found the triradius in your thumb fingerprint(s)!

That's for sure a milestone!!


You know, many hand readers... even some of them who call themselves 'very experienced'... are probably not even aware of the importance of their triradii!


Regarding your question... yes, I can confirm: the five examples in the drawn picture (see below again) are each an example of how a triradius may look like!

From these examples you should only conclude that triradii can manifest in very different shapes. And from the last 2 examples you can notice that while they don't display a meeting of 3 ridges lines in the center ... because of the alignment of the surrounding ridge lines - in the shape of a piramide - they also do represent a triradius!

I hope these details make sense for you now!?


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