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The hands of Albert Einstein - person of the 20th century

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The hands of Albert Einstein - person of the 20th century

Post  Martijn (admin) on Tue Aug 24, 2010 1:09 am



In 2009 I introduced an article about the hands of Albert Einstein - was is regarded as one of the brightest minds in the history of human kind: his name became known as a synonym for the word 'genius'. In 1999 Time named him the person of the 20th century (ahead of the two runners-up: Mahatma Gandhi & Franklin D. Roosevelt).

The article includes some high quality versions of Albert Einstein's handprints + a few old photos displaying Einstein with his hands, see:

http://www.handresearch.com/news/handprints-the-hands-of-albert-einstein.htm


THE HANDS OF ALBERT EINSTEIN: AN OVERVIEW IN 5 STEPS

First, this review will describe why Albert Einstein became famous. Second, we'll find out what his hands reveal about his independent personality. Third, we'll discover two hand characteristics which can be related to the believes of UK researchers that Albert Einstein displayed signs of autism. Fourth, both hands reveal evidence that Einstein indeed had an inclination to left-handedness. And finally, I'll presents some other reviews of Albert Einstein's hands presented by some experienced hand experts.


• 1 - Who was Albert Einstein?
• 2 - The hands of Einstein & his independent personality!
• 3 - The hands of Einstein & his suspected autism
• 4 - The hands of Einstein & his presumed left-handedness</B>
• 5 - Professional hand readers about the hands of Einstein

Einstein's right hand:




Einstein's left hand:

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Remarkable!

Post  cshahar on Tue Aug 24, 2010 2:31 am

Thanks for posting these fascinating prints. I inverted the images in photoshop and the lines jumped right out at me. Looking at his left hand, what struck me immediately was the thick, dominant thumb, the dramatic fork in the head line, and the presence of a long hypothenar bar. In fact, I am not quite sure if I am making out two concurrent forks on the head line. The asymmetry between the two hands is absolutely amazing.

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Re: The hands of Albert Einstein - person of the 20th century

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sat Jul 14, 2012 1:31 pm



Oh...nooo! .... The photo above sort of proofs that Albert Einstein's handprints give an incorrect impression about his finger length.

Because, while the handprints suggest that Einstein had (abnormal) short finger length (relative to both palm length and palm width) - especially for his right hand... various photos of his right hand indicate that his finger length (relative to palm length) was actually slightly longer than average!

His right hand finger length relative to palm length was probably at most only slightly shorter than average.

(See also the photos below)


PS. The true length of the third finger in his right hand is probably up to about 3% longer than suggested by the hand print of his right hand; this is indirectly also indicated by the fact that in this hand print the distal phalange of the middle finger is actually shorter than the distal phalanges of the 2nd finger and 4th finger - which is a very unnatural characteristic, while the photos also proof that Albert Einstein's distal phalange of his right third finger has a normal length: much longer than the distal phalanges of his index finger and ring finger.

(And I observe the same problem regarding the handprint of his left hand, however, I have not been able to find a photo of his left hand)









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Re: The hands of Albert Einstein - person of the 20th century

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun May 26, 2013 12:18 am



The hand prints above concern another version of Albert Einstein's hand prints!

NOTICE: This is not the original of the 'dark' version... because we can see that the location of the written name is different.

(By the way, this 2nd version of Einstein's hand prints confirms that in the dark-version the finger lengths are not correct... especially not for the right hand)


PS. Both hand prints were made by the German palmist Marianne Raschig who spent 60 years taking more than 2,000 handprints of around 1,000 leading artists, actors, scientists, musicians and writers in Berlin.

On june 5 + 6, 2013 Raschig's hand print collection will be sold at Sotheby's in London; more details at:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2329653/Hands-knows-belongs-Fascinating-palm-prints-famous-names-1920s-including-Albert-Einstein-sale.html

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Re: The hands of Albert Einstein - person of the 20th century

Post  Lynn on Sun May 26, 2013 1:10 am

I was reading about Einstein's hands today on Patti's blog
http://www.ireadhands.com/blog/archives/941

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Re: The hands of Albert Einstein - person of the 20th century

Post  Martijn (admin) on Tue Jun 04, 2013 5:29 pm


Just found a high quality version of Albert Einstein's handprints at the Sotheby's website:






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Re: The hands of Albert Einstein - person of the 20th century

Post  Martijn (admin) on Wed Jun 05, 2013 5:16 pm


Einstein's hand prints were sold today at Sotheby's for the amount of 55.000 GPB (= 64.900 euros) [Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium]:
http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2013/music-continental-books-manuscripts/lot.348.html

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Great SCIENTISTS

Post  rajashri on Mon Aug 31, 2015 4:56 am

Hello Friends!
I did not know which section to post this to......Moderators may shift this wherever they please.
I wish we had more palms of Scientists for study.

The great scientist Stephan Hawking is a living example of how handicapped people can also be happy and successful.....( the movie made on his life story is great and is must watch!---"The Theory of Everything" )

Another scientist who was not handicapped but contributed to the world as a pioneer in the invention of computers. He is considered to be the father of computer Science and Artificial intelligence.----Alan Turing
Alan Turing also suffered a lot with personal inadequacies which did not fit in with the societal norms during his times. ( Movie made on his story---"Imitation Game"-must watch! )

I greatly respect all true Scientists who usually have suffered yet proved themselves to be successful.    
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