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The 'Weird-Hand-Lines QUIZ' - part 2 (advanced)

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Re: The 'Weird-Hand-Lines QUIZ' - part 2 (advanced)

Post  Felicity Martin on Wed Nov 03, 2010 2:38 am

Sorry Martijn,

I slipped back to my days at University doing Genetics... so it was from a purely intellectual level asking whether any studies had looked into recessive genes or random mutations.
I would never allude to a sitter anything of that nature, as in most cases it simply is a statistical observation that a higher than expected frequency expected by chance occur in most conditions.
For instance the crease on the 2nd phalange of the thumb is one that I have, and I prefer to think it is in recognition of a block to my logical thinking process, as last time I looked in the mirror I didn't resemble someone with Pitt Rogers Dank Syndrome.
And the transverse hypothenar crease could be a manifestation of gout or rheumatism or in new age terms, one hellofa astral traveller rather than Coffin Lowry syndrome.

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Re: The 'Weird-Hand-Lines QUIZ' - part 2 (advanced)

Post  jeanette on Fri Mar 02, 2012 3:17 pm

Are all these lines accompanied by a separated head line.
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Re: The 'Weird-Hand-Lines QUIZ' - part 2 (advanced)

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun Mar 04, 2012 3:32 pm

jeanette wrote:Are all these lines accompanied by a separated head line.
Thanks,
Jeanette.

Hi Jeanette,

I am not sure what you have in mind, but I hope you understand that a simian line is never featured with a separate head line (therefore formally the answer to your question is for sure a: 'no').

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Re: The 'Weird-Hand-Lines QUIZ' - part 2 (advanced)

Post  jeanette on Sun Mar 04, 2012 4:40 pm

Thanks Martijin,
That is right was thinking about that.
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