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Post  Stijn on Sun Jul 05, 2015 12:15 pm

Hi Martijn

I like the PIC model, but i was wondering about a few things:
- according to your model number 101, there exist palms with no life line. I did not know this was possible, not to have a life line. Can you tell us more about it, or you provide us with pictures?
- then could it not be possible for a hand with two complete transversal lines but no life line to occur? Could such a hand not exist, even if only "theoretically"?
- Can you give us a percentage of the people with lines according to all variants of the PIC model?
- Here is a suggestion. It would be nice if there was a webpage of celebrities' hands according to the PIC model. Of course we should focus on the rare lines (and not provide thousands of examples for 300 or 310). You already did so for the simian lines. Since you have a large database, it it possible to do this also for all other possibilities in the PIC model? We could update it continuously.
Let me provide the first ones:
321: Muhammad Ali
311 var a (Sydney crease): Michael Douglas

Do you know other celebrities with a Sydney crease?


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Re: Famous hands according to PIC

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun Jul 05, 2015 2:43 pm


Hi Scribbler, thanks for your feedback.

I will provide you some feedback on the points that you've made:


Scribbler wrote:Hi Martijn

I like the PIC model, but i was wondering about a few things:
- according to your model number 101, there exist palms with no life line. I did not know this was possible, not to have a head line. Can you tell us more about it, or you provide us with pictures?
- then could it not be possible for a hand with two complete transversal lines but no life line to occur? Could such a hand not exist, even if only "theoretically"?

In general, hands where the life line is missing are extremely rare (far less common than 0.1%); a missing life line usually only occurs in hands where the thumb is severely malformed.

Regarding 101, I have included that variant only to illustrate the principles used in the PIC model. And yes, you are right that a hand can have two transversal lines without a life line - though by principle it would usually result in a constellation likewise to PIC variant 200 (featured with the lower crease progressing less towards the wrist and more towards the ulnar side of the hand).


Scribbler wrote:
- Can you give us a percentage of the people with lines according to all variants of the PIC model?

I have presented percentages for various populations inside this article (see the 3 tables at the bottom of the article):
http://www.handresearch.com/diagnostics/hand-line-studies-formations-in-lines.htm


Scribbler wrote:
- Here is a suggestion. It would be nice if there was a webpage of celebrities' hands according to the PIC model. Of course we should focus on the rare lines (and not provide thousands of examples for 300 or 310). You already did so for the simian lines. Since you have a large database, it it possible to do this also for all other possibilities in the PIC model? We could update it continuously.
Let me provide the first ones:
321: Muhammad Ali
311 var a (Sydney crease): Michael Douglas

Do you know other celebrities with a Sydney crease?

In this article I have presented a PIC analysis for a few celebrity hands (including Nelson Mandela, Michael Jackson, Barack Obama, Albert Einstein & Tony Blair):
http://www.handresearch.com/diagnostics/palmar-creases-hand-lines-pic-sic.htm


PS. You didn't specify which hands you assessed regarding Muhammad Ali & Michael Douglas, though I have the impression that your assessments were accurately made according the PIC model.  Thumbs up!

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Re: Famous hands according to PIC

Post  Stijn on Sun Jul 05, 2015 4:55 pm

Thank you for the reply.
In both the cases of Muhammad Ali and Michael Douglas, i was refering to their right hand. I am not sure what their left hands show.

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