What proof is there that no two fingerprints are the same?
They say no two organs are identical and yet we have identical twins.
As far as I know there is no absolute proof, for that we would need to compare the fingerprints of every human on the planet. However, out of all of the zillions of fingerprints that have been taken, it is said that there has never been identical prints from different people.
by ngureco 7 years ago
If You Were To Have Twins, Would You Prefer Them Be Identical Twins? Why?
by ngureco 7 years ago
Does The Law Allow Parents To Name Identical Twins With Identical Names? Hopefully, One Set Of...Documents Can Take Care Of Both Of Them.
by Jay Fiske 19 months ago
Why is cloning banned?
by Rob Welsh 6 years ago
What do you believe are the benefits and downsides to dating identical twins?Preferably from a humorous perspective.
by angels2tw 6 years ago
What happens when one identical twin is rejecting the other twin?The twins are 4 to five months old. All that we have heard is that one twin is rejecting the other. If anyone has any answers or can tell us what doctors do in this situation please let us know.
by writinginalaska 7 years ago
I've always heard that everyone in this world has at least one identical twin. So not counting blood or birth relations, do you believe you have a twin? Have you seen this person and did YOU think they looked like you?
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