The Seven Ways You Are Totally Unique.
Thumb and fingerprints were indelible ways to identify an individual for decades gone by. Then, iris scans are now the preferred mode, as technology catches up. This article by the BBC explores our physiological individuality and distinctiveness that separates us from each other in seven ways. Our ears and body odour, the way we walk and our waddling, the shape of our skull to the ridges in our fingernails. Even the pores on our noses are clearly identifiable. What else I wonder that differentiates us? Perhaps our blood chemistry and voice inflexions and a whole myriad of other physiognomical features, externally and internally. How do you principally recognise people? What do you look for?
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