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 What are your fingerprint patterns?
I have mostly ulnar loops. (68 votes)
70.10%
I have mostly whorls. (23 votes)
23.71%
I have mostly arches. (6 votes)
6.19%
97 Votes Total Last vote Friday, April 18, 2014, 2:31pm by LisaS
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Lola
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Radial loops are not
that common, but do occur on the index finger of some people.

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Caucasians
have more radial loops than the other groups.

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Blood group O appears to have a higher incidence of loops when
compared to blood group A.

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radial loops tend to be more common on the right hand and ulnar loops on the left.


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Bile duct atresia (closure) Arches and radial loops were seen more frequently than the normal distribution on thumb, ring and little fingers

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Breast cancer patients had a significant excess of radial loops on the
left hand.

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Depression, bipolar Radial loops greatly elevated

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Developmental/behavioral problems
Intellectual disability (IQ <70) showed more arches, the simplest
fingerprint pattern, and more radial loops, an unusual pattern.
Significant decrease in a-b ridge count.

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Polycystic ovary syndrome Significantly low total ridge count.
Significantly low inter digital ridge count.
Frequent radial loops.

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Easy E
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Ee Dan
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I checked out my toeprints too.  All loops, except one whorl on right foot ring toe and one arch on left foot on pinky toe.

I have no arches on my hands, all loops on left and two whorls on right.

I also am mostly ambidextrous and do many things with either hand easily.

My right i use in sports a lot better than my left, but my left is more dextrous and has more fine motor skills.

I write left handed, but could probably learn with my right in a few weeks.  Its just a bit rough and a little slower.  

I must have have a time in the womb!  She is O+ and i'm pretty sure a hunter, so it prob was a somewhat harsh environment for me as an A+.

It would be cool to be able to meet Dr. D one day and have him do an eval.  It would be interesting.
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Lin
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4 - ulnar loops Thumbs and Index
2 - radial loop (ring/pinkie) they are hard to read and look like the may have a tiny 2 - either ulnar or tiny whorl on other ring/pinkie
1 - Arch

My fingerprints on the pinkie and ring fingers are very hard to read, veriticals and low ridges.  Other fingers have improved, perhaps these will.
I need to be consistent with the deflect.


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amazing, good post lola, and not why no link?


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This is quite disconcerting for me.  I just ordered swami & tried doing my fingerprints @ work w/ an ink pad & can't really figure out what it looks like.  Are the examples in the book?
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Lola
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yes, get one
page 71

The GenoType Diet: Determining Fingerprint Patterns
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxOYlHjK11A&feature=related


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kauaian
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Thanks my dear, I emailed link to my home.  I am excited to get started am @ work now
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My Swami said my fingerprint patterns were one of the reasons it chose explorer.
All ulnar loops with the exception of left index finger, an arch.
Anyone else have 9 of the same pattern?


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Yes, Cajun.  I have 9 ulnars and a radial on my right index finger.  Mismatched thumb prints or mismatched index prints are a key indication of Explorer.  It almost might be a datum that over-rides the Genotype calculation.


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I have on each hand...

D1 Whorl
D2 Whorl
D3 Ulnar Loop
D4 Whorl
D5 Ulnar Loop

That is six whorls and four ulnar loops.  Some of my fingers were extremely hard to read because of white lines.  But that's as best as I could see them, so that's what I put in my SWAMI.  According to SWAMI's 2nd pass:  "Ridge patterns asymmetrical to blood group /Characteristic of Explorer."  Whatever that means.  I'm going to take my fingerprints again soon and see if they have improved at all, just to make sure I've got them right.
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On my right ring finger I've got an ulnar loop with a whorl in the middle. I guess I should submit that into SWAMI as a 'composite' print right?

I'm an A+ explorer btw
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Damon, what you describe "ulnar loop with whorl in middle" is what I think I have on both ring fingers.  There is a message link somewhere to say this is in fact a peacock whorl - think Lola noted it - and it should be recorded as a whorl.


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Lola
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''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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On each hand I have:

D1 Ulnar loop
D2 Double loop whorl
D3 Ulnar loop
D4 Central pocket whorl
D5 Ulnar loop

Don't know what that means in terms of health risks, but it's nice and symmetrical at least


Me A+, my son O+, my other half O+
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Five ulnar loops, 1 arch, Either two radial loops on ring fingers or possibly peacock whorl --hoping in time this will be more clear.  Pinkie fingers could be ulnar and radial loop but rather messed up with lines...hoping deflect and time will make the ring/pinkie finger prints clearer.


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cajun
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I just read on another thread something about ulnar loops being common in Nomads and that they are an indicator of alzhiemers.
Can anyone confirm this?
I was happy to know that as an A I don't have any whorls which denote cancer but now I am concerned about my nine ulnar loops and alzhiemers.


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This is the article generally cited for the assertion that ulnar loops are correlated with Alzheimers:

http://archneur.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/abstract/42/1/50

The above article does not show this, but some later work suggests that ulnar loops are associated with early onset Alzheimers but not with late onset Alzheimers.


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Thank you for the info, C Sharp!
OK......now what should I add to my diet to fend off this ugly foe????


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Very interesting but disturbing.


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Minimal White Lines

Left                              Right
T Ulnar Loop                      T Ulnar Looping Whorl (peacock whorl without eye)                  
I Radial Loop                     I Radial Loop
M minimal Ulnar Loop (tent arch like)     M minimal Ulnar Loop (tent arch like)
R Ulnar Loop                      R Ulnar Loop
L Ulnar Loop                      L Ulnar Loop

Whatcha think?


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Left:
D1 - ulnar
D2 - composite (tented arch & radial loop...it's ugly)
D3 - tented arch
D4 - ulnar
D5 - ulnar

Right:
D1 - ulnar
D2 - radial
D3 - tented arch
D4 - ulnar
D5 - ulnar

and all shot thru with white lines no surprises there!


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All my fingers are Ulnar Loops except my left D4 which is a Tented Arch
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Left:
D1 - whorl
D2 - whorl
D3 - ulnar loop
D4 - whorl
D5 - ulnar loop

Right:
D1 - whorl
D2 - whorl
D3 - radial loop
D4 - whorl
D5 - whorl


I have white lines as well. I did this a while back. Will try it again. Was not aware it could change with improvement in health. Interesting.


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hi all , i have 7 whorls and o +ve. i too got a bit concerned after reading this article abt 6 or more whorls linked to breast cancer ..so just googled and tried to get more info on this. guys i just saw 2 articles on the net one by seltzer and team published in 1990 and another by P.E. Natekar and team published in 2007. From my analysis of both the papers it appears as if Natekar's study was more comprehensive and was done on more number of patients. As per Natekar's paper it seems Analysis shows that presence of >6
whorls is  significantly associated negatively
with carcinoma of breast (χ2 =16.61, d f=1, p<0.01).
It appears that >6 whorls have a protective effect
for carcinoma of breast. (OR=0.1319, 95% C.I. =
0.035-0.49). please check this article in the link below..hmm hope this will help people with more than 6 whorls relax

by http://www.krepublishers.com/0.....Natekar-P-E-Text.pdf
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Lola
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is that article BT  specific or one size fit all?

http://www.dadamo.com/media/predict_fingerprints.html
this one is more accurate


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