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posted on Dec, 21 2012 @ 12:58 AM
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Originally posted by Trexter Ziam
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Genetic! Bummer! Mine is back-spooned. Hope I'm not related to the OP's list of perps, peeps and ahem.



Yep. There are a lot of interesting physical quirks like this that are inherited through recessive/ dominant genes.

Just to list a few: widow's peak, tongue folding, continuous earlobe etc,
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posted on Dec, 21 2012 @ 01:00 AM
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Interesting. I know Richard Dean Anderson aka Jack O'Neill from Stargate Sg1 has odd thumbs.

Maybe there is something to this? O'neill better not be a reptilian!



posted on Dec, 21 2012 @ 01:04 AM
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Like this? Its hitchhikers thumb.... not reptillianism.

i247.photobucket.com...



posted on Dec, 21 2012 @ 01:06 AM
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Originally posted by NarcolepticBuddha
... lot of interesting physical quirks like this that are inherited through recessive/ dominant genes.

Just to list a few: widow's peak, tongue folding, continuous earlobe etc,


Widow's peak - check.
Tongue-Rolling - negative
Continuous earlobe - no idea what that is. Google/Wiki here I come.

Mom can wiggle her earlobes and nostrils - does that count? She does "bunny rabbit" faces. If those are inherited traits, then she's right! I'm NOT her child afterall.


Edit: Earlobe stuff - udel.edu... "allels" rather than genes.
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posted on Dec, 21 2012 @ 01:10 AM
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Originally posted by Trexter Ziam

Originally posted by NarcolepticBuddha
... lot of interesting physical quirks like this that are inherited through recessive/ dominant genes.

Just to list a few: widow's peak, tongue folding, continuous earlobe etc,


Mom can wiggle her earlobes and nostrils - does that count? She does "bunny rabbit" faces. If those are inherited traits, then she's right! I'm NOT her child afterall.
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HERE! Here's all you need to know about it: scidiv.bellevuecollege.edu... consult this before you try to bag your next reptiloid

Haha. I'm not sure about the bunny rabbit facial expression gene. We didn't cover that one in class
There are some interesting inherited features though. I remember one (can't remember what it's called!) where you close your eyes and clasp your hands together. There is a gene that determines which thumb (left or right hand thumb) is placed on top. It actually isn't always the dominant hand as one might expect...like, it's more comfortable to put one thumb over the other when you interlock your fingers, and more difficult to do it the other way around.


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posted on Dec, 21 2012 @ 01:26 AM
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Yep, I was SWITCHED - :lol

Dad Colour-blind, Mom Rh-, me neither of those.
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posted on Dec, 21 2012 @ 01:32 AM
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You have awesome thumbs!


I have double jointed thumbs on the next joint down but not on the top ones.

Thumbs are odd lol.



posted on Dec, 21 2012 @ 01:50 AM
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It must be related to being double-jointed. I also have hitchhiker's thumb which I only just now learned there is a name for.

But, what this reminded me of is something that used to bug me. There was a commercial for a spray of some sort. The person who adverted the product would press the can nozzle bending her index finger to a perfect
90 degree angle without bending the top joint.

At first I couldn't replicate the move. And everytime the commercial would air, I would see that finger and try again. Eventually, I trained myself to bend my index figer rigidly to bend in a straight 90 degree.

Not sure what this has to do with anything but all this discussion reminded me of it again.

Try it yourself.



posted on Dec, 21 2012 @ 06:20 PM
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My specialist says Double jointedness is actually a form of Hypermobility or Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, which my whole family has inherited. It is a dominant gene, if one has it, all children get it to certain degrees based on nutrition in the womb (and further on in life).

It actually goes right back to Benjamin and his dad Jacob when he was in a fight with an angel. The angel after wrestling with the stubborn Jacob, struck Jacob on his femur/hip joint. All Jews will not eat that part of an animal as a sign of remembrance. (He got his DNA mutated.)

It has turned into a curse for many EDS sufferers but it was meant as a blessing.
The Benjamin tribe have some rather good attributes-they are mostly ambidextrous (When their archery arm would get tired they just swapped to the other arm. They can continue the fight longer.) I have done archery and I am ambidextrous.
They can drink twice as much as the other tribes, before getting drunk. This trait is in my family too.lol.
They can build their muscles up in half the time needed, than other people.

The curse is that they need high amounts of minerals and vitamins just to stay in good health.
If they don't get enough Vitamin E the whites of their eyes get a blue tinge.
If they don't get enough Magnesium or Vitamin C, the tendons get very elastic and the muscles become torn more easily. So their bodies need more protein than other people.
LAck of Vitamin C causes their skin ot scar very easily-this is what Herodotus noted about the Scythians.

The interesting thing is that the Benjamin tribe stayed with the Judah tribe after the Diaspora and intermarried, after they had been allowed to.
So this layman's 'double jointedness' symptom proves that these people in power are Judah/Benjamin, as this EDS then passed to the Judah tribe members. I get it through the Romany gypsy bloodline, who are realising they are Hebrews. Benjamin/Jews.

We were told by our Specialist that many people who are top in their field involving the body, are EDS sufferers, ie. dancers, cyclist, gymnastics, athletes.

So the thumbs thing doesn't mean another species, it actually proves the Bible though.


Saying that, the photo on this thread shows a man with a Simian line on his palm though. This may mean he has a chromosome problem and should go to a Geneticist, as most Down's syndrome have this symptom.
(I studied Palm reading to see if there was any truth in it. Yes and no. It demonstrates the body's DNA, like a monitor does for a computer.)

I did a goggle for Simian line and in this website; handanalysisonline.com...
It mentions Simian lines. Tony Blair has Simian lines and I bet a lot of the people inpower have them too.

I don't think that the person on the above website realised what he said-Hiliary's hands keep changing-this means she has a clone, as palm prints can't change that dramatically.

I wonder if anyone has bothered to do a comparison of TPTB palm prints to their own and see if that Simian line pops up more than the norm?



posted on Dec, 23 2012 @ 05:33 PM
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i agree pelosi , and obama cant be human & cant be trusted , not to be political , just the feeling i get when i see them , james carvel is definitely an alien



posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 07:25 PM
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They have lots of practice with their Illuminati secret handshakes. Those thumbs are designed for grabbing knuckles. It could also be a family lineage trait that goes through English lines.





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