The relation of hair whorls to brain development

Discussion in 'Biology & Genetics' started by maxg, Sep 15, 2007.

  1. sideshowbob Sorry, wrong number. Valued Senior Member

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    Maybe it's like the mark of Cain. Maybe it means, "Don't hire this guy as a pilot!"
     
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  3. razaziem Registered Member

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    This is just another proof of stupid americans. You can check the guy's profile and it says somewhere near DC. I didnt aware of DC in Malaysia hahaha
     
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  5. razaziem Registered Member

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    Whatever you said Im still flying and making money.
     
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  7. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    Well let me be the first to welcome you to the forum. Based on your first couple of posts you seem like a swell guy.
     
  8. divaneto Registered Member

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    My mother hated me too or she just
     
  9. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    Welcome. That is a rather awkward first post.
     
  10. divaneto Registered Member

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    Hello,
    same thing here. I never understood why my mother hates me or doesn't care about me. And yes I have the two whorls on my head. I know I was diagnosed with HYPOCHONDRIA when I was little, I saw the medical record. I come from communistic country. There was no acknowledgement, it's now when I realize I had dyslexia back then and now, they did not recognize the condition there and then. Yes I had a lot of problems to learn how to read, teachers dictating texts was a hell. But I coped so we are, survival material. But now I can read in diagonal (scanning) . I'm an empath, i'm above average on iq tests. I can read people and I can read nature. I used to spend hours in gazing insects or plants.

    lo
     
  11. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    Hi Damien!
    I always wear a hat...I come from the city of the greatest Olympic games ever...very sunny.
    Don't need to. I have a big fat bald spot right in the middle.
    My wife likes rubbing my bald spot.
    I'm happy being bald and having the wife give it a rub on occasions.
     
  12. schelby3 Registered Member

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    I have 4 to 6 cow licks and am also an empath. Im above average at what i am passionate about, but I wanted to see what others say about them because i thought it should mean something. Two of them are set between my eye and temples on my hairline then two on my neck, all 4 opposing. then the 5th is at the top left peak of my head, my hair is so long that im not sure if there is a 6 or 7 th, or if that one is just big at the top and heavy to my left side.
     
  13. zgmc Registered Senior Member

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    OMG. I think you might be the chosen one! We have been waiting for so long.

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  14. Billiams Registered Member

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    Yea I'm 22 and have 2 crowns and both winding opposites, I started walking at around 10 months and talking at 12 - 14 months, I could count into the thousands at age 3 - 4, multi talented, Grew up using both sides but now prefer my right hand, probably adverage in English but I also heritage from a communistic country, all my senses and body systems are better than adverage, I also heal very quickly from cuts and bruising, I never hurt a muscle or broken a bone when I defs should have (like once I was climbing these logs some fireman were planning on burning, anyways I fell off this log cliff 12 - 15 meters onto a big round log that jammed in my solar plexus, needless to say I was quite shocked) so I don't agree on double crowns causing anything todo with dislexia or late development, although my little brother is an autistic genius with a single crown. I do although beleive it could be signs of a phycological condition as I'm very different, I'm abit further ahead then most people so I day dream a lot and speak to my self and what not (no, no one speaks back) although my conscience seems to be a very logical and smart guy, But yea normal as fk my mind either very lazy or achieving MAC2. Soo everything's pretty much adverage or better, but my noticeable talents are memory and adaption (even with zero initiative). But I take it that's what you guys mean by empath's, yeah? Or do you mean when you can sense someone's mood or emotional bearings... The word for the feeling would be "Vibrations"

    Sorry if it sound like bragging but two crowns shouldn't effect your infants in any negative way, just give them tit-tit milk and they'll grow up smart and strong.

    My mother also hates me.
     
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    I have 3 whorls, two on the crown and 1 on the forehead.i was born with all 3 and am wondering why. My mother only has 2.
     
  16. Wendy Roberts Registered Member

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    I was born with 3 hair crowns.
     
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  17. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    This thread reminds me of a light attracting moths. For some reason it seems to magnetically attract people from all over the internet, who feel obliged to come here and either (a) tell their life story (including hair-whorl details), or (b) post a one-liner, usually about how much their mother hates them.

    I must admit I can't wait for the next installment. Fascinating!
     
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  18. Miri Registered Member

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    My Son has 2 hair whorls on top of each of his eyebrows and of course the one on his head.
     
  19. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    So what?
     
  20. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    I get the feeling that most, if not all, of the drive-by posters to this thread are the same person - or maybe one or two people who know one another.
     
  21. Nelson A Hart Registered Member

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    Hello. Haven't read all comments but I'm proud to throw it out here....I have 3 of these so-called cowlicks.
     
  22. Nelson A Hart Registered Member

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    I DO TOO...........
     
  23. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    I have a freckle on my arm.
     

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