I'm not sure if this is accurate or not, but I have a theory that might be helpful to some people. I believe that nature has a way of compelling us to find a partner and that there is a reason why we need partners. It's because everyone has two brain lobes that are "perfect" and two that are "flawed," and these vary from person to person. The curves in our second to fifth fingers signify this. Specifically, our index and middle fingers represent the frontal and parietal lobes, while our ring and pinky fingers represent the temporal occipital lobes. So if, for example, your index and ring fingers are curved, you might have some dysfunction in your frontal and parietal lobes. To compensate for these shortcomings, we naturally seek out someone with an opposite finger pattern to "complete" us. I've noticed that all of the people I've been attracted to or dated throughout my life have had a different finger pattern than mine. Perhaps this is why some relationships don't work out. By the way, if you want to share your unique finger combination, feel free to do so.
I'm not sure if this is accurate or not, but I have a theory that might be helpful to some people.
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Do you have a single shred of evidence to back up this outlandish claim?
OP here. I know it sounds simplistic and cringe as fuck and I never said it's a definitive fact or anything. It's just a theory a came up with, after studying 100s hands of famous and not so famous individuals and their behavioral tendencies. This topic isn't widely researched and I wasn't able to find much academic evidence, so take it with a grain of salt.
It's a hypothesis, and the fact that you can't correctly label what it is, should tell everyone that you are completely talking out of your ass.
>correlation =/= causation
You should start by learning this, because you're talking out your ass.
I spent weeks researching, although I don't have a ready paper yet. Yes, I'm aware correlations are not causations. I'm not implying there is only one way a brain lobe can be damaged. If this theory holds true, finger curves alone can be used as a indicators of which lobes might be affected, but not how they're affected.
based relentless intuitionist
unbased retarded empiricist
I think you are a gay
OP you have solved life.
All my fingers are entirely straight, I guess my brain is either perfectly fine or perfectly defective.
It can be tricky, but if you look more carefully, you will see that they aren't.
What if you have no disfunction and are in perfect parity among all lobes? Is this why I don't seek a partner? Because my IQ is too high?
That explains why people are getting dumber over the years. The smaetest ones can't bother making babies and intelligence is being weeded out from the species.
Everyone (literally) has two curved fingers.
No it is biological urge and impulse to procreate actually.
So what does my hand mean?
third and fifth. parietal and occipital. people with parietal lobe damage tend to have issues with their body image in some way, confuse left and right, hot and cold etc. and people with occipital lobe damage have harder time with identifying colors, faces, words. i don't know you, so i can't say for sure. you need to self reflect.
I would say this isn’t very accurate. The only thing I can say I relate to of those is confusing left and right. Hope that contributes to your theory.
bro shutup holy fuck
what does my fucked up hand mean
oversized knuckle on your second finger, but not curved, so your frontal lobe is probably fine. your third and five fingers are warped, signifying potential issues with the parietal and occipital lobe. again idk you personally, so I can't discuss any further. to others, lookout whenever your finger as a whole resembles a straight line or a curved line.