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    Anthroposcopy. Pysiognomy. Eugenics.

    It's all very fascinating, but I wonder where the re-emergence of such things will lead?

    "The true genius shudders at incompleteness, preferring silence to everything that it should be." Edgar Allen Poe

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    The claim of this thread is ridiculous.

    Introvert right eye dominant what lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    The claim of this thread is ridiculous.

    Introvert right eye dominant what lol
    Gotta use your fantasy !
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    I cant do this because I can't close my right eye :/ I can barely close my left eye too, so it's kind of hard to see anyway/ I feel dumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geonat View Post
    I also found this by Lenore-Thomson:
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    Just so that you know, this isnt based on any evidence and all evidence we have about how brains work say that this is all wrong..
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    So whichever hand is your dominant hand, your opposite eyebrow is the one you raise? That would explain why most people tend to raise their left one.

    Anyway, here's an easy way to determine which is your dominant eye. A Neat Trick To Determine Your Dominant Eye - DIY Photography

    Most people are right-eye dominant, which, according to this theory, would mean that most people are introverts, which is not at all true.
    Funny, if I make a circle with my left hand and peak through it to see if the object moves, then my right eye is dominant. If I use my right hand to make the circle, then my left eye is "dominant" So which test/theory is the truth?

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    @chubber I think what you're supposed to do is make a triangle with both your thumbs and index fingers, and hold them out directly in front of you. I did it, and it worked. When I closed my right eye, the object within the triangle remained stationary, proving what I already knew -- that I'm left-eye dominant. But if you move your hands to the left or the right, it doesn't work.

    I'm sure there are other, more accurate ways to find your dominant eye. This is just a quick, basic test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    @chubber I think what you're supposed to do is make a triangle with both your thumbs and index fingers, and hold them out directly in front of you. I did it, and it worked. When I closed my right eye, the object within the triangle remained stationary, proving what I already knew -- that I'm left-eye dominant. But if you move your hands to the left or the right, it doesn't work.

    I'm sure there are other, more accurate ways to find your dominant eye. This is just a quick, basic test.
    What I am getting at is, if you place your right hand first to form your triangle (as in pushing out), it will most likely be your left eye, where the object will not move. I placed my left hand first and my right eye was the one where the object didn't move.

    If I move both hands at the same time to form the triangle, the object moves for both eyes.


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