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Racial Differences Found In Fingerprints


By Hunter Wallace

The Washington Post would probably dismiss this as yet another example of “scientific racism” creeping back into the mainstream:

“While they could not find any significant differences between men and women, they did find significant differences in the level two details of fingerprints between people of European and African descent.

Professor Ross, who worked on the project with student Nichole Fournier, said: ‘The Level 2 detail that was significant for ancestry was total bifurcations.

‘The frequency of total number of bifurcations differed significantly between groups with African Americans showing a higher frequency of this trait.’

This meant that black people tended to have around 5 per cent more bifurcations than those who were white. …”