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A Handy History of Fingerprints Or Herschel’s ‘Weapon of Penetrating Certainty.’

I admit, I’ve been a little tricky with this title because this is not directly about who or which culture invented fingerprinting. The man I am about to introduce to you, fully acknowledges that the historic dilemma of, ‘who-when-where’ is … Continue reading

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