Wednesday, May 23, 2007

The Daily Mail proves itself to be at the forefront of scientific reporting with this story. Apparently:

“Parents can predict their children's exam performance simply by looking at their hands, according to research.”

Excellent. I look forward to their next science exclusive. Perhaps they will reveal that you can tell who is a criminal by look at their physical features. Or that you can ascertain whether someone is a witch by looking for witches’ marks. Whatever happens, I am sure we can rely on The Daily Mail to keep us up to date with ground breaking scientific breakthroughs.

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Blogger Fidothedog said...

Reminds me of those chaps who worked for the Nazi party and decided if someone was Arian by the shape of their skull.

Guess one of them is now a Daily Mail reporter no ze war is over.

5:25 AM  
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5:09 AM  

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