Where do fingerprints come from?
According to medical research, fingerprints are created before birth. They are
formed during the fetal development stage between the 13th to 19th prenatal
Will fingerprints change?
No, our fingerprints are as invariable as they are unique. Between year 1626
and1690, Spanish Dr. Marcello Malphigi pioneered the scientific research on
fingerprints. He was also the first Professor or anatomy to utilise the
microscope to examine fingerprints and record them. In his research, he
discovered that individual fingerprints are unique. Later on, dermatoglyphic
experts proofed that fingerprints are not only unique, but invariable as well.
Currently, the invariability of fingerprints contributes greatly to criminal
investigation. Through fingerprints, law enforcers could identify perpetrators
with unequivocal accuracy.
What does I.P.A.T. tell us?
Currently, the major goal of I.P.A.T. is to determine an individual’s
innate characteristics (which includes personalities and performances).
Additionally, it reveals the innate learning styles, strengths and weaknesses.
I.P.A.T. is also involved in the medical field of research, such as Down
Syndrome, psychosis and bipolar disorder. These researches are conducted
systematically with sound scientific theories to produce accurate results.
Therefore, only professional practitioners can provide reliable information
On the other hand, some practitioners misused I.P.A.T. and conduct
fortune-telling instead of proper analysis. This practice is considered a faux
pas as I.P.A.T. is based on genetic research instead of baseless
predictions. Consumers are therefore reminded to exercise caution should they
encounter practitioners with questionable techniques.