Seems there might be some connection with your handedness and your hair whorl being clockwise/counterclockwise. More lefties - like myself - seem to have their hair whorls going in a counterclockwise direction....
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What Makes a Lefty: Myths and Mysteries Persist
By Corey Binns
21 March 2006
Can openers, scissors and spiral-bound notebooks discriminate against lefties. Despite such challenges, 10 to 12 percent of the human population has historically preferred the left hand.
Why doesn't the number ever waiver? Nobody knows for sure, but new research supports a body of evidence that suggests genetics have a hand in it all...............
In a twist on the genetic model, the gene for hand preference might also be the gene for hair whorl direction, the way a person's hair turns on the top of their head. Half of people with counterclockwise whorls prefer their left hand, according to research by Amar Klar at the National Cancer Institute....
One-half of people with counterclockwise whorls are left-handed, while only a small percentage of people with a clockwise whorl are left-handed.
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