The 'Titanic' Theory

Several anomalies are drawn even after a lifetime of the ‘unsinkable’ Titanic, the world’s largest and the most luxurious ship of its times, that sank on its maiden voyage from Europe to New York in 1912. The extra-ordinary piece of technological marvel turned into an unprecedented disaster, as it hit the ice-berg, taking more than 1200 lives onboard.

From the surface, the ship missed the iceberg by all counts, but underneath, a protruding fragment of ice ripped a hole in the Titanic's hull.

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It was the misinterpretation or lack of understanding of the operating environment that caused the disaster.



As humans, we are conditioned to rely, focus and hone our acquired behavior and skill set - what we develop from our experiences since birth, which is largely influenced by Intellectual, Social and Cultural surroundings.

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Many imminent psychologists and researchers like Carl Jung, Howard Gardner, John Holland have understood the importance of what lies beneath the surface - innate tendencies, traits and naturally occurring potential zones due to genetic makeup and other internal factors.

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leads to a Productive frame of mind and reduced stress levels

  1. Effective absorption of information
  2. Clarity in thinking,
  3. Efficiency and longevity in execution – SIMPLIFIED LIFE

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Brain is divided into two parts, left and right

The brain is divided into two hemispheres, the left and the right brain connected in between by the Corpus Colossum.

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The two hemispheres are further divided into five lobes each

The major part of the brain called the cerebral cortex, is further divided into lobes, with each lobe primarily governing certain specific set of activities.

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Left brain governs the right half of the body and vice versa

There is a diagonal link between the hemisphere of the brain and the side of the body it is connected to.

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Humans operate in two environments. Ideally, 50:50 weightage – Internal & External

The internal environment is the naturally occurring individuality due to genetic and other internal factors during birth and external environment is external influences that are learned and acquired from surroundings and exposure.

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Each one’s brain has unique Neural pathways – Innate behavior & potential indicator

Internal environment, i.e., natural traits and preferences of the human can be derived from understanding the natural neural density and flow across each of the 10 lobes of the brain.

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Embryology perspective: The patterns on the finger tips get formed completely when the child is in the womb

The dermal ridges/patterns on the finger and toe tips, also known as Nerve End Points (NEPs) are completely formed when the foetus is 6 months old in the womb, during the prenatal stage.

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10 fingers of the hands : 10 lobes of the brain – Strong connection established (fundamental premise for the evolving Science of Dermatoglyphics)

Positive correlations between dermal ridges on finger tips (NEPs) and the 10 lobes of the brain established by various studies done under the evolving science of Dermatoglyphics.

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Application of Dermatoglyphics – For personal growth to path breaking findings in medical sciences:

Dermatoglyphics has been adopted by several dynamic & proactive institutes and organizations from various fields catering to different objectives, the underlying one being “understanding natural/genetic behavior, strengths and limitations of the people and catering to them accordingly for best results”.

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