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Why Are People Left-Handed? [Biology]
posted April 24 2013 19:46.15 by Giorgos Lazaridis




And the answer is: No body knows! There are cases in which being left-handed could offer an opportunity that a right-handed would not have and opposite. Left handed people have a stable 10% among the populations, which is rather weird. This 10% is stable, so being left-handed is not an evolution nor a relic of the past which declines...



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