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|Posted on Tuesday, December 04, 2007 - 06:31 am: ||
My fingerprints sometimes disappeared after doing the dishes for a few days. The dish detergent would dry my fingertips
|Posted on Friday, November 25, 2005 - 06:31 am: ||
Glue erasers to gloves. Wear the gloves temporarily.
|Posted on Wednesday, November 23, 2005 - 04:01 pm: ||
HOW CAN U ERASE UR FINGER PRINT TEMPORELY
|Posted on Saturday, May 21, 2005 - 05:36 pm: ||
There are several tools that can help in your pursuits. A chain saw will probably work wonders for you. It need not be sharp; in fact, a dull chain saw can probably be more effective as you drag your hand across the chain because it will rip the flesh off your hand instead of just nicely cutting off the outer layer of skin.
A jack-hammer would work, but I am afraid it would do too much damage to the bony structure of the hand.
You could soak your hands in sulfuric acid for a day, but again this could dissolve all but the bones and your hands would look like a skeleton with no muscles, which of course you will need when you go on to do whatever it is that you need to erase your fingerprints for.
Yeah... I would stick with the chain saw. And make sure to get the sides of all your fingers, and all the joints, and your palms... and you might as well hit the bottoms of your feet and your toes while you are at it, because all friction ridge skin is unique and can lead to personal identification. And take it down a good two millimeters into the dermis to make sure you get all the "roots".
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|Posted on Tuesday, May 17, 2005 - 07:56 am: ||
What can one use to change the root system of fingerprints or for scarring?
|Posted on Tuesday, May 17, 2005 - 07:54 am: ||
Can one deliberately delete his/her fingerprints from his/her fingers? Does any chemical or whatever exist to carry out this action of fingerprints deletion? Any useful suggestion would help. Thank you.
|Posted on Monday, January 10, 2005 - 07:49 pm: ||
Your question opens the door for several important concepts.
1) Fingerprint patterns and minutia don't change in their arrangements. The skin provides a growth template, like a root system, that keeps the detail the same year after year.
2) Fingerprints DO grow in size. Think of the difference in size of a fingerprint from a baby boy to a grown man. However, the pattern and arrangement of random detail don't change their relationships within the fingerprint. Only the size changes.
3) Scarring DOES change fingerprints, but it is permanent and it is unique. You may change the root system, but it will grow back in a new formation that won't change after that (unless scarred again)
4) some types of disease can damage fingerprints.
Hope this helps in your project.
|Posted on Monday, January 10, 2005 - 08:20 am: ||
Hi. I am doing a science fair for my fifth grade class on fingerprints. One question that I am to use on my poster is "Can fingerprints be changed? I have looked everywhere on line and it says they cannot but it doesn't say why. I am afraid that my teacher will think that isn't a good enough answer.