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Infolife - what is it?

"Infolife" this is hardware-software complex for biometric testing and determining human's aptitudes by fingerprints based on the science of dermatoglyphics.

What science dials with it?

Dermatoglyphics is the scientific study of skin patterns on human fingers. Experts call them "biological passport" or "inside-out human genome". This science is relatively young; it dates back to 1982, when one of the most original biologists of his day - Charles Darwin's cousin, Sir Francis Galton - published his presently classic work on fingerprints. You can learn more about dermatoglyphics here and here.

Who is the author of the development?

The author of hardware-software complex for biometric testing "Infolife" is Russian researcher Alexandr Zubarev, who has been studying the science of dermatoglyphics for over nine years. The hardware-software complex is certified by Novosibirsk Certification and Standardisation Centre, certificate № 0801911.

How it works?

The examination of fingerprints of elite athletes can show what skin patterns on their fingers predispose them to the development of certain physical qualities. For instance, it is necessary to find sportsmen with high capacity for sprint. This requires gathering a group of elite athletes and selecting a benchmark, which in this case is the time at a hundred-metre distance. Having tested this group we can choose a common characteristic which marks their abilities.

Further, this characteristic is checked on a random selection of people. If the characteristic is significant, it can be applied to determine the capacity for sprint. As skin patterns do not change during our lifetime, it is easy to determine the capacity for sprint even at an early age. Similarly, we can determine congenital diseases, behavioural patterns, physiology, specialised education, the best type of career and a suitable job.

The testing involves scanning all ten fingers. Data obtained during the scanning is sent to the server afterwards for processing. Subsequently, the result of the testing is provided. Each chart and graph in the program is confirmed by statistical research. The data provided reflects your innate potential.

There is a connection between the nature of skin pattern and the structure of nerve endings in fingertips. The more complex is the skin pattern of our fingers, the more complex is the structure of our nervous system and consequently the higher are our mental abilities. Conversely, the simpler is the skin pattern on our fingers, the simpler is the structure of the nervous system and consequently the higher are our physical abilities.

How accurate is this technique?

The accuracy of this technique varies from 92 to 99 per cent. Such a result has been achieved owing to the large number of people who were tested. More than 6000 people have been tested over the nine years of the development of the hardware-software complex. The research that has been conducted has allowed to achieve high precision.

On what are the results based?

The results are based solely on scientific approach. The hypothesis of the research is that within the bounds of body's integrity the nature of features of digital and palmar dermatoglyphics, as morphogenetic markers, presupposes establishing their connection with constitutional, physical and external peculiarities of a person, developing in ontogenesis under considerable influence of the environment.

The determination of the laws of the emergence of intersystem connections has made it possible to develop a system of criteria for prognostic evaluation of constitutional, physical and external features of a person, based on phenotypology of digital and palmar dermatoglyphics.

Do skin patterns change?

Skin patterns on fingertips do not change during our lifetime. They form in a foetus in the third or fifth month of pregnancy simultaneously with the endocrine and the nerve systems out of the same germ layers. Fingerprints serve as a genetic marker, which can easily be read, classified and analysed. But the way the innate abilities develop depends only upon you.

What is its practical application?

The technique can be used for professional orientation of schoolchildren and students, the selection of professional education for pupils, the determination of the type of career development for job seekers, the diagnostics of genetic diseases, psychological counselling and the determination of physiological characteristics.

 

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