7 Ways In Which You're Totally Unique

Everyone knows that if you can get a fingerprint or DNA evidence at a crime scene, you've come a long way toward identifying a suspect. These are totally unique to each individual. But according to a BBC Future report, there's a lot about you that isn't replicated by anyone else -- even it's not all useful in an investigation:

  1. Ears -- Forensic scientists can identify you by your ears with 99% accuracy
  2. Body Odor -- Yup, your smell is unique to you. I'm sure that's a good thing
  3. The Way You Sit -- Japanese scientists have developed a pressure-sensitive pad that can identify a person from 360 points while sitting
  4. Skull -- Size, shape, thickness are all relevant here. And with sound wave technology, scientists can identify you based on your skull with 97% accuracy
  5. Fingernails -- Even if you're wearing nail polish, scientists can identify the ridges on them
  6. Nose Pores -- The layout of them allows scientists to identify you with 88% accuracy
  7. The Way You Walk -- Not surprised here, my wife can always identify me coming up the stairs. Computers analyze your stride, and have an even easier time of it when you're running.\

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They're twins, but they're not the same [Photo: Getty Images]



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