Goren's Index Principle

Edmond Locard, a well known criminologist, formulated the basic principle of forensic science: 'Every contact leaves a trace' which became known as Locard's Exchange Principle. Though not as fancy as the motto mentioned, definitely every picture tells a story. But before that let's hear some opinions about the index finger. According to Wikipedia, the index finger, also referred to as, pointer finger, forefinger, trigger finger, digitus secundus, or digitus II, is the second finger of a human hand. It is located between the first and third digits, that is, between the thumb and the middle finger. It is usually the most dextrous and sensitive finger of the hand, though not the longest (Don't be so sure!). With the hand held palm out and the thumb and middle fingers touching, it represents the letter d in the American Sign Language. In sports, it can also represent victory, as some championship winning teams raise their index finger, often saying 'We're number one'. And according to some studies done; a long index finger shows self confidence and awareness. The owner is sure of their ability. People with this finger are keen on advancement. They like to be in charge and have their own way. They are capable and do well being in charge of a crisis situation. For people with a short index finger the reverse holds true. They are usually shy, afraid they will fail and inclined to have self doubt. Or better yet, a recent study published in The Journal of Urology claims that by merely looking at a man's forefinger will estimate the length of his... Uhm, how should I put this gently? Well, yes, foot! The length of his foot! So, if it isn't entirely clear what my own thoughts on this post might be, let me clarify it right away: No offence intended but always judge a man by his index finger! I know.. I know... But believe in me, I'm not really bad, it's just the way I'm indexed:) Well, anyway, let the pictures speak for themselves.