Skip to comments.Indian Boy Has 25 Fingers, Toes
Posted on 10/05/2005 2:10:42 PM PDT by EveningStar
NAGPUR, India -- An Indian boy considers his rare birth defect to be an advantage.
Devender Harne, 10, was born with 25 fingers and toes -- six fingers on each hand, six toes on one foot and seven on the other.
(Excerpt) Read more at nbc5.com ...
Get him into piano lessons...post haste!
I understand this is a desired trait in cats.
Immediately the U.N. voted to convert all mathematics worldwide to "Base 25".
He's gonna be great at base-25 math.
That looks like a digital photo.
Wouldn't that be funny if this were a hoax? :)
Finding gardening gloves is going to be a problem.
1 little, 2 little, 3 little Indians
4 little, 5 little, 6 little Indians
7 little, 8 little, 9 little, 10 little, 11 little Indians
12 little Indian boys!
Will be able to make change without taking his shows off.
Ok you have to go post this....elsewhere.
THE SIXTH FINGER
On a hill overlooking a Welsh mining town the science of genetics has been astoundingly advanced. Professor Mather has invented a machine which, through high frequency electronics working on a molecular level, will speed up the process of evolution.
A young miner volunteers to be the first human subject for the machine. The first jolt of power seems to have an instant effect on him. Immediately he has more intelligence and understanding, and his body evolves as well. His forehead is higher, his eyes brighter and his fingers, long and sensitive, now have three joints instead of two. And the stub of a sixth finger begins to grow. The evolution continues until he represents man of one million years in the future -- he is translucent and lives by photosynthesis.
Directed by: James Goldstone Written by: Ellis St. Joseph
Starring:DAVID McCALLUM (Gwyllm Griffiths), EDWARD MULHARE (Prof. Mathers), JILL HAWORTH (Cathy), CONSTANCE CAVENDISH (Gert the Bread), NORA MARLOWE (Mrs. Ives), ROBERT DOYLE (Wilt Morgan), CHUCK HAYWARD (1st Deputy) and GEORGE PELLIN (2nd Deputy)
I remember that episode. Saw it first run.
Me too. I never missed an episode. The "Galaxy Being" premiere episode scared the living crap out of this (at that time) 10 year old boy.
That and The Ebonites episode and the Zanti Misfits.
This little piggy went to the movies...
How in the hell did I get onto the 25 fingers and toes ping list?
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