“It was the evidence itself that led me to this conclusion.”
And I’d like to say something here that might be considered off topic, but it’s a thought I’ve had before and it’s occurring to me again now.
It involves paganism I suppose, rather than religion, but perhaps some will see the relevance (if there is any!)
Isn’t it interesting how pagans would want to get a lock of a person’s hair, or some other small body remnant in order to cast a spell on that person. For how many centuries was this considered just “superstition” by more educated (for want of a better word) people.
And yet, and yet, weren’t those old witch doctors exactly right? Now that we know (by watching CSI if nothing else) that your entire individual physical profile is present even in a lock of hair?
I thought of this a while ago and I still find it pretty mind boggling.