Again

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AuthorHouse, Jan 18, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 396 pages
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Fingerprints - out of the billions of them out there, why are no two the same? The answer to this question has eluded the human race since the early twentieth century, when law enforcement officials realized that fingerprints could be used as evidence of a perpetrator's identification when left behind at the scene of a crime. Since then, over twenty million criminals have had their fingerprints recorded, and not one fingerprint has ever been matched--until now. Join Robert Copeland, an unconventional young artist, as he attempts to uncover the meaning of his strange dreams, and in doing so, inadvertently reveals the most important discovery in the history of mankind - the true purpose of our unique fingerprints, and how they link our dreams with reality.

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