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    Quote Originally Posted by richard newman View Post
    thermite, are you a southpaw? explains everything.
    Not really.

    Fully ambidextrous, rather. Even to writing - or using chopsticks - with both hands. At the same time. Independently.

    And a lot more... "handedness" is but the tiniest part of all that.

    Better "time travel" as to how many possible alternative outcomes one can assess at the same time is the "biggie" in the seat of planning and command.

    So, too, (at least), my Dad and his folks. It might go back longer?

    Go figure ALL humans were blueprinted to be able to do this. And not-only humans. Cetaceans exploit it. Or die.

    Some humans just never developed the Corpus Callossum to actually DO IT with no real effort.

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