Asked by: Declan Sapataasked in category: General Last Updated: 11th February, 2020
Why can't some people do the Vulcan salute?
Herein, why can't everyone do the Vulcan salute?
The reason is simple, the ring finger and the middle finger share the same tendon. If you look at the Maltron keyboard, you'll note the absence of lower ring finger keys for this very reason.
Additionally, is the Vulcan salute genetic? So, if you are asking if the ability to make that Vulcan sign (the Star Trek gesture was actually derived by Leonard Nimoy from gestures made during Jewish ceremonies) is genetic, it is, but though one locus may be most responsible for the phenotype, there may be more than one locus and possibly multiple alleles at
Also question is, how do you do the Vulcan salute?
The Vulcan salutation is a hand gesture popularized by the 1960s television series Star Trek. It consists of a raised hand with the palm forward and the thumb extended, while the fingers are parted between the middle and ring finger.
What is the meaning of this emoji ???
?= I love you / love ??= rock on (usually made at rock concerts) ?? = Vulcan salute from Star Trek (usually signed while saying “live long and prosper”) ?? = call me ?? = no specific meaning. Just means open hands. Sometimes used to mean “hug” ??= I love you / love.