Thursday, January 12, 2012
This months National Geographic Magazine tells us something about twins: they are just like the rest of us (they just look like each other.) Yes, it is true, while twins may have many things in common (like looks) and they may have even been raised similarly (like any children from the same family), the direct experiences of their specific lives alter them (that means if one burns her hand the twin's hand isn't burned). So even though we thought twins were just two sides of the same coin, they aren't (because they aren't coins). They are individuals just like the rest of you.