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Re: Forensics

Posted: February 27th, 2018, 8:11 pm
by pikachu4919
What is name of the principle that is the basis for Forensic Science and explains why we can find evidence
at a crime scene?

Got this question from an actual invitational tournament.
Locard's exchange principle? (Had no idea so I searched it up and this seemed like the best result)
I'm not sure 13superfan13 is gonna respond to this, but yes, that is correct. Locard's exchange principle states that for every contact, there should be a trace from it.

I've got a good question but if you wanna ask one, that's fine.

Re: Forensics

Posted: February 27th, 2018, 8:25 pm
by Riptide
What is name of the principle that is the basis for Forensic Science and explains why we can find evidence
at a crime scene?

Got this question from an actual invitational tournament.
Locard's exchange principle? (Had no idea so I searched it up and this seemed like the best result)
I'm not sure 13superfan13 is gonna respond to this, but yes, that is correct. Locard's exchange principle states that for every contact, there should be a trace from it.

I've got a good question but if you wanna ask one, that's fine.
Thanks for the reply - next question's all yours

Re: Forensics

Posted: March 10th, 2018, 6:31 am
by pikachu4919
Whoops, been forgetting about this for a while :(



Explain the reasoning behind why some people believe the urban myth that hair “keeps growing” after you die.

Re: Forensics

Posted: March 22nd, 2018, 10:16 am
by Vortex
Whoops, been forgetting about this for a while :(



Explain the reasoning behind why some people believe the urban myth that hair “keeps growing” after you die.
Your skin starts to dehydrate and retract.