Could it be argued that something written from right to left (take your pick), is more suitable than something written from left to right?
Well, technically R-L was made by right-handed folks. They held the chisel in their left hand, and the hammer in their right hand.
Is that how those RTL scripts developed? If so then I'd buy the fact that some RTL scripts are designed for the left hand. (Designed for righthanders maybe, but the script itself is designed to be written with the left hand - and now since we don't use hammers anymore, it would become a very lefthand friendly script.)
What RTL scripts were designed like this with the chisel and hammer approach? Or were most/all of them? (But I guess not Arabic? At least not the Arabic we know today, the cursive one.)
@Twix93: It could be fun to do so, but you should also find a way to write normal English without smudging the paper. Do you turn the paper?