20. Albert Einstein struggled at school
19. JFK said he was a donut
18. Cops have to tell you they are one if you ask
17. The flavor map
16. Searing seals in the juices for a better steak
15. You can’t microwave metal
14. Science can’t explain how Bumblebees fly
13. Daddy longlegs are the most poisonous spiders
12. Glass is a liquid
11. You need eight glasses of water a day
10. Sugar makes kids hyper
9. Homosexuality is unnatural
same sex attraction/mating/cuddling/whatever. Bears, giraffes, elephants, rats, lions, cats, cheetahs, dolphins, dogs, chicken, emu, penguins, frogs, lizards, rattlesnakes, black swans, gulls, ibises, vultures, pigeons, bonobos, sheep, macaques, and so on and so forth. There are plenty more, and I haven’t even got into insects. If you don’t like gay people, that’s on you. Just don’t try and blame it as being “unnatural” when nature is full of it.
8. If you drop a penny from the Empire State Building, it’ll kill anyone it hits
7. Aeroplanes generate lift due to “equal transit time”
6. NASA spent millions inventing the space pen, while Russians used pencils
5. Thomas Crapper invented the flush toilet
4. Napoleon was short
3. You can see the Great Wall of China from the moon
the moon/space. Even as a kid I knew this made no sense, and I can’t believe people still think it. The wall is only 10 meters wide at its thickest point. If we could see 10 meter resolution from the moon, every building on the planet would be visible. In fact, there are no man-made objects visible from the surface of the moon, though the lights from cities are plain to see. For comparison, to see the wall from the Moon, you’d need to be able to see an individual human hair, two miles away. Objects have to be at least 70 miles wide to be seen unaided from the Moon.
2. Christopher Colombus’s contemporaries thought the world was flat
1. We only use 10% of our brains
one of the hardest in the animal kingdom. It’s the reason we give birth to our babies far more prematurely than most other animals, and have to rear them for years before they can even walk - because if they developed any more in the womb, their heads would be too big for birth. The fact that we’ve had relatively accurate brain maps for decades should prove this fact wrong. How in the world would it make sense that we use less than the entire thing - barring brain injury? Sorry Tony Robbins, we don’t have 90% of our brain’s power left to unlock.
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