Let’s take a look at some of the world’s most common misconceptions.
Some age-old beliefs are proved to be myths by good logical explanation. Here are 14 busting myths and the common misconception.
It is a myth that you cannot touch the baby birds since they won’t be accepted by their mothers.It’s not harmful to pick up baby birds and return them to their nests. Their mother won’t reject them.But the fact is mother bird does not have a sense of smell so they cannot reject it.
Colour of Blood
Human blood isn’t ever blue.It is either dark red due to de-oxygenation of blood or light red due to oxygenation.Blood sometimes appears blue only because skin and fat makes it look that way.
Your tongue doesn’t have areas dedicated to different tastes. But the fact is all the taste buds on the tongue are active every time.there’s five: in addition to bitter, sour, salty, and sweet, humans can taste umami, which is a savory or meaty taste.
Chameleons don’t change their color to blend in with their environment.but they do it to show their feelings like aggression, mood, territorial behavior and intention to mate.
The space pen was privately developed by the Fisher Pen Company.
The fact that the USA used the special pen while Russia used the pencil in space was wrong. The million dollar pen was made by Fisher Pen company in secret.
We have always been taught that there are 5 senses but truth is that it ranges from 9 to 20. So apart from five basic senses we also have balance, temperature, pain, acceleration and many more.
Parents were often fussy about wearing the hat to be safe from cold. The factual science behind it is that a human loses only 7 to 10% of heat through the head.
Bulls are actually color blind and hence they do not get angry by red color and it’s the wavy movement of the cape that makes them charge.
Banana is not a tree but one of the largest herbaceous plant.the largest herbaceous flowering plant.
Women don’t get attracted to tall, dark and handsome guys but they get attracted to social parameters like wealth, social standing, and position.