These One-liners may blow your Mind

  • A million seconds is 11 days, and a billion seconds is 33 years
  • Anne Frank and Martin Luther King were born in the same year
  • When you say “crisp”, the word travels from the back to the front of your mouth
  • There’s no reason for the alphabet to be in that order 😮
  • The word bed looks like a bed. (shark looks like shark ??)
  • If you’re in a group of seventy people or more, there is a 99.9% chance that two of them share the same birthday. 50% probability with 23 people.
  • Mammoths were still alive when the Pyramids were being built
  • A Venus day is longer than a Venus year.
    The length of day on Venus is 243 Earth days. A year on Venus is only 224.7 days. And things get even stranger. Venus rotates backwards. All of the planets in the Solar System rotate counter-clockwise when you look at them from above. But Venus turns clockwise. So, it’s impossible to stand on the surface of Venus and survive.
  • Because information has to travel to your brain via neural pathways, everything you are experiencing actually happened 80 milliseconds in the past o_O
  • No one is going to remember your memories 😛
  • It is impossible to clean something without making something else dirty. (In reality, all we are really doing is just moving a bunch of atoms around, hoping for the best)
  • There are more slaves today than ever in human history.
  • You are just a background extra in most people’s lives 😥
  • There are more possible combinations of a standard 52 card deck than there have been seconds since the Big Bang. This is the amount of combinations. 80,658,175,170,943,878,571,660,636,856,403,766,975,289,505,440,883,277,824,000,000,000,000………      [Time is ticking…] o_O

And The Last One… 🙂  

When you remember a life event, you are remembering the last time you remembered it, not the actual event.

😎Possible Thesis:

A lot of people think of memories like they would a file stored in a cabinet somewhere. When you want to remember something, you go fetch it from the cabinet, read the file, then put the file back in the cabinet so you can find it next time.

Well, That’s not how memory works!

When you remember something, you fetch that memory from where it is stored in your brain, and then you copy it. This copy overwrites the original memory, and the copy is never perfect. The copy you make is influenced by the context in which you are remembering the memory. The very act of remembering something changes that memory in your head. Once you’re done remembering it, your brain then re-files that memory to be retrieved again. But the original memory is gone, replaced with a copied, imperfect version of that memory.

Cool stuff.

If you know any other of such, please share in Comments. It could find its place in this list…



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