24 Mind-Blowing Facts You Should Know

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It’s always been exciting to learn something new about ourselves.

Have you ever wondered why we act in specific situations or do things in certain ways?

It is incredible to realize that our thoughts function differently while also working in similar ways… Isn’t it simply amazing?

In today’s list, we will discover some mind-blowing facts about ourselves that may amaze us!

Doctors Who Spend More Than Three Hours a Week Playing Video Games Have Fewer Operating Room Errors

Doctors who work in operating rooms may find it beneficial to begin playing video games.

Doctors who played video games for more than three hours each week made 37 percent fewer surgical errors than those who didn’t, according to research published in the Archives of Surgery.

They were also 27 percent faster and scored 42 percent higher on a surgical skills test. Now this one is really interesting enough to blow your mind!

The Person You Remember Last

When was the last time you slept and who is the person on your mind?

Before you fall asleep, the last person on your mind is the source of your happiness, pain, or both!

In your scenario, who was it?

It’s Most Likely That You’ll Pass Away on Your Birthday

People over 60 have a 14 percent higher chance of dying on their birthday than on any other day, according to data published in the Annals of Epidemiology.

his one has scarred me for life… What about you?

They Way of Life That You See

How do you see yourself and your life? What are your views about them? Is it in a positively or negatively light?

Have you ever wondered why you feel this way about your life…?

According to studies, the type of music you listen to will influence how you perceive your life…

As a result, take extra care when listening to music.

Love Can Make People Mad

Didn’t you know that love has the power to make people mad? Only the insane fall in love…

According to a biochemical study, someone who is engaging in a romantic love affair cannot be distinguished from someone who has an obsessive-compulsive disorder.

How to Trick Your Brain

You know, studies have shown that humans are excellent at tricking themselves.

So, how do you do it?

If you can convince your brain that you slept well the night before, you can fool it into believing you did!

Try it and see what happens!

Weird Reason for Dying

A broken heart can kill a person. It is not as if your heart is broken. As though a broken heart is the result of love’s failure.

Excessive pain from a broken heart has the potential to kill you. Stress Cardiomyopathy is the name given to this condition. What a dignified death? Isn’t it?

An Apple Can Last up to Ten Months if Properly Stored

According to research, an apple picked from a tree will endure a few weeks before softening and rotting. However, storing a full harvest in “controlled-atmosphere conditions” can extend its shelf life to up to ten months.

As a result, when you buy fruit at the supermarket, it may not be as fresh as you anticipated. If you look into it, apples are only picked once a year in the United States. As a result, when you buy fruit at the supermarket, it may not be as fresh as you anticipated.

Thunderstorms Happening on Earth

Extreme weather strikes some parts of the globe more frequently than others do. According to the National Severe Storms Laboratory, an estimated 2,000 thunderstorms are occurring at any given time over the globe.

Around 16 million thunderstorms occur annually roughly in the world, with around 100,000 of them occurring in the United States.

Did you get any thunder strikes yet!

The Sun Could Hold a Million Earths

According to Knight’s Ask an Archeologist, a million Earths could fit within the sun if it were hollow. This is due to the sun’s radius is 100 times that of the Earth!

That’s why you should never underestimate anything!

Mark Zuckerberg’s Advantages in Facebook’s Blue Color Scheme

Now this one is something to make you feel fascinated about Zuckerberg!

Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, has red-green colorblindness, and the color blue is the most visible to him.

Did you see what he did there?

In 1911, Picasso Was a Suspect. Theft of the Mona Lisa

When Leonardo da Vinci’s masterwork was stolen in 1911, Pablo Picasso, then 30 years old, was interrogated about it before being acquitted.

Little did they know who was he!

It Was the Coolest Celsius Ever Recorded in the United States

Although it can be rather cold in some regions of the country, the coldest temperature ever recorded in the United States occurred in Prospect Creek, Alaska, in January 1971.

It fell to an incredible – 80°F (-62.2°C), which will make you shiver just thinking about it. It’s cold outside!

It’s Against the Law to Sell Night-Time Photos of the Eiffel Tower

Take a couple of pictures in front of the Eiffel Tower like a true tourist the next time you visit Paris.

However, you should be aware that while taking images of the tower during the day is perfectly lawful, selling images of the tower at night is not.

Because the artist who produced the evening light show on the building has the rights to it, the image is protected under French law.

The Shrimp’s Heart is in Its Brain

The shell of a shrimp is separated into two parts: one that houses the head and the other that holds the tail. The shrimp’s heart is behind its face and stomach in the first portion.

The combination of heart and brain in the same place is quite weird. Don’t you think so?

Daniel Radcliffe Was Allergic to Harry Potter’s Glasses

If you are a hardcore fan of the Harry Potter series then this fact may surprise you a bit…

Although Harry Potter’s spectacles were an important part of his iconic looks, Daniel Radcliffe, who played the young wizard throughout the film franchise, was allergic to his character’s characteristic eyeglasses.

“I had these two rings of whiteheads and spots that had come up around my eyes,” he told ABC News.

“It took us a week to understand it was the glasses.”

Twice as Old as Queen Elizabeth is the World’s Oldest Tortoise

Jonathan, a Seychelles giant tortoise who lives on the South Atlantic island of Saint Helena, is reported to be 187 years old. He is more than twice the age of Queen Elizabeth!

Underwater in the Ocean, the World’s Largest Waterfall

Underwater underneath the Denmark Strait, which separates Iceland and Greenland, is the world’s greatest waterfall.

A sequence of waterfalls begins 2,000 feet below the surface and drops approximately two miles to a depth of 10,000 feet at the bottom.

Isn’t this fact amaze you enough!

Our Hair and Nails Only Appear to Keep Growing After We Die

You may have heard that our hair and nails continue to grow after we die at some time in our lives. But this isn’t entirely accurate.

Instead, as our skin dries up and pulls back after we die, our nails and hair appear to grow longer because more of them are visible.

There are no Lyrics in the Spanish National Anthem

The official lyrics to Spain’s national anthem, “Marcha Real,” or “Royal March,” are unknown. It was composed as a military march and was never intended to be sung.

The Equivalent of a Human Fingerprint on a Dog’s Nose

Like a human fingerprint, your dog’s nose has a distinct pattern. You can reserve the print of your dog’s nose just like the government reserves your fingerprint as a biometric sign.

Now you know what you have to keep when your dog is lost!

The Fear of Having Objects to Your Right Causes Dextrophobia

You might be terrified of spiders and fearful of snakes or, if you have dextrophobia, you might only be fearful of those two things if they’re on your right side.

The obsessive fear of things on the right side of the body is known as dextrophobia. It could also be a phobia of being right-handed.

Now that’s a messed-up phobia one can have!

Champagne Was Once Used to Polish Shoes

Men of society in the early twentieth century shunned regular polish in favor of using champagne to shine their shoes. In reality, Dom Pérignon is still used to polish the shoes of Olga Berluti, a high-end shoe designer whose company is owned by the LVMH (Mot Hennessy Louis Vuitton) umbrella.

Now that’s the most costly shoe polish one can have!

Bulls are Unable to See Red

The brilliant red color of a matador’s cape is claimed to enrage the bull, yet the animal is unable to detect its color.

Cows, including bulls, are generally colorblind; it’s the motion of the swinging fabric that irritates them enough to make them charge.

Final Words

These were some bizarre mind-blowing facts that are true, but which most people are unaware of.

Some of these were a little alarming, but others were astounding!

Which one was your favorite? Please let us know…

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