Life contains a multitude of things recorded in books or circulated, but not completely true. Here are the “false boils” that many people still believe.
1. The Viking’s hat has horns
Images of Vikings are always accompanied by the horned hats of brutal warriors. However, this is completely a myth.
Greek and Roman historians created the horn in an attempt to depict the Vikings as a terrifying people. In fact, the Viking warriors wore plain hats.
2. The distance between the Earth and the Sun determines the season of the year
The seasons appear to be due to the influence of the 23.5 degree tilt of the Earth’s axis relative to its orbital plane orbiting the Sun, not because the Earth is near or far from the Sun.
3. A cosmic black hole is a chimney that can swallow everything around it
A black hole is really like a ball, it has no “hole” to pull something inside. Black holes have finite mass so their gravitational force is also finite.
Scientists are not sure what will happen if you fall into a black hole, but at least, they can tell you that a black hole doesn’t have the supergravity you mistakenly think.
4. Eat better fresh vegetables than ripe vegetables
It should be noted that this does not apply to all vegetables. The best boiled vegetables are carrots, potatoes, broccoli and beets.
The beneficial minerals from boiled vegetables help you absorb 6-7 times more than raw vegetables despite the fact that some vitamins are lost during heat treatment.
5. Healthy teeth are always white
Would you be disappointed to learn that our natural teeth are completely white and that white teeth do not mean healthy teeth. White teeth are too much a pathology, a sign of calcium deficiency in the body!
6. The earth has a perfect circle
Our planet is not really circular. In fact, the Earth is swollen at the equator and flat at the poles.
In addition, the erosion and constant movement of the tectonic plates causes the surface of our planet to constantly change.
7. Tongue flowers are hereditary
A Japanese study proved that this “talent” is not a genetic trait. Accordingly, the percentage of children from 6-7 years old able to flex their tongue from 54% has increased to 76% when they reach 12 years old. Which means somehow, about 20% of children have learned to flex their tongue.
8. The more you shave, the thicker and denser the hair grows
When shaving, we accidentally cut across the hair, revealing the rather thick base of the base, causing the feeling that each individual hair takes up more space. Furthermore, the hair becomes stiff due to its shorter length.In addition, we often see that the skin has been shaved black. In essence, it is just an illusion the brain creates when the eye looks directly at tiny dots on the normal skin background.