Category: ScienceFacts

Researches in New Zealand have developed a tearless onion. It turns off the gene which produces the enzyme that causes a person slicing an onion to cry.


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According to a study, girls who play with Barbie dolls tend to see fewer career options available to them as compared with the options available to boys.


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Solitary confinement can cause brain damage so profound that it is comparable to a traumatic head injury.


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The 'cheerleader effect' is a scientifically proven theory that individual faces appear more attractive when presented in a group than when presented alone.


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Studies shows that babies carefully choose whether to imitate an adult's actions based on how credible they think the adult is.


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Scientists have discovered that just like humans, monkeys are susceptible to optical illusions.


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If you were to scale the Sun to the size of a white blood cell, the Milky Way Galaxy in comparison would be the size of the United States!


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Researchers found that the music one listens to can temporarily change a person's visual perception and affect what they think and see.


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Experts claim that a truthful person answers a follow-up question with more details, while a liar sticks with the same basic answers.


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According to a study, people who constantly check and use their mobile devices throughout the day are less able to delay gratification.


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People with autism are less likely to catch yawns. The more severe their condition, the less common the behavior gets.


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According to recent research, new friends become better friends over time if they have similar levels of social anxiety.


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Short female drivers that sit close to the steering wheel are the most likely to be killed by an air bag.


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The human brain remember more negative memories than positive ones. This is due to the negativity bias the brain sets up as a defense mechanism.


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The Voyager engineers calculated over 10,000 launch windows so that encounters between the craft and the planets on its trajectory didn't happen during Thanksgiving or Christmas, allowing them to stay home for the holidays.


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Your tongue is the fastest healing part of your body.


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