Learning is the act of acquiring new or modifying and reinforcing existing knowledge, behaviors, skills, values, or preferences which may lead to a potential change in synthesizing information, depth of the knowledge, attitude or behavior relative to the type and range of experience. As you can see, it's not something you need to fear. Now, the things you'll learn in this post may not be life changing but they'll help you somewhere somehow I guess. Even if they don't, you can just enjoy the act of learning something.
1. The hair shape is determined by the shape of the hair root. Curly hair comes out of the elliptical hair roots, while the straight hair comes out of the round roots.
2. Bubble gum is usually a pink color because when they were invented, there was no other food coloring.
3. Grasshoppers can fly continuously for 20 hours.
4. Part of the guts of Louis the 9th, King of France, were buried in Tunisia. The rest were buried in Palermo and one of his fingers in Paris. The rest of his body disappeared in the 16th century.
5. A lightning bolt is so hot that if it hits the sand, it can turn it into glass.
6. The youngest footballer who scored in a World Cup final was Pele. He scored in the final of 1958, at the age of 17.
7. The Beatles’s old name was “Johnny and the Moondogs.”
8. Central Asia has a sport called Buzkashi. The objective is that the two teams on horsebacks try to get a headless calf to reach the finish line.
9. The first taxi service in the world was used in the Roman Empire.
10. In one year, IBM had 4 Nobel Prize winning workers.
11. Czernina, a traditional Polish soup, is made from duck blood.
12. Mosquitoes are the only creatures that have killed more people than human beings have in wars.
13. In the Ottoman Empire, gypsies were banned from horse riding and mare feeding.
14. The Ancient Greeks covered their mouths when they were yawning, not out of courtesy, but in order to keep their souls from escaping from their mouths.
15. Elvis Presley had a twin brother who died at birth.