20 Bizarre “Facts” About The Human Body That Science Can’t Explain
News > 20 Bizarre “Facts” About The Human Body That Science Can’t Explain
Scientists have explained a lot, but some aspects of the human body still remain mysterious. Although there’s research, for example, on the correlation between alcoholism and language development in early childhood, scientists are not sure why this kind of correlations occur. Here are 20 of such cases that will blow your mind!
Source: http://www.cracked.com/photoplasty_19... 20. Blind people have 4 times as many nightmares than people who can see.
25% of all dreams blind people dream are nightmares, whereas it’s only 6% for other people.
19. Babies who develop their linguistic skills earlier than other babies have a higher chance of becoming an alcoholic when they are adults.
18. Heart attacks occur most on Mondays.
According to a study conducted in Scotland that took 10 years, most deaths caused by heart attacks happen on Mondays.
17. According to a study the British Journal of Psychology did in 2007, men whose ring finger is longer than their index finger do better in their A-levels.
Women whose ring finger is longer than their index finger do better in oral exams.
16. People who are exposed to the sun in the early hours of the day have a lesser risk of putting on weight despite consuming the same amount of calories as other people.
15. According to a study done in 2011 in Holland, people who are better at holding their urine are better at managing their money in the long run.
14. According to a study in 2013, bald men have a 32% higher risk of developing heart disease.
13. Humans are the only species that like spicy food.
12. According to a USA study, 35% of entrepreneurs are dyslexic.
11. An article published in Schizophrenia Research Journal claims that 50.6% of people who suffer from schizophrenia had a cat as a child.
10. A research called “The Name Experiment” found that names have different levels of attractiveness.
For example, names like Thomas, Peter, and George are names that have low attractiveness to women whereas names like Ryan, James, and Jack are more attractive. Men find names like Sophie, Rachel, and Olivia to be more attractive than names like Helen, Jane, and Ann.
9. Women whose upper lip is more protruded and thicker are 12 times more likely to have vaginal orgasms than other women.
8. Learning to play the piano can help you become more successful at mathematics.
Students who took piano lessons for 8 months were observed to have done better at the Stanford 9 Mathematics test than other students.
7. The more moles you have the longer you live.
6. The majority of people who committed a violent act consumed sugar every day while they were 10 years old.
5. Bekoji, Ethiopia is a town with a population of 17,000. The runners who come from this little town have won more than 30 world championships and 16 gold medals at the Olympics.
This number is higher than all the Olympic gold medals India has ever won, and they’ve got a population of 1.2 billion people!
4. According to a study done by Dr. Amar J.S. Klar, 21.4% of homosexual men’s hair run counter-clockwise.
3. Tall people have a higher chance of developing cancer.
2. Most serial killers are born in January.
A study done on 293 serial killers in 29 countries found that 11.2% of them were born in January. This is interesting because only 7.9% of all babies are born in January.
1. People who have psychopathic tendencies tend to take their coffee without sugar or cream.