Human mind is always curious about anything and everything we see. It’s in our nature to be curious. Here are some fun facts for the ever curious human mind.
1, Bananas are curved because they grow towards the sun
Ever wondered why bananas are curved? It’s because they grow towards the sunlight. The Apex of a plant or a tree always has a tendency to grow towards sunlight. It’s essential for photosynthesis. The same rule applies here.
2,Banging your head against the wall burns 150 calories.
How very great full of the walls, Right? Apparently there are much more painless ways to burn calories, but if you ever feel like you should bang your head against the wall during an emotional tantrum, you are burning calories along with it. Yay.
3,According to the holy Bible chickens came before the eggs
It’s been a topic of debate since ages. Which came first? The eggs or the chickens? Well, let’s say the Bible is the answer for everything. According to the book of Genesis 1:20-22, the chicken came before the egg. It says God created birds, not eggs that would later hatch into birds. So if anyone ever pop out this question again, take the holy Bible.
4,The first alarm clock could ring only at 4 a.m
The first alarm clock was made by Levi Hutchins in 1787. His sole purpose was to wake him up at 4 a.m to go for work. It took almost 100 years after that to make an alarm clock to set our own time of convenience. Think about the pain it could have been otherwise. Yes, God exists.
5, Movie trailers were actually shown at the end
Did you know that in old days movie trailers were actually shown at the end of the movie. Which is why it is known as trailers. Later for the convenience of the film makers it started being shown before the movie for the marketing purposes.
6, 95% of the people who texts talk about the things they couldn’t say in person
Technology grows on and on. We could see people with a mobile phone in their hands in every nook and corner of the world. According to studies It’s proven that people are more tempted to say the things they couldn’t say directly via text.
7, Honey bees can recognise human faces
Interesting, isn’t it? We all thought that it was the characteristics of mammals to recognise people. Here we could an insect to the list. Honeybees could recognise human faces. They see faces in a compilation of 5000 individual images.