Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Didaskaleinophobia is the fear of school.

The less sleep you get, the more dreams you have when you DO sleep.

Students who eat a complete breakfast (as well as eat more berries) tend to get higher grades in school than students who do not.

In "Charlie & The Chocolate Factory", Instead of using animated graphics, 40 squirrels were trained to crack nuts on a conveyor belt.

Charlie and the chocolate factory
A teaspoon of sugar after eating something really spicy will completely neutralize the heat sensation.

AOL still brings in $600 million a year from dial up Internet subscriptions.

Individuals with higher IQs are 3 times more likely to suffer from depression because of increased brain activity.

A 47-year-old man named Larry Greenfield has spend $65,000 on matchmaking services, has been on 250 blind dates and he is still single.

People who find it easier to laugh tend to live longer than those who do not.

According research by Harvard University, children who were hugged and cuddled more grew up to be happier adults.

A woman with a PhD in math won the scratch-off lottery four times by figuring out the algorithm used to produce the tickets.

Creative people can be more dishonest and likely to cheat.

That dizzy feeling you get when you stand up too fast is called "postural hypotension."

Teachers often expect more attractive children to perform well, leading to more attention, less punishment, and better grades.

Falling in love raises levels of nerve growth in a person's brain for about a year and can improve their memory.

Dolphins, whales and apes are the only animals, other than humans, known to commit suicide.


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