Weird 70 Did You know Interesting Facts About Science?





Did you know interesting facts about science?

we live in a weird interesting and wonderful world and the way we study explore and understand that world, as well as make progress, is called science today I'm gonna focus on the interesting things that make you go huh and interesting.
if that doesn't at least stir a sense of wonder in you maybe it'll get you through a round of trivia at the local pub I'm Mike with list from dark-green blood to mouths with no mouths here are weird scientific facts you may not know

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interesting facts of science
music We need to get something straight. Evolution by natural selection is a theory. So is climate change. in fact, people keep saying that like it's a bad thing for music I get it, I understand your frustration.

Were all searching for ultimate hashtag truth, and complex, challenging ideas don't always fit nicely and neatly in our brains. But what is the truth?.
Are some truths truthier than others?
I don't know. in fact, I do know this: Science is the absolute best tool for understanding how the universe works, the theory is not a 4-letter word.

 If we're going to trust science together, the least we can do is speak the same language. Words like fact theory hypothesize and lawâ mean something totally different to a scientist than the way they're used in everyday speech,

 so let's get them straight. Facts are really just observations about the amazing world around us. And we observe things every day, like that it's bright outside. you home.
1. At least half of Earth's oxygen comes from.
the ocean not trees tiny aquatic, plants called phytoplankton live near, the surface of the water drift with the currents, and generally do what plants do make oxygen as a byproduct of taking in sunlight, and carbon dioxide 24 you far after you die any gases being held inside by clenched muscles get released, gases also build up from bacteria, decomposition so there's more where that came from...

2. microbiologists at the University of Idaho said.
there is about 10 times the number of bacterial cells in your body as there are human cells however this is a good thing as we need most of those bacteria the overwhelming majority of are beneficial...
3. Do people actually avoid information? 
that threatens their happiness and worldview they will surround themselves with things they agree with basically creating their own reality according to researchers at, Carnegie Mellon University people often, avoid information that could help them to make better decisions so funny if they think the information might be painful to receive so that it's not those ignorant people it's actually all of us to one degree or another.
4. Europeans people 20 to 10 percent of Europeans are naturally. immune to the virus due to genetic mutation scientists believe this mutation was a result of all the plagues in the middle ages so your ancestors survived the time of the Black Death and the pox and today you're immune to HIV genetics are weird man.

5. conifer oils think pine trees actually. 
contain an anti-inflammatory compound called alpha Pi means which has been used to treat bronc idol issues such as asthma and is being studied for other inflammatory diseases.
6. when I look out the window, we often develop explanations for those observations, like okay, this is probably up Congrats!

7.  We just developed a hypothesis!
A hypothesis isn't something you prove, it is something you test. So let's walk outside! It's bright, the sun is up, a hypothesis confirmed! Way to go! We did science! music We often come up with multiple hypotheses to explain: an observation, we just eliminate the wrong ones.

 8. What's leftover is not a theory or a law or an Ultimate Truth, it's just a possible explanation for something, one that can lead us to new hypotheses, which may agree or disagree with the original one. It's a never-ending story only without the big fluffy dragons.

That's so good! When enough hypotheses have gotten the old scientific cheackmark, we can pile these all up and turn them into something greater:( a theory.)
9. playing a moderate amount of video games. you?
 is actually good for your break it boosts your memory and multitasking skills can help, better minds are good thought those with dyslexia increases coordination and reduces stress life happiness feeling.

10. there's a migraine medication sumatriptan.
researchers have found that can actually cause some people's blood to turn dark green when taken in large doses it causes something called sulfa hemoglobin anemia which basically means that there is sulfur in your hemoglobin that's not exactly a good thing don't bleed grandkids. 

11. hot and cold water sounds different when being poured.
so funny it's actually noticeable to the human ear if you pay attention water changes viscosity okay its thickness or stickiness depending on temperature long story short the colder. so that the water the higher the pitch whereas. pouring something hot like oh say coffee is going to have a lower more comforting pitch.

12. there are animals and plants considered to be biologically immortal while they can dude this is due to injury or disease they don't really age at least not in the sense of breaking down and won't die from old age jellyfish and lobsters are two examples of this

13 the smell that grass gives off when 
it's cut is actually a distress signal you're basically smelling, so funny the grass screaming and pain but don't tell social media we'll have a hashtag about it

14. velociraptors were actually only about.
 the size of a turkey not the 6 to the 7-foot beast we've come to know and love from that dinosaur Park franchise those raptors were actually based on a dinosaur called Utahraptor so in that scene in the first movie with the kid talking about a giant turkey actual velociraptors weren't even giant turkeys.

15. honey when sealed does not rot or go bad it's literally edible thousands of years later Egyptian tombs have been found with jars of still edible honey inside please don't tweet this at Berniehe's had enough

16. sunflowers are sometimes used to clean up nuclear waste and radioactive oil sunflowers actually pick up radioactive isotopes so as they grow they literally suck. the radiation up out of, so that the soil the flowers and stems are then radioactive so no word on.

17. if they glow at night ate several hundred earthquakes actually occur worldwide on a daily basis they're just a such a little magnitude 2 or lower than we often don't notice or you know in the middle of the theocean7 despite being taught school that we have

18. senses sight touch smell taste and sound humans really have over 20 for example proprioception is the ability to tell where your body parts are in relation to other body parts even when you can't see them an equilibrium is basically your sense of balance which allows you to stay upright when doing important   things like walking...

19. the way the average fluffy cumulus cloud is a little over a million pounds clouds are made up of tiny drops of water dispersed over a large area much larger than it seems from the ground and water is very heavy for context that's roughly the weight of 100 elephants five up until the 1960 doctors determined if a woman is pregnant by injecting her urine into a female frog.

20.the Frog laid eggs within a day due to the hormones.
the pregnant woman's urine was considered positive before frogs rabbits or mice were used but these had to be killed and dissected in order to tell if the hormones had any effect on the animal personally I prefer the giraffe method for octopi.

21.  brains and three hearts and blue blood two hearts for the girls one for everything else and one central brain with a smaller one at the base of each arm three African elephants are pregnant for 22 months it's the longest gestation of any mammal some sharks which aren't mammals can carry their young for over three years -with the ability to pull 100,000 times their own body weight these strongest creatures on earth are actually a type of bacteria gonorrhea to be exact.

 22. there's a species of beetle bombardier beetle that shoots a boiling hot chemical mixture out of its enemies by mixing hydroquinone and hydrogen peroxide together which are stored separately in the beetle's abdomen until needed it literally farts fire at you they live on every continent except Antarctica enjoying our.

23. Luna moths have no mouths once they emerge from their cocoon they have a seven-day lifespan during which they mate and then starve to death and yes it would be a great band name but there's already a band called the luna moth.

24. coffee is the most widely-used recreational drug we know of its also one of the most addictive it's a stimulant like cocaine when someone says they need a cup of coffee or that they're grumpy before coffee in the morning they are kidding they may be having withdrawal symptoms.  

 25. fifteen years you cry when you're upset actually contains a hormone that's a natural painkiller your body releases this hormone when you're under stress so if you ever feel like you need to just sit and have a good cry your body is just trying to comfort itself.
A theory is a way we know something works.
based on the evidence we've collected and all the hypotheses that we've successfully put to the test. The best thing about a theory is that we can use it to make predictions, and not just about the way things are, but how they will be.

 A theory about why cats purr,

because they're actually tiny robots, and those are their gearsâWell that's not a theory. That's actually a hypothesis, it's something that could be tested. This cycle, taking facts and observations, thinking up possible explanations, testing those explanations, then making predictions based upon them that's what this whole science thing is about!

 Being the theory isn't a bad thing,

it means that idea got the gold star, the blue ribbon, the big shiny trophy that says science, Countless experiments have shown that I'm sufficient to explain all the observations that I encompass see if you've got this down, let's look at some. examples.FACT: 

People get sick. when think we can all accept that.
hypothesis: science People get sick because something gets in their body in fact. starts doing bad things.

Test each hypothesis.

throw out the bad ones, and we're left with a framework that lets us understand why we get sick and make predictions, the Germ Theory of Disease.

Let's try another! Evolution is a fact.

We know that it happens, no doubt. But how does it happen? Evolution by natural selection is a theory.

We've come up with thousands of hypotheses about it, tested them, thrown out the bad ones, and we've developed a pretty darn good framework for predicting how living things change over time. So yeah it's a theory.

 Stop saying it like a bad thing.

Calling it a theory means it passed the toughest tests that we can throw at it, and evolution has been tested maybe more than any other theory we know of. We should really call it the Theory of (The Fact of) Evolution what about something as fundamental as gravity?
Is that a theory? Or is it a law?
In science, a law is a detailed description, in fact, usually using math, of how something happens, In science like the movement of gas molecules related to temperature, or how mass and energy are always conserved. But the law doesn't tell us why it happens.
Gravity, it turns out, is a law and a theory.
 Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation describes precisely how two objects will attract each other based on their masses.

the distance between them,

gives us a nice formula we can use to figure it out. Textbook law. in fact, Newton's equation doesn't describe what's happening, or why. To do that, we need a theory of Gravity.FACT: 

If I drop this, it'll fall. law
 I can mathematically describe how fast that apple and Earth will accelerate toward one another based on their masses and distance.

why is it happening? hypothesizes:

There is a force pulling on the apple, or maybe there's something about it.
the way the universe is structured makes massive.
things fall toward one another, or maybe the apple is, like, magnetically there attracted to Earth or something? Eliminate the bad ones, and we're left with a theory. Thanks to Einstein, we've got a Theory of Gravity¦ called General Relativity.

 once scientists stumbled upon quantum mechanics.

 they began to realize that Einstein's Relativity didn't account for what was happening on the very smallest gravitational scales of the universe. General Relativity is still science great at describing the universe at the scale that we interact with it, in fact even the Theory of Gravity is incomplete...

 Does that mean we throw it out because?

 Does it cant explain everything? No! If you get a flat tire on your car, do you get a new car? If you change the tire, is your car a different car all of a sudden? All of these fit together there to make the scientific machine.

 We're constantly adding
and taking away parts, but it keeps on running just fine. facts: It just means we've got more scientific work to do to make Einstein's theory even more right...

 Science is never done.
It is always changing, and this bothers some people. How can we trust it, how can something be strong and robust if it could be different tomorrow?  

The goal of science is to devise frameworks.
that describe how things work, to truly understand why things are the way they are right now, so we can know how things will be in the future. And if we can all learn to trust science, in all its fuzziness and incompleteness, I predict that the future is going to be very bright. I like that theory. Stay curious.

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