Do you believe these true facts?
You may think that you’re pretty smart, but what you don’t know could probably fill a book. There’s so much that we haven’t explored in space, the oceans, and even in other people’s homes that would probably scramble our brains if we found them out.
Let’s take some time to explore lesser known facts about our planet, the people on it, and the universe at large.
The Luck of the Draw
If you shuffle a deck of cards. There’s a very good chance that the combination of cards you just shuffled has never been shuffled before in history of human existence. (traws06)
This one fries me because mathematically it makes sense but it’s one of those things I look at and think “nah but surely I could do it.” (DurkDurkleson)
That Picasso died in 1973. (MrWildstar)
Salvador Dalí died in 1989. (HawaiianShirtMan)
This is because society has a hard association with famous painters and being dead for a long time. MrHorseHead()
That there were once doctors performing ice pick lobotomies. They would literally stick an ice pick through a bone in your eye socket and just scramble your brain. (TheGaelicBeagle)