16 Crazy Facts That Are Not Fake

“Male reindeer lose their antlers in the winter but females don’t. Therefore Santa’s sleigh is pulled by a team of strong independent ladies.”

“Natural redheads (of which I am one) have a genetic resistance to anesthesia + unusually high tolerance for pain. I guess the latter is to compensate for the former?

Anyway, that’s why I always had a terrible fear of the dentist; they’d give me the normal dose of novocaine, then think I was lying when I said it didn’t work. Fun times! Knew I finally found the right dentist when he walked in, took one look at me, and told the tech to load up four times the novocaine – what he called the “redhead dose.” And I’ve never had to feel that pain again.”


“Juno, who was sent to Jupiter by NASA, was Jupiter’s wife in Roman mythology. Jupiter’s moons are named after Jupiter’s mistresses. So NASA sent Jupiter’s wife to ‘spy’ on him and his mistresses. Always thought this was pretty cool”

“Lemons aren’t naturally occuring, they were created through the breeding of bitter oranges and citrons. So we made lemons, then made lemonade. Screw you life.”

“Most people know that dogs have a really good sense of smell, but I recently did some research into the full extent of it.

40% of the brain goes entirely to their sense of smell. They have a completely different organ that is designed purely to take in the smell, separately from the oxygen they breathe (unlike humans, we process it together).

To put this into perspective, we can taste a teaspoon of sugar in our coffee. They could smell a teaspoon of sugar inside two olympic sized swimming pools.

A cancer alert dog kept marking to one mole on a woman’s arm. They had already tested it and it was negative. They decided to retest due to the dog’s behavior, and found an incredibly small fraction of a cancer cell in the spot.”

“The Sun is extremely loud, we just can’t hear it because sound can’t travel through the vacuum of space.”

“Cats don’t meow to talk to other cats they use different language for that They meow to talk to us”


“People who are born deaf and develop schizophrenia see random hands signing to them.”

“Diamonds aren’t valuable nor are they rare. De Beers (An international corporation that specialises in everything diamond) created a advertising campaign saying that a man should be spending a two month salary on a diamond engagement ring. They then raised price’s, restricted supply and created this costly illusion that generations of people still consider it to be a mandatory part in marriage process.”

“A sword made from the blood of your enemies is technically possible.

If you separate the iron out of the blood of 300 adults, you could smelt it down to an iron ingot. This ingot would be enough to be used to create a longsword.”

“Picasso and Alice Cooper were pen pals.”

“People live closer in time to T Rex than T rex lived to stegosaurus.”

“Woodpeckers tongues wrap around their skulls to prevent them getting concussions.”

“The smell grass emits after it is getting cut actually has quite the purpose: it’s supposed to mark whoever hurt the plant so that predators of the animal would eventually start to associate the smell with prey. Therefore grass is literally trying to kill us once you start hurting it.”

“Neil Armstrong backwards is Gnorts Mr. Alien’

“The brain is the only thing that we know of that has named itself.”

“Apple seeds DO NOT yield the same apple it came from… every apple seed yields a completely unique apple. If you want the exact same apple, you have to cut a branch off the existing apple tree and graft in onto another tree”

“Axolotls can regenerate anything as long as they stay within their original climate and pool of water. If they stay outside of it or the pool changes chemicals, they become salamanders that can’t regenerate anymore. I’m really hoping scientists will be able to clone their dna and start utilising that regeneration genome for people in need of regeneration therapy.”

“Fathers can breastfeed..no meds or other intervention needed…in times of stress, mostly after the death of the mother in childbirth. Father’s have attempted to breastfeed and, boom. Start producing viable milk. It’s has been documented a non trivial amount of times..”

“The lighter was invented before the match.”

“Crows have extremely good memory, they can even get their relatives to recognize people that they’ve already recognised”

“Pineapple contains bromelain.

Bromelain is an enzyme that fulfills a proteolytic function, it degrades proteins producing amino acids that make it up.

So that stinging you feel when you eat pineapple is because the pineapple is also eating you.”

“If you’re within vicinity of a fallen powerline, bunny hop or slide your feet side-to-side to get away from the pole. This is to counteract “step potential” as lifting your feet off the ground will cause a difference in voltage causing an electrocution.”

“Woman already have their lifetime supply of eggs in their bodies when they’re unborn, inside their pregnant mothers as a fetus, so the egg that would become you as ultimately also existed inside your grandmother via your mother. “

“Time scale stuff breaks my brain

Cleopatra lived closer in time to the building of the first Pizza Hut than to the building of the pyramids for example (to use a well known example)

It was only 66 years between the first successful flight test by the Wright brothers and landing man on the moon… Human ingenuity knows no bounds when money isn’t an issue and barriers are removed.”

“That the placebo effect is real. It has to be accounted for in human trials of medical treatments.

This means that our minds have the capacity to affect real healthcare outcomes and this happens consistently. “

“For 1 600 billionth of a second when a hydrogen bomb detonates, it is 100 million degrees Celsius, the core of the sun is 15 million degrees Celsius.”

“Since it’s discovery in 1930 Pluto has yet to orbit the sun and won’t until 2178.”

“Your tongue rests on the roof of your mouth, not the base.”

“Multiplying any two digit number with eleven is the sum of the two digit inserted between the two digits 63×11=> (6+3) => 693”

“In the 70s, in the USA, it was believed that infants didn’t feel pain. My first operation was in 74, when I was a day old, to shove a sac full of exposed nerves back into my spine (spina bifida myelomeningocele).”

“In the time it takes you to read this sentence, you’ve traveled approximately 2,200 miles through space relative to the cosmic background radiation.”

“If our Sun was the size of a white blood cell, our galaxy would be the size of the continental United States.”

“The 1966-1967 UCLA Bruins Men’s Basketball team went undefeated and won the National Championship. They were ranked number 1 throughout the entire season. In those days, freshmen weren’t allowed to play on the varsity team, but every year, at the end of the season, the freshmen team played the varsity team in an exhibition game. UCLA’s freshmen team beat the undefeated varsity team by 15 points with a young center named Lew Alcindor, later changing his name to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.”

“Humans create as much heat as a 100 watt incandescent bulb. Which is why greenhouses have a single 100 watt bulb burning that workers turn off when they enter. Keeps the temperature constant.”

“The microgravity in space can cause an astronauts blood to run backwards”

“Clown fish are hermaphrodite and, if the movie was realistic, Marlin in Finding Nemo would become a female and try to copulate with his son, as the mother was killed’


“Purple isn’t a real frequency of light like red or blue. It’s how our brains interpret jumbled frequencies of red and blue light. It seems to be a byproduct of how our brains developed to interpret the light that hits the blue, green, and red cones in our eyes.”

“The last living person who was the child of a Civil War veteran, died in June of 2020. Her father was 83 when she was born.”

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One comment

  1. Reindeerz Geenyus

    “Male reindeer lose their antlers in the winter but females don’t.” <— That's only true of North American reindeer. Those from Scandinavia lose theirs in the summer. You know, Scandinavia, where the Santa legend originated.

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