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You know how anytime you crack your head open everybody's always making a big production out of keeping you awake? Those people are full of it and here's why!
You know that old chestnut that you can tell if someone's lying by where their eyes are looking? That's untrue, but people are still convicted of crimes based on it. :(
Back in WWII the idea that eating carrots can give people better night vision became popularly held. Crazy, but it's actually true!
Have you heard that sharks like to eat people? This is patently untrue. Sharks don't eat humans and there are a lot fewer shark attacks than you might think. Learn why you should lay off sharks for once in your life right here.
In this episode, Josh explains why cracking your knuckles isn't literally cracking your knuckles. Along the way, we learn about a doctor who spent over 60 years cracking his knuckles to disprove this popular myth.
Maybe you've noticed that when you eat aspargus your urine tends to smell a little funny. Or maybe you haven't. It could be that you're either one of those people who can't smell asparagus pee or doesn't produce it. Just watch this and be quiet.
You've probably heard that you can count the seconds between seeing a lightning strike and hearing thunder to figure out how far away it is. That's pretty much true, and here's why.
Have you ever heard that any piece of paper can only be folded seven times and then you'd have to have the strength of a god to fold it any more? That's not really true.
Have you ever noticed that sometimes you can see the moon, even though it's daytime? That's crazy, huh?
Have you ever heard the old wives' tale that holding a toad will give you warts? That's way off.