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People who like to nag other people often say you shouldn't sit too close to the TV because it's bad for you. What's surprising is for a few years they were actually right.
You've probably heard that our ancestors only lived into their 30s. But it turns out the person who told you that was actually using statistics to lie to you. Josh straightens it all out.
Have you ever heard that you should avoid going to the hospital in July because you're more likely to die? That's true and it's because of the new doctors (i.e., ghouls).
You know how ketchup doesn't move at all, but if you hit the 57 on a glass Heinz bottle it will? That's because non-Newtonian fluids and sheer fracture. Get all brainy right here.
You've probably heard that depending on which hemisphere you're in, your toilet will flush clockwise or counterclockwise. This is so wrong. Learn about why that's untrue with Josh here in this Don't Be Dumb.
If you think that eating sugar leads to cavities, you're kind of right. Learn the rest of the details behind dental caries (that's a bonus term right there) with Josh in this episode of Don't Be Dumb.
Did Ivan the Terrible rule Russia and have the architects of the cathedral gouged? Josh reveals the truth about Ivan the Terrible in this episode of Don't Be Dumb.
There are plenty of urban myths about laws that make you help out other people and most of them are dumb lies. But at least one is correct in some places: restroom access laws. Join Josh Clark as he lays down the law in this episode of Don't Be Dumb.
Have you ever knocked on wood to indicate you were lucky that something did or did not happen? Did you ask yourself where such an odd tradition could come from? Josh has the answers in this week's Don't Be Dumb.
If you've ever used the phrase "beg the question" you almost certainly used it incorrectly. Here, Josh explains it so you don't say something dumb anymore.