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The Human Statue Of Liberty
The Human Statue Of Liberty, On August 22, 1918, 18,000 soldiers of the US Army 163rd Depot Brigade assembled on the drill ground of Camp Dodge. Their picture, which formed a silhouette of the Statue of Liberty on the ground, was then taken from the top of a specially constructed 12-meter tower.
The soldiers assembled on the drill ground which had been carefully demarcated by blocks and white tape by 1:00 PM. They all wore black, except for a few who wore white to form the outline of the statue’s tablet, left hand, and crown. The flame alone was formed by 12,000 men. The torch had 2,800 men. The right arm had 1,200, and the rest of the body had 2,000.
Due to the mass assembly and heat (temperatures reached 40 degrees Celsius, 105 °F), 12 soldiers fainted. The photograph, made to sell war bonds during the ongoing World War I, was never used
Distinguishing Faces, Even Of Other Species
Distinguishing Faces, Even of Other Species, if you’ve ever spent time with a baby, you’ll know that they’re not so great at recognizing people by their faces. They don’t seem to behave in a particularly different way when they see someone they have met earlier, unless it’s their mother or someone they spend a lot of time with.
The ability to tell faces apart from each other is something they acquire much later in their lives. Or that’s what the babies would rather have you believe, anyway. Babies are actually pretty good at identifying faces, even when it comes to creatures of different species.
Experiment tells six month old babies were found to be as good as adults at recognizing human faces that they saw earlier. But, shockingly, they were actually better at recognizing monkey faces than the adults. We lose the ability to recognize the faces of different species and races as we grow older, because an adult’s facial recognition is based more on familiarity than absolute facial indicators, but babies still carry this vestigial ability up to a certain age.
Pentheraphobia- Fear of Mother-in-Law
Pentheraphobia- Fear of Mother-in-Law Of all the phobias on this list, pentheraphobia is probably the most common. It is, as stated above, the fear of one’s mother-in-law. I am sure that most married people have, at one time or another, suffered from this terrible fear. This fear is one that is so common in Western society that it frequently appears in movies and other forms of entertainment. Of the many available therapies for this illness of the mind, divorce seems to be the most popular.
Chewing gum can help your brain function more efficiently
Chewing gum: There are many benefits of chewing gums they are found to be very useful so here we have some of the collection, It helps to concentrate, mint gum helps to wake you up, increases blood flow to the brain, helps to pay attention, prevent tooth decay, helps in the recovery of the intestines, and also reduces carving for sweets.
Heart attacks are most likely to happen on a Monday
Heart attacks fact brought to you by a 10 year study in Scotland, finding that 20% of all heart attacks happen on Mondays. It could be due to drinking, or the unhappiness of going back to work, or the stress of going back to work.
The Chinese often dye their pets to have them resemble other wild animals
Several Chinese people have dyed their pets’ fur in a way that they resemble other animals: take, for example, the golden retriever who was dyed orange and black to resemble a tiger, or the dogs whose fur was dyed to have them look like pandas.
Companies in China have been caught making tofu in “gutter oil” and marinating meat in goat urine
“Gutter oil” is the umbrella term used for cooking oil that has been recycled from waste oil collected from sewers, slaughterhouse drains and grease traps; several Chinese food manufacturers and restaurants have been found using this oil to cook their food in. Some businesses have also been caught marinating duck meat in goat or sheep urine in order to give it the smell and taste of duck
A man woke up with the condition known as Acquired Musical Savant Syndrome
After enduring a brain injury in the shallow end of a swimming pool, a man awoke with the condition known as Acquired Musical Savant Syndrome He may have lost 35% of his hearing, and some memory loss, but he gained the ability to become a great pianist. A few days after the incident he said he felt “inexplicably compelled” to sit at a keyboard.
It Rains Diamond On Neptune and Uranus
Yes this is very unbelievable to know that two of our celestial neighbours, Neptune and Uranus, may contain more bling than all the jewellery stores on Earth combined. It is theorized that diamonds fall like raindrops from the atmospheres of both planets. Although it’s not yet proved fully but it’s amazing to imagine.
Neptune and Uranus contain a high proportion of methane, which campus researchers have now shown can turn into diamond and complex organic matter compounds at the high temperatures and pressures found inside these planets.
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