Science and knowledge
There are many ways to think about science and knowledge, there is imaginary knowledge that describes how ideas are constructed in the mind, procedural knowledge that describes how to do an action, and structural knowledge that describes the reason behind something and indicates its effect. Information can be described as general information. Which the educated and average reader accepts as valid and reliable information without searching for it.
Did you know – general information
- Did you know that World War II was the most destructive war in history?
- Did you know that the first atomic bomb in World War II was created by America, and this bomb was dropped in the city of Hiroshima in Japan.
- Did you know that the number of bacteria in the ear can increase 700 times if the headphones are worn for an hour.
- Did you know that some types of lipstick contain fish scales as a component?
- Did you know that the tongue print varies from person to person, just like the fingerprint.
- Did you know that most people cannot lick their elbows?
- Did you know that there are some beliefs that diamonds are made of carbon and dead bacteria.
- Did you know that the number of bacteria in the human body is greater than the number of cells.
- Did you know that using antibacterial sanitizers is less effective than using soap and water at killing germs.
- Did you know that the fear of teeth is called odontophobia?
- Did you know that the most common name in the world is Muhammad.
- Did you know that human hair continues to grow for a few months after the death of its owner.
- Did you know that the highest amount paid to buy a cow was $1.3 million.
- Did you know that the identity of the builders of the Taj Mahal is unknown.
- Did you know that children grow faster in spring than in other seasons?
- Did you know that the weight of a human brain is approximately 1,300 to 1,400 g.
- Did you know that an adult human brain weighs approximately 2% of its total body weight.
- Did you know that the highest record for staying without sleep was set by Randy Gardner in 1965 AD, where he was able to stay without sleep for 264 hours.
- Did you know that loss of consciousness occurs 8-10 seconds after blood flow to the brain has stopped.
- Did you know that the length of the human spinal cord is 45 cm in men and 43 cm in women.
- Did you know that the number of olfactory receptor cells in humans is approximately 40 million cells.
- Did you know that eating vegetables daily improves the health of the body, and reduces the risk of many diseases.
- Did you know that adopting a healthy lifestyle is the best way to lose weight and improve body health?
- Did you know that the Big Bang theory states that the universe began billions of years ago with a very big bang.
- Did you know that the freezing temperature of water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit?
Did you know – animals
- Did you know that forest cats do not live in forests at all and prefer to stay in wet places. Did you know that the owner of the largest eyes in the world is the giant squid.
- Did you know that forest cats depend on rodents for their food, which benefits humans.
- Did you know that a crocodile cannot stick its tongue out of its mouth?
- Did you know that forest cats were mummified in the past and placed in Egyptian tombs?
- Did you know that a shrimp’s heart is located in its head?
- Did you know that the number of muscles in one ear of a cat is 32 muscles.
- Did you know that cats sleep a lot, they may sleep from 16 to 18 hours a day.6 Did you know that the only mammals that cannot jump are elephants.
- Did you know that elephants are the only animals that have four knees?
- Did you know that cats can hear ultrasound?
- Did you know that a butterfly has its own taste receptors in its feet?
- Did you know that the eyes of most crabs are located at the ends of their stems?
- Did you know that chameleons can see in two different directions at the same time, because their eyes can move independently.
- Did you know that the body of an earthworm is completely covered with taste receptors.
Did you know – countries
- Did you know – countries Did you know that there are 195 countries in the world to this day, 54 of them are in Africa, 48 are in Asia, 44 are in Europe, 33 are in Latin America and the Caribbean, 14 are in Oceania, and in North America there are Two countries.
- Did you know that most of the most famous companies in the world are of Japanese origin, such as Toyota, Honda, Sony, Nintendo, Canon, Panasonic, Toshiba, and Sharp.
- Did you know that Japan is located in the continent of Asia and surrounded by the Sea of Japan to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Did you know that the number of islands in Japan is 6,852 islands.
Did you know – science
- Did you know that physics is a science that studies matter and energy and the interactions between them.
- Did you know that chemistry is a science that studies compounds, the properties and characteristics of materials, and the structural structure of materials.
- Did you know that astronomy is a science based on the study of the universe beyond the atmosphere.
- Did you know that geology is a science based on the study of the origin and history of the Earth, and all the physical, chemical and biological changes it has undergone.
- Did you know that oceanography is a science that explores and studies the oceans.
- Did you know that paleontology is a science that studies prehistoric life forms.
- Did you know that meteorology is a science that deals with the atmosphere and its phenomena, such as weather and climate.
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