01. Lincoln’s bodyguard recalls before his assassination Lincoln had dreamt of a covered corpse guarded by soldiers. One soldier said, “President was killed by an assassin.” Previously Lincoln told his cabinet about his dream of sailing across an unknown body of water.
1. A woman named Joy Milne was able to smell Parkinson's disease. In a study, she was able to accurately identify 11/12 patients with Parkinson's disease. And not a year later the last patient was also diagnosed, making her record 12/12.
1. Churels are female ghosts with a tragic backstory. They are often women who died during childbirth or due to other traumatic circumstances. In appearance, they are depicted as disheveled, with long, untangled hair & backward-facing feet. Churels are known to haunt those who wrong them in life, seeking revenge.
01. T. Gondii is a brain parasite that spreads through cat feces. In rats it slows them down and makes them less fearful. In humans it causes attraction to cats, but one study showed infected humans were risks takers and were successful entrepreneurs.
If you find yourself criticizing movies and TV shows constantly, you might need to work on your “suspension of disbelief” – the willingness to avoid overthinking about every little detail and just enjoying what you’re watching.Okay, we admit that plot holes can be very annoying, to the point where they can even ruin an entire film. But these specific plot holes or “unexplained” things, actually have very reasonable explanations – and here they are.