Martin Luther King and Anne Frank would be the same age as Barbara Walters if they were alive today. We tend to think they lived in very different times, but they were all born #MLKDay - iFunny :)
Martin Luther King and Anne Frank would be the same age as Barbara Walters if they were alive today. We tend to think they lived in very different times, but they were all born #MLKDay – popular memes on the site ifunny.co
An anatomical diagram and model of the human muscular system in a spear throwing pose, composed of the names of the muscles using typography. Includes the location and relationships of the biceps, triceps, quadriceps, abductor, adductor, rectus, abdominis, tensor, laterals, medialis, magnus, femoris, tibialis, infraspinatus, deltoid, temporalis, frontalis, orbicularis, oculi, oris, brachialis, gluteus, soleus, gastrocnemius, semitendinosus, oblique, external, internal, supinator, pronator…
How Much Land We Would Need to Supply the World with Solar Energy
According to a diploma thesis by Nadine May, we would need much less room to supply the entire world with solar energy than you would have thought. The issue,
Slideshow that introduces the concept of symmetry to students. Uses real world examples of point symmetry, line symmetry, translations, reflections and rotations. ...
Random #242 – 50 Interesting Facts About Everything | Fact Republic
1. Robin Williams was asked to appear for the final night of Monty Python Live. He declined citing 'severe depression'. He committed suicide the following month. The DVD of the night was dedicated to Robin Williams upon release.
35 Fantastic Facts about Hollywood Actresses - Part 3 | Fact Republic
1. Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop sold "bio-frequency stickers" made of the "carbon material NASA uses to line space suits" they claimed would "rebalance the energy frequency in our bodies." When alerted to the product, NASA said their spacesuits weren’t even lined with carbon material.
50 Surprising Human Body Facts You Probably Didn't Know | Fact Republic
01. The fizzy sensation on your tongue from carbonated drinks is not caused by the tiny bubbles popping. The fizz is our actual taste of carbon dioxide. 02. The tongue map that shows parts of the tongue responsible for different aspects of taste is the result of a mistranslation from a German paper and is not true.