In experiments conducted to test the limits of biofeedback and the validity of yoga, an Indian yogi was able to change his body temperature, temporarily stop his heart, and even briefly cease brain activity through meditation.
The Denver International Airport is filled with strange and provocative art and has many peculiar design characteristics, leading many people to believe the architects were leaving clues to warn of some future tragedy.
The mircobeads found in many face soaps are just tiny plastic balls and are actually cause a significant amount of pollution and environmental damage.
To this day, no one knows the intended purpose of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Despite mainstream Egyptologists believing the structure was meant to be a tomb, nothing was stored in it, no one was buried in it, and the bizarre design of its inner chambers has no apparent function.
There was a small group of Korean soldiers during World War II who were captured and forced into the Japanese army, then captured and forced into the Soviet army, then captured and forced into the Nazi German army, and ended up fighting in the Invasion of Normandy where they were captured once again by American forces.
In English, “thou” is actually the singular informal second-person pronoun, like “tú” is Spanish and “tu” in French. “You” is technically a plural formal pronoun, closer to the Spanish “ustedes” or the French “vous.”
The most wanted person in Nazi Germany was a pretty, 32 year old woman from New Zealand. Known to the Gestapo as “The White Mouse,” this woman worked for the French Resistance, during which she fought several German soldiers, commanded a group of guerrilla fighters, and even killed a Nazi commander with her bare hands. She was the most decorated woman of World War II.
There is a religion called Christian atheism. Practitioners believe in essentially the same things as traditional Christians except that the Bible is completely metaphorical and that God and/or Jesus is an allegory for human morality rather than a real being.