Friday, April 1, 2011


Your voice is as distinctive as your fingerprints. No one else in the world has the same voice as yours.

A fat person, as compared to a skinny person, has lesser chance for drowning since the fat cells have tiny pockets of air in them and can therefore help to keep the person afloat.

According to science of body language, if an individual shifts while talking, it means he disagrees or wants to change sides.

As many as 900 pencils can be made with the amount of carbon present in our body.

The nail on your middle finger grows fastest. Your thumb nail is the slowest to grow.

A yawn may be telling you that your body needs more oxygen.

Only one person in 2 billion will live to be 116 years or older.

We lose the equivalent of a pint or more of water every day just breathing.

The thyroid bone in your throat is the only bone in the body that is not attached to another bone.

Children of busmen tribe living in the central parts of South Africa can follow the track of their own mother’s feet without any confusion.

The skin is the largest organ of the body and weighs twice as much as the brain.

It is physically impossible to lick your elbow.

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