10 top false facts that you probably believed

10. Bulls are enraged by the color red. FALSE

Bulls, along with all other cattle, are color-blind to red. Thus, the bull is likely irritated not by the muleta's color, but by the cape's movement as the matador whips it around.
bulls, like all cattle, are dichromatic. They have only one visual pigment in the red part of the spectrum, which allows them to distinguish blue from other colours, but makes it impossible to separate red from green.Turns out, the color red isn't what causes bulls to attack. In fact, bulls don't seem to have any color preference at all. They'll charge whichever object is moving the most, which means this old myth can get tossed right out of the ring.

9. Cracking your knuckles cause arthritis FALSE!

You've probably been told that you're going to get arthritis , If you've ever cracked your knuckles around someone else...
This old mith is totally false. The cracking noise comes from the releasing of small air bubbles in your joints, and it has no detrimental effect on your joints.

8. The Great Wall of China can be seen from space. False!

Since at least 1932, when a “Ripley's Believe It or Not!” cartoon called it “the mightiest work of man, the only one that would be visible to the human eye from the moon,” people have claimed that the The Great Wall of China is visible from space. it was long before the "space age",so no one knew enough to nip it in the bud straight off.
According to NASA, the Great Wall isn’t really visible to the unaided eye from orbit, and especially isn’t visible from the moon.

7. Napoleon was extremely short. FALSE!

Napoleon was actually not short.The illusion of shortness most likely came from the fact that Napoleon was always surrounded by his "Imperial Guard," which were required to be at least 6 feet tall.
He was around the average height of men at that time (he was 5 foot 7).

6.Pulling one gray hair cause 10 more to grow in its place. FALSE!

Plucking a gray hair will only get you a new gray hair in its place because there is only one hair that is able to grow per follicle. Your surrounding hairs will not turn white until their own follicles’ pigment cells die.
When you pluck a hair a new one will grow in its place and because the pigment cells are no longer producing pigment, this new hair will also be white

5. Mount Everest Is The Tallest Mountain in the World. FALSE!

Mauna Kea is the tallest when measured from base to summit.Here's the deets: Above sea level, Mauna Kea (in Hawaii) is only 13,799 feet (4,206 meters). But when you count the crazy enormous portion of it that's underwater, it's 33,465 feet tall (10,200 meters). Everest, that snobby little upstart, is only 29,029 feet (8,848 meters) above sea level, with none of it below sea level.

4. Bats are blind. FALSE!

The saying “blind as a bat”, simply isn’t correct. The truth is that all 1,100 bat species can see.Although bats use echolocation to locate prey and obstacles in the darkness, they actually have fairly good eyesight that they rely on in the daytime.

3. If you swallow a gum it will be in your body for 7 years. FALSE!

Probably Your mom might have told you that you shouldn't swallow your gum because it stays in your digestive system for seven years.
Actually,Chewing gum will make its way out of you along with your digested food in a few days after consumption.

2. If You Touch a Baby Bird, his mother will abandoned him. FALSE!

everyone knows one thing about baby birds: you're not supposed to pick them up or else their mother will reject them because the smell of the human hand.
Wrong! Birds don't have a very strong sense of smell,and Usually, birds are quite devoted to their young and not easily deterred from taking care of them.

1. The blood inside your body is blue. FALSE!

Blood is always red, even inside your veins.veins appear blue.under the layers of your skin.
Basically, the veins are blue thanks to a trick of the light, not the color of what's inside them.

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