Top 10 Lies We Learned In School
School is meant to educate us and prepare us for life and the world, but what happens when some of what you learn is incorrect? Here is another edition to our top 10 lies we learned in school.
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I never understood why people would say the 10% of the brain thing. Like that doesn’t even make sense when you think about it, like, why would you have all that brain if you didn’t use it? I never believed it.
This video should be called ten things people think are true but aren't. I can't remember being taught any of these things in school but I've heard them all said in regular conversation and in tv shows and films.
I'm in the college history class as a feeshman. I learned about the actual story of King Henry's wifes. My 67 y/o teacher ended the lesson by saying "in conclusion! King Henry was a man hoe" I actually cried from laughing so hard
Another lie we're taught in school today, "the civil war was fought over slavery." It wasn't. The civil war was fought over taxation. The Northern half of the U.S. was booming with industry and factories, while the southern half focused on farms and plantations. At first, the south supplied the north with materials, and the north supplied the south with products. However, the north began to sell products to other countries as well, meaning the south had to supply more materials, but receive less products. This angered the south, and they tried to stop supplying materials. The government (mostly located in the north) wouldn't allow it, so the south tried to separate from the nation, leading to the civil war, and Lincoln's attempts to save the nation. Slavery had almost nothing to do with it.
When I was in kindergarten I said that blood was always red to this kid who failed the previous year then he made an argument leading to him asking the teacher and she agreed with him!!! She was stupid
Here's another one that wasn't on part 1 and part 2: It's that china is is second biggest country in the world... well that's what i was told in 1st grade :P And in 2nd grade i found out that Canada was the second biggest country in the world...
Apparently you haven’t graduated College ! As Chameleons do use their ability to blend (camouflage) to protect themselves from other Apex predators such as Eagles,Hawks Etc ! It’s true that the change colors to communicate but do so as a defense mechanism ! I’ve only have 2 masters degrees one in Psychology and one in Anthropology so i do know what I’m talking about ! !
ITS HARD FOR ME TO THINK THAT PEOPLE STILL BELIEVE THAT WE LIVE ON A SPHERE OR ROUND PLANET ! GOOGLE THE FIRMAMENT AS MENTIONED IN THE BIBLE.THE FIRST BOOK THE FIRST FEW PAGES ALSO MENTIONED MANY TIMES IN OTHER BOOKS ALSO IN THE BIBLE ! ! !
Tell my doctors that about the water! They all say 8 glasses a day. One nurse said I wasn't drinking enough water, because I told her I only drink when I am thirsty. She said that if I waited until I was thirsty, then it meant I was dehydrated. Lol. Wow. 😂😂
Well regarding the helmets :D I opened a random book in our library, and not a single Viking helmet was with horns (but I need to say, I work as an archaeologist and thus that might be it, cause it's king of professional literature) :D
I think that the south should've been able to break. It was like what Britan did it us, trying to keep us from becoming independent. I DO NOT AGREE WITH SLAVERY. But I do agree with the independence of nations.
Technically Delaware was one of the 13 colonies because the United States didn’t declare its independence from Britain until July 4, 1776. According to Danny, Delaware declared its independence June, 1776 meaning it joined the colonies one month before the United States became the United States
The internet is a sea of valuable information of all accumulated human knowledge where we can delve into any subject known to man and learn every single detail about it without leaving our bedrooms. If used properly, we can all become nuclear physicists and create a Utopia of quantum power where the monetary system becomes void because we do have all the knowledge and technology as humans to satisfy all our human needs while preserving the planet’s natural resources and without any wars. It’s all there at our fingertips. But you’re idiots. We are all idiots.
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