I get this question a lot of times. Do deaf people have voices inside their heads like the rest of us? If yes, what do they hear? And how are they able to do that?
When a cold breeze softly touches our skin, when we hear beautiful music, or when we get scared, we surely notice one thing – our body hair somehow stands erect, giving us the sensation popularly known as goosebumps. But why do we have goosebumps in the first place?
Before the Galileo Galilei’s discovery of Ganymede (along with three other Jovian moons) humans have always thought that the moon is the only moon. But, as history proves it many times, early humans are wrong. In fact, after the discovery of Galilei, humans came to the belief that the planets revolve around the sun instead […]
In 2002, Richard Wiseman of the University of Hertfordshire asked the world what is the funniest joke ever. He created a website called Laugh Lab and asked people to rate and submit jokes. His aim, of course, is to find out what joke appealed most to the world, using different demographic, cultural, and geographical factors.