5 Interesting Facts You didn’t ever Google them
1. Why is Sky blue?
2. Why aren’t there any dinosaurs?
3. Why do trees change colors?
If you’ve been nearby kids long enough you know the continuous fire of questions that as easy as they seem, often have you scratching your head. However just because we grow up doesn’t mean that our curiosity about the world around us goes away. so if you’re ready to finally get the answers to the random questions that lie abandoned in the back of your brain, then you’re reading the right article
#5 Why do you get goosebumps?
Goosebumps form when little muscles at the bottom of hair follicles contract. In the animal kingdom, it helps them heat up quicker by standing each hair on end and creating a sort of insulation. In case of danger, having all their hairs in the first standing helps an animal look bigger and more threatening in front of an enemy and even though we don’t need fur to keep us warm or scare off our enemies, human still get goosebumps in cold weather or in emotional states.
Its the result of an instinctual release of adrenaline which means that goosebumps are just an evolutionary hand-me-down from our ancestors.
#4 Why does your voice sound unusual on a recording?
Have you ever heard your own voice on a recording? Utterly unrecognizable, isn’t it?
What causes this is the ability of our bones to conduct sound. Other people hear the sound waves of your voice coming only by the air, and a recording also includes just these pitches.
Yet the way we catch our own voices is a mixture of the natural sounds and the low-frequency sounds conducted by the bones of our skulls. That’s why the first recording of your voice may come to you as a shocking surprise.
#3 Why do you get a brain freeze from cold drinks or foods?
We all know the pleasure killing the feeling of a brain freeze while eating ice cream or drinking a slushy or maybe it’s even happened to you when you breathe the air while jogging in the park on a cold day. The thing is that when something icy touches the roof of your mouth, the nerve center located there tends to overreact in a panicked attempt to warm up your brain.
The nerves tell the blood vessels in the head to swell up. Jeezz nerves, calm down and let me enjoy my milkshake. Lucky for us, this stabbing pain typically lasts mo more half a minute or so.
#2 Why does the sun darken your skin yet lighten your hair?
Both events, the sun’s UV beams break down melanin which is the pigment effective for the color of your skin. The difference is in fact that hair is made up of dead cells while skin cells are alive. The pigment is destroyed by the sun. It’s not replenished in the hair, so it gets lighter.
Your skin, however, answers to the sun’s aggression with a stronger replenishment of melanin thus making the color darker and giving you that glowing summary tab.
#1 Why does time pass slowly for a child?
You get the feeling that between each of your birthdays time is speeding up. Well, that’s probably because when you were a child, you had to remember more events. Children are only starting to get acquainted with the world around them, and your mind has to assemble more data. So their year includes more new and unusual events than that of a grown-up.
Adults have been there done that so to say which means that they can rely on previous experiences to quickly get through current situations but a child doesn’t have this experience, so they take time analyzing much more information, so maybe the true expression would be time flies when you’re having to be an adult.