Your Ears Can Be Used To Identify You
The shape of the human auricle (the outer, visible part of the ear) is unique to each individual. And just like your thumb print and your tongue print, it represents a viable means of personal identification. It represents an accurate means of personal identification. Current technology can correctly identify an individual ear about 99.6% of the time.
Coffee Drinkers Tend To Live Longer Than Non-Coffee Drinkers
A series of studies have shown that coffee drinkers tend to live longer than people who don’t drink coffee. By the way, i’m talking about regular coffee drinkers – be it caffeinated or decaffeinated.
You Can Die Of Laughter
Did you know that a laughing fit can actually cause death? Laughing fits can place great stress on the heart and if you are suffering from a heart and/or lung condition, asphyxiation and a possible heart attack is a possibility.
But there’s no reason to worry. Only fits of laughter can cause this. Laughter is and will forever be the best medicine.
The More Creative You Are, The Longer You Live
One study, that followed veterans over the course of several decades, found that the more creative the person, the lower their risk of death. Other studies have linked longevity with creative activities or careers. Researchers believe that this may stem from creative types being more able to manage stress and maintain a healthier brain through creative thinking.
People Who Live Above Sea Level Live Longer Than Those Who Don’t
Generally, people who live at high altitudes tend to live longer than those who stay at sea level. According to scientists, living at high altitudes forces the body to adapt to the lower oxygen levels and this can cause physiological changes in the way the heart functions. This seems to benefit some people, and increases average life expectancy by one to four years. But for those with existing heart and lung conditions, living at high altitudes can pose a very serious problem.
Plants Helps Humans Increase Concentration and Creativity
Having a plant on your desk, or reading/working close to one can greatly increase attention spans. People unconsciously take mini-breaks from studying/work to look at the plants and this – for some reason – refreshes and increases their concentration the moment they go back to what they were doing.
Only 2% Of The World’s Population Have Green Eyes
True green is considered to be the rarest eye color in the world. This color is most common in people with North and Central European descent, but they are also found in people with heritage from the Middle East and Asia. While eye color was once thought to be controlled by only one or two genes, scientists now believe up to 12 genes influence eye color. This can make it difficult to accurately predict what eye colors people might inherit from their parents.