27 Common Misconceptions About Everyday Life
Beans are used to make coffee, chameleons vary in color to blend in with their environment and Mount Everest is the world’s “tallest” mountain.
Those are some current “facts” that we think are real, yet professionals have (annoyingly) pointed out are misconceptions. While Everest is considered the world’s highest peak, others argue that it should not have the title considering Mauna Kea is the highest peak when assessed from bottom to top. Others are outright lies, such as the myth that the Great Wall of China is visible from space and the idea that caffeine dehydrates the body.
Here are a bunch of other common misunderstandings we have about the world…