20 Everyday Things That Science Still Can't Explain

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Our world is brimming with discoveries and innovations, and thanks to science, you don't have to take any of it on faith. Only as it turns out, sometimes you do. There are aspects of our daily lives that scientists looked at, shrugged their shoulders, and decided to green-light anyway.

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Medicine can't explain how antidepressants works PROZAC DETA 20 mo Antidepressants raise the levels of neurotransmitters in the brain, but the brain u

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SCIENTISTS STILL CAN'T AGREE WHY WOMEN HAVE ORGASMS. While researchers have all kinds of theories, we really just don't know if the female climax was

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20 Everyday Things That Science Still Can't Explain

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Where does consciousness come from? Scientists have no idea. They can't even pinpoint the area of the brain responsible for consciousness.

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There are two theories that attempt to explain how bicycles stabilize while in motion. Gyroscopic theory explains that a bike stays upright WIPI becau

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Why do we yawn and why is it SO contagious? Scientists haven't reached a consensus for the reason behind this common reflex. Some say that it chills t

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Although scientists found ways to improve intuition they don't know how it actually works. CRACKED.COM

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Acquired Savant Syndrome is a remarkable condition where ordinary people develop incredible skills, usually after head trauma. Derek Amato is one of t


We really don't understand how artificial intelligence works. Just like human brains, Al uses complex neural networks to solve problems and learn. But

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Why do humans love music? There's no definitive answer. A few theories suggest that our brains love patterns, and recognize that music is a pattern. O

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Have you ever wondered why we close our eyes during kissing? Besides the obvious awkwardness, it could be to heighten the touch sensation or increase


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Why does cracking our knuckles make such a loud sound? TINA SmAomis Researchers say that the sound knuckle cracking makes comes from gas bubbles insid

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20 Everyday Things That Science Still Can't Explain

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Science doesn't know how you get hung overo Scientists don't know what makes you feel nauseous, dizzy, and thirsty long after alcohol has left your bo

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20 Everyday Things That Science Still Can't Explain


20 Everyday Things That Science Still Can't Explain