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365 Things People Believe That Aren't True

Things People Believe That Aren t True Dinosaurs had feathers The appendix isn t useless but there are nine body parts that are Coliseum gladiators were obese and staged their fights The first robot was built years ago The Bible neve

  • Title: 365 Things People Believe That Aren't True
  • Author: James Egan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dinosaurs had feathers.The appendix isn t useless but there are nine body parts that are.Coliseum gladiators were obese and staged their fights.The first robot was built 2,400 years ago.The Bible never says what The Devil looks like.Leprosy doesn t exist.This book corrects many misconceptions people have about the human body, books, dinosaurs, words, disorders, quotes, relDinosaurs had feathers.The appendix isn t useless but there are nine body parts that are.Coliseum gladiators were obese and staged their fights.The first robot was built 2,400 years ago.The Bible never says what The Devil looks like.Leprosy doesn t exist.This book corrects many misconceptions people have about the human body, books, dinosaurs, words, disorders, quotes, religion, and unsolved mysteries that have actually been solved Read on to find out the real reason why movies were made, how angels are actually described in the Bible, discover what happened to the ancient Mayans, and the answer to the ultimate question which came first The chicken or the egg

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    1 thought on “365 Things People Believe That Aren't True

    1. 365 Fascinating ThingsIn an interesting twist on typical fact book James Egen has curated a great list of things that most people think are true but turn out to be false. This knowledge could have been presented in a dull textbook fashion but James chose to sprinkle the text with witty, sometimes sarcastic comments. Well worth a read. I'm off to buy another one of his books.

    2. Been spouting off useless facts all week since I read this book when waiting in an airport. Loads of fun. Very quick to read! Most of the facts seem well researched despite the dodgy links at the end to some odd websites that are not trustworthy at all. I only questioned 2 facts nearing the end (The fact on evolution was stupid as hell. It's not a fact, it's a theory). Apart from that it seems genuine.

    3. OkayOkay but many things have been proven to be wrong. Still not a terrible effort and worth a read

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