There you can learn that Napoleon did not have a Napoleon complex, that searing meat does not seal in moisture, that sugar does not cause hyperactivity in kids, that bats are not blind, that people don't only use 10% of their brains, that you don't lose most of your body heat through your head, and so on.
- In the great wood vs. plastic cutting-board debate, I read something which linked to this article. The whole bit got removed, though, by the time I looked back (apparently for not being a common enough misconception). I was very glad to see it before it got removed, though, because I have been wondering about that for awhile. (It may be back again when you look. It appears to be in a constant state of revision.)