Thursday, July 18, 2024

Your brain is constantly eating itself. This process is called phagocytosis, where cells envelop and consume smaller cells or molecules to remove them from the system. Don’t worry! Phagocytosis isn’t harmful, but actually helps preserve your grey matter.

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Pine trees can tell if it's about to rain. Next time you see a pine cone, take a close look. If it’s closed, that’s because the air is humid, which can indicate rain is on its way.

Your brain burns 400-500 calories a day.

Electrons might live forever. Scientists have estimated the minimum lifetime of the electron is about 6.6 × 10^28 years – this is 66,000 ‘yottayears’.


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