1> The earth was generally accepted to be a sphere by scientists nearly 2000 years ago. The notion that the spherical earth wasn't known until the 15th century is a 19th century invention. Columbus knew the earth was round. All sailors did.<br />
2> St. Augustine, who lived in the 5th century, not only knew that the earth was round, but also, argued that Genesis in the Bible should NOT be taken literally.
your eyeballs stay the same size from birth until you die.<br />
a male shark has two penises.
1. There is no such thing as facts, nothing is for sure. 2. Death is coming.
1) Reality exists
2) Reality is in the mind of the observer
1. Congress votes for its own pay raises. <br />
2. We gave them the right to do it.
After you die, Internal bacteria and external insects start your decomposing process.<br />
Wood boring beetles eventually will invade a casket buried 6 ft. under, in order to aid in the final decomposing phase.<br />
Yep, I am well aware that I have a rather strange "hobby"!
There is no actual matter, just energy and force.<br />
We're biologically wired to completely reject that notion.
At birth a baby girl already has all her eggs, i can only think of one
Crabsitcks do not actaually contain any crab . Manufacturers have had to label them `Seafood sticks` to avoid big fines !