7.5.14

Here Are 22 Awesome Things You Didn’t Learn In School

source: Worthytoshare

This is how an ant walks.

This is how vining plants grow and find support.
If a star is devoured by a black hole, this is what it looks like.

This is how chain links are put together.

As a cheetah runs, it will rotate its tail to cancel rotational inertia and minimize torque.

When dogs drink water, it is much more graceful than it appears.

This could be how the Easter Island heads were transported.

If you cracked an egg underwater, this is what it would look like.

While in the womb, a human face starts out looking like a misshapen potato.

When a spring falls, this is what it looks like.

Flying snakes (chrysopelea) exist. You should probably run.

The gas sulphur hexaflouride is much denser than air.

This is how a key works.

This is what happens when a ladybug flies.

Here’s an awesome example of linear momentum to angular momentum transition.

There are some octopi that are REALLY good at camouflage.

This is a neat trick you can do with some older computer monitors.

Delicious Pop-Tarts are made like this.

This is how big Earth is compared to the largest known star.

The sun doesn’t set during an arctic summer.

This is what the Pythagorean theorem (a² + b² = c²) looks like.

Snake venom does THIS to blood.

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