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50 Common Misconceptions Debunked

Misconceptions infiltrate our brains and can spread rapidly by things like word of mouth and social media. While the internet is great in that it can help us discover the truth, it can also be detrimental as lies can spread faster than ever.

In this infographic, you'll learn about 50 common misconceptions and what the truths really are, as it covers topics like history, food, technology, animals, astronomy, crime, math and religion. For example, a common myth is that fortune cookies are a Chinese tradition, when in fact they were invented by Japanese-Americans.

Or did you know that peanuts aren't actually nuts? Instead, they actually belong to the legume family and along with beans peas. The more you know! So, take this infographic and use it to not only impress your friends and family, but to learn some cool facts for yourself! Which truth to a common misconception on this infographic was the most surprising to you?

50 Common Misconceptions Debunked #infographic


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50 Common Misconceptions Debunked #infographic

50 Common Misconceptions Debunked

Misconceptions infiltrate our brains and can spread rapidly by things like word of mouth and social media. While the internet is great in that it can help us discover the truth, it can also be detrimental as lies can spread faster than ever.

In this infographic, you'll learn about 50 common misconceptions and what the truths really are, as it covers topics like history, food, technology, animals, astronomy, crime, math and religion. For example, a common myth is that fortune cookies are a Chinese tradition, when in fact they were invented by Japanese-Americans.

Or did you know that peanuts aren't actually nuts? Instead, they actually belong to the legume family and along with beans peas. The more you know! So, take this infographic and use it to not only impress your friends and family, but to learn some cool facts for yourself! Which truth to a common misconception on this infographic was the most surprising to you?

50 Common Misconceptions Debunked #infographic


infographic by: www.titlemax.com

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