Did you know...
- ... that deforestation in Brazil could be linked to higher rates of the severe fungal infection caused by P. lutzii, a neglected tropical disease?
- ... that research into digital media use and mental health (pictured) has found that females are more likely to be affected by problematic social media use while males are more likely to have gaming disorder?
- ... the fact that there’s maybe too much emphasis on facts these days, or maybe there are just too many facts?
- ... that a discourse given by the Buddha to his only son, Rāhula (depiction shown), became one of the seven Buddhist texts recommended for study in the inscriptions of Emperor Aśoka?
- ... that Sheila Heaney, director of the Women's Royal Army Corps, visited the United States in 1972 to study how women were being integrated into the U.S. Army?
- ... that Narendra Modi's experiences in dealing with the after-effects of the 2001 Gujarat earthquake led him to propose the Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure?
- ... that Harry Caray called his first Major League Baseball game on radio station WTMV in the St. Louis area?
- ... that Chinese admiral Wei Jinshan was awarded the Medal of Honour by President Xi Jinping and the Order of the National Flag by North Korea?
- ... that Fort George Amusement Park, which featured roller coasters, carousels, and Ferris wheels, was in Upper Manhattan in a locality once referred to as "Harlem's Coney Island"?
- ... that Swiss pediatrician Heinrich Willi was among the first to recognise the potential of bone marrow aspiration as a diagnostic technique?
- ... that the Colombian television series Bolívar used 6,000 extras?
So many facts - Anthropology - Art - Human rights - Sociology - Politics - Psychology - Society & Culture - Technology - Journalism - Philosophy - Law - Medicine More of what we know of what we know of what we know...
Some quality image snaps from my travels, public domain for anyone!, no attribution required.
Anthropology - Art - Language conservation and preservation - Human rights (the western construct, others think different) - Sociology - Politics - Psychology - Society & Culture - Technology - Journalism - Philosophy - Law - Medicine