Top Five Interesting Facts About The Science

The world is full of interesting, fun, and fascinating people, places, facts and things. Here are the 5 Most Interesting Facts are discussed below.


1) World's First Bionic Arm

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In August 1998, the world’s first bionic arm was fitted to Campbell Aird at the Princess Margaret Rose Hospital in Edinburgh, United Kingdom. The arm, the first to have a powered shoulder, elbow, wrist and fingers, was controlled by electronic micro-sensors (and presumably a bit of witchcraft) that sent pulses to the arm.

2) World's First Heartless Human

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Craig Lewis, a world's first heartless human able to live without heart. Doctors from the Texas Heart Institute have successfully replaced a patient’s heart with a device that keeps the blood flowing. The turbine-like device, that are simple whirling rotors, developed by the doctors does not beat like a heart, rather provides a ‘continuous flow’. Craig Lewis was a 55-year-old, dying from amyloidosis, which causes a build-up of abnormal proteins. 

3) World's Deepest Postbox

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Susami Bay, a fishing town in Japan with a population of 5,000, is in the Guinness World Record for having the deepest underwater postbox at a depth of 10 meters off the coast.

4) MRI Machine that can Record your Dreams

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In a successful study, Japanese scientists have found a way to use magnetic resonance imaging to eliminate the night-time impressions of the unconscious brain. Japanese scientists have successfully developed an MRI machine that can record your dreams and recreate them for you to see when you wake up.

5) Veronica Seider has vision 20x better than average Human

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The visual acuity of the normal human eye is 20/20, while that of Veronica cedar is about 20/2. There was a German woman named Veronica Seider (super human) had vision 20x better than average. She could identify people more than a mile (1.6 km) away.

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