12 facts about science and technology that you probably did not know
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12 facts about science and technology that you probably did not know
Some interesting trivia from the world of technology so you do not forget. Certain information may seem irrelevant , but they are more obvious to fascinate all those who love technology . The site Learn Something Everyday listed some of them you probably did not know . -In the movie " E.T. - The Extra-Terrestrial , "the sound of the steps of ET was made with gelatin. -Mr. Potato Head (from the movie "Toy Story " ) was the first toy to have an advertisement on TV . -If you shout for 8 years , 7 months and 6 days, you will produce enough energy to heat one cup of coffee. -The Earth gets 100 tons heavier every day due to falling space dust . -Superman is the hero portrayed on TV more . -The percentage of people dreaming in black and white decreased after the popularization of TV . -The eyes of a person can detect 10 million shades of different colors. -It took 8 hours to stay still to be photographed for the first camera invented . -Barofobia is the fear of gravity. -Scientists found alcohol in space . -The speed of rotation of the Earth is 1674.4 km / h . -The Bill Gates house was designed on an Apple computer
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What’s Next in Wearable Technology?

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The growth of Smart wearable Tech marches on...what about smart hats?

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