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Some humorous Science misquotes!

  • ‘Hard Water’ is another name for ice.
  • When you smell odourless gas, it is probably carbon dioxide.
  • The Republic of Ireland has to import all its aluminium because this metal is too reactive to be found in the free state.
  • Three kinds of blood vessels are archeries, vanes and caterpillars.
  • A supersaturated solution is one that can hold more that it can hold.
  • A fossil is the remains of an extinct animal – the older it is, the more extinct it is.
  • Many women believe that drinking alcohol will have no ill effects on an unborn child but this is a serious misconception.
  • The pistle of a flower is its only protection against insects.
  • A vacuum is a large empty space where the pope lives.
  • Another name for the alimentary canal is the suggestive tract.
  • Mushrooms have an umbrella shape because they grow in damp places.
  • Sir Isaac Newton’s most famous invention was gravity.
  • The end of the Dark Ages came when Edison invented the electric light bulb.