CBS Local — A new survey has found that a third of young millennials in the U.S. aren’t convinced the Earth is actually round. The national poll reveals that 18 to 24-year-olds are the largest group in the country who refuse to accept the scientific facts of the world’s shape.
It’s almost impossible for anyone to continue to choose a life of tedious grief after becoming fully enlightened to the fact that ineffectiveness is a choice, even among the most ineffective of us. It is the direct outcome of unproductive beliefs and behaviors.
So here are nine things to stop believing:
I think I can, I think I can. Believe. You can fly if you just believe. I won’t die if you just believe.
Why does it seem many people begin with political preferences and then try to find reasons justifying their inclinations? Why is it so difficult to sway people who care deeply about politics no matter how compelling the facts or persuasive the prose? University of Nebraska-Lincoln research may help to answer these questions.
Just because its a myth doesn’t mean its wrong, right?
What’s common between the Lochness monster, Yeti and radiation from PC monitor causing cancer? Well, they all are myths! One of the long timer in the list of tech related myths is switching off power without shutting down damages the PC.
Also, many believe that as their email account is password-proof it can never be hacked. Well, with no grounding there are many such myths that haunt the tech world. Here we bring you some of the most common myths that most people think are true.