Top Sight Facts
1. Blind people are four times more likely to have nightmares than sighted people.
2. People who keep their breakfast cereal in plain sight end up weighing about 20 lbs more than those who put it in the cupboard.
3. Pirates wore earrings because they believed it improved their eyesight.
4. The reason for "sightings" of Bloody Mary, is because of something called the "Caputo effect" - Where your own reflection becomes distorted.
5. When a person dies, their sense of hearing is the last to go. Touch and sight are the first
6. While you are not required by law to report UFO sightings, the Mutual UFO Network expresses that you are obligated to.
7. Poor eyesight (myopia) is associated with higher IQ.
8. Outdoor cats tend to be farsighted, while most indoor cats are nearsighted.
9. Poor eyesight is associated with higher intelligence.
10. 41% of people surveyed said they would consider buying a house that has reported ghost sightings.
11. Malaysian exploding ants can turn themselves into a bomb at the sight of an enemy.
12. Sitting too close to the TV will not ruin your eyesight.
13. Playing video games increases creativity, enables more detailed sight, improves concentration and makes people happier.
14. On average, dogs have better eyesight than humans, although not as colorful.
15. Red is the last color to go and the first to return when people lose and regain their eyesight.
16. Crying is good for your eyesight. Tears provide moister for our eyes and prevents dehydration.
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