A few facts that will likely never help you in any capacity. Enjoy (30 Photos)


  • --B

    You guys REALLY need to stop stealing entire threads from ebaums…..

  • Phillipmw

    #11 is wrong

    The most likely explanation for the wave-like noise is ambient noise from around you. The seashell that you are holding just slightly above your ear captures this noise, which resonates inside the shell. The size and shape of the shell therefore has some effect on the sound you hear. Different shells sound different because different shells accentuate different frequencies. You don't even need the seashell to hear the noise. You can produce the same "ocean" sound using an empty cup or even by cupping your hand over your ear. Go ahead and try it and vary the distance at which you place the cup near your ear. The level of the sound will vary depending on the angle and distance the cup is from your ear.

  • Chivette

    15 … table tennis*

  • MonkeyMadness

    #8 I don't really buy that one.

  • TBagTony

    #29 Not true.

  • http://twitter.com/nicktadd @nicktadd

    Number 11 is incorrect.

  • http://twitter.com/justinjihia @justinjihia

    as a resident of nairobi, kenya, I have to point out that #29's complete utter bullshit, shame on anyone who believed that

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