Human body is on of the most complex yet beautiful creation of God. The capabilities and abilities are limitless.
With the evolution humans are becoming better and we are finding new things about human body. According to the old concept, we have only five senses – sight, smell, sound, touch, and taste. But, science now tells that there is more to it, our body is not just limited to five senses.
In a particular study, the researchers hid the snakes in a garden and asked a group of women to detect the snakes as quickly as they can. If was found that the ovulating women found the snakes more quickly than others. It was due to the high sense of detecting danger in their surroundings. Another interesting superpower women have, is detecting gay people (not lesbians). The reason being, gay people are less likely to abandon a woman for another woman.
The behaviour of the water molecules change as the water heats up. Molecules are denser in cold water and vice versa in hot water. Hence, it sounds different.
You might have been in a situation where you meet a new person and from psychological judgements. You could have been right because due to the evolution we can sense emotions and intentions by just smell.
There was a study conducted by the University of Rochester. The study showed that you can see your hands in the dark even if you are blindfolded. When you move your hands in front of you, your eyes move along them from behind the blindfold.
There is a small group of people in the world called tetrachromats which can see colors we cannot imagine. They might be superhumans. The rainbow contains all the colors of the visible spectrum and the color pink is not there. We still see it, the fact is that it's imaginary.
Men are very adept at noticing changes when a woman is ovulating. When women are ovulating, their voice chane, the hips get larger and their skin becomes blushier.
On ground the hearing range of humans is up to 20,000 hertz. But underwater humans can hear up to 200,000 hertz, much more than most of the fish in the sea.
In a study, researchers put photos of sad and happy people in front of blind people. Blind people were able to tell whether the people in the photos were happy or sad correctly, most of the times.
It's true that your skin can smell. It uses its ability to heal itself. Soothing smells accelerate skin healing, and foul smells deteriorate this healing.