10 things we didn't know last week

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1. The sound of rustling tin foil can give cats seizures.

Find out more (Telegraph)

2. People underestimate how much fun they'll have alone, and overestimate how much others even notice.

Find out more (Guardian)

3. Printing out the entire internet - not including the dark web - would require about eight million trees.

Find out more (Metro)

4. Children confined to the middle seat on car journeys grow up to be more successful.

Find out more (Telegraph)

5. Wearing a suit encourages people to think more broadly and holistically.

Find out more (The Atlantic)

6. You're more likely to have a "female" brain if your right thumb is at the top when you clasp your hands together.

Find out more (Independent)

7. Smart bullets curve their trajectory in mid-flight to hit moving targets.

Find out more (The Verge)

8. Humblebragging is less effective than bragging.

Find out more (New York Magazine)

9. China has more vineyards than France.

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10. Tattoos can cause Apple's smartwatch to malfunction, as the ink interferes with the device's sensor.

Find out more (Smithsonian)

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