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Immaculate Misconceptions

Immaculate Misconceptions

What makes up our make-up?

Make-Up plays a huge role in many of our lives. From fully putting on a face for a night out, to stage make-up, to...

Immaculate Misconceptions: The superfood myth

When it comes to food, I’m a lazy person. I like to eat by all means, but when I’m at university, the irresistible pull...

Immaculate Misconceptions: Does time speed up as you get older?

2015, where did that year go? It seems only yesterday that I was counting down the hours to the end of 2014, eagerly anticipating...

Myths of the mind

In a society where mental health is stigmatised, the average person (having not experienced or learnt about any mental illnesses themselves) is likely to...

Immaculate Misconceptions: The truth behind ‘breaking the seal’

It's a terribly frustrating situation the majority of us will have encountered before, and we will on many more occasions during freshers week and the...

Immaculate Misconceptions: Brontosaurus is back

Ever since Jurassic Park, many of us have fallen in love with dinosaurs and they have inspired the imagination of children everywhere. The Tyrannosaurs Rex, the...

Immaculate Misconceptions: Twinkle twinkle little LIE

Our Immaculate Misconceptions feature sees writer Kathryn Egerton, destroying our childhood nursery rhymes. No, stars do not twinkle - we're all living a lie. Twinkle, twinkle, little star, how...

Immaculate Misconceptions: I spy with my naked eye, not The Great...

Another wonderful addition to our Immaculate Misconceptions feature! Isabelle Rogerson obliterates the myth that you can see 'The Great Wall of China' from outer...

Immaculate Misconceptions: Memory of a goldfish

Meet Bob. Bob is a goldfish, one of the 125 different types that drift in circles around spherical glass tanks in the homes of...

Immaculate Misconceptions: “We only use 10% of our brains”

 NEW feature dedicated to absolute obliteration of the common scientific and technological myths! Think pseudoscience meets Einstein.  Ever sat down and stared really hard at a spoon, trying to...

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