Top 5 biggest lies taught in Nepali school

School is meant to educate us and prepare us for life and the world, but what happens when some of what you learn is incorrect? These are the top 5 lies we learned in school.

5. The tongue map.

The tongue map or taste map is a common misconception that different sections of the tongue are responsible for different basic tastes. It is illustrated with a map of the tongue, with certain parts of the tongue labeled for each taste. Although widely taught in schools, this was scientifically disproved by later research; all taste sensations come from all regions of the tongue, although different parts are more sensitive to certain tastes. The entire surface of the tongue equally detects different tastes, whether it's sweet, salt, bitter or sour.

4. Bats are blind.

we all have probably learned in school that bats are blind, but in reality they aren’t. bats hunt at night with the help of echo location. But this don’t mean they are blind. Bats can see their surroundings and some bats can even see better than we human beings. But we are taught that bats are blind. but the fact is, all bat species have eyes and are capable of sight.

3. We have only 5 senses.

We were always taught in school that Humans have five senses, sight, hearing, taste, touch, and smell. Although there is no doubt that they are senses, but this is not the full story. Some neurologist believe that there are any where up to 21 distinct human senses, balance, hunger, thirst, fullness of the stomach, itching, are also some of the senses of human beings

2. Orange mane suntala.

In our lower classes , we studied that orange is called suntala in Nepali. But in reality it is not truth, because orange actually means junar in Nepali. suntala is known as tangerine in English. If you don’t believe me than type orange in Google and see the result images and do same with the word tangerine and compare the result images, you will see the truth

1. Nepal is the second richest country in water resources after Brazil

The biggest lie that we learned in school is that Nepal is second richest country in water resources, after Brazil. But in fact, Nepal doesn't even lie in top 10, and India is even ahead of Nepal in terms of water resources. That second position what we are talking about is occupied by Russia . according to Wikipedia , Nepal lies in 43rd position in terms of renewable water resources. So if anybody says that our Nepal is second richest country in terms of water resources then , tell them the truth

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