Best Weird But True Facts In National Geographic Kids MagazinesMinecraftcrazy530 In every issue, there are always some "Weird But True" facts in them, and they are pretty interesting. Here are some of the best ones I have found.
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We know black light is is just simple UV light. I think a ripe banana has the ability to re-emit light with lengthened wavelength that falls on it, thus the colored light which has the shortest wavelength (violet) present in white light changes to yellow and the rest go past infrared.
In case of black light, the UV wave is changed to blue, and thus we see the blue banana. - Kiteretsunu
" What's that crawling"? The cockroach is still alive! - PinkFloyd87
This actually inspired me to try and find other past and future years that looked the same right side up and upside down. - Minecraftcrazy530V 2 Comments
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2. Ripe bananas appear blue under a black light
3. The candy corn made each year could circle the Earth nearly 6 times