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Copyright © 2011InteractiveScienceLessons.com FactOpinion 1. The Great Wall of China is visible from space. 2. A 1901 light bulb is still burning today. 3. Toilets flush opposite directions between the northern and southern hemisphere. 4. The average person swallows eight spiders per year. 5. Earth s tides are caused by the moon s gravity pulling on earth. 6. Sylvia Browne is a proven psychic. 7. A giant asteroid collision is going to kill us all in The Apollo moon landing was a hoax. 9. Numerous videos prove there are UFO s. 10. The sky is blue because of the reflection off the ocean. 11. The seasons occur because we get closer and further from the sun. 12. The moon rotates at the same rate it revolves (its day is as long as its year). 13. Eggs can be balanced on end on the equinox. 14. On May 3, 2000, 5 planets lined up perfectly. 15. Such alignments can cause earthquakes, floods and in some cases split the planet in two. 16. My horoscope is accurate enough that I should live my life by it. 17. Three of the first five presidents of the United States died on July 4 th. x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
Copyright © 2011InteractiveScienceLessons.com 1.Compare the Fact statements with the Opinion statements. How do they sound different? A. B. Opinions-sensational, extreme Facts- provable, more calm, etc.. 2. Why do we believe in things that cannot possibly be true? A. B. C. D. E. To account for variations in observation To sound intelligent To be on the inside To express distrust in those in authority Entertainment (boredom)
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