America is Falling Behind In Science, 13 Science Facts They Didn't Teach You in School

Was science your favorite subject in school? Many students are enthralled with all the possibilities of the three different branches of science; biology, chemistry, and physics. Many teachers do their best to make science interesting to students, but the truth is that America’s school system simply isn’t as good as it could be. Many students have a mind for science, but they are poorly taught, and as a result, they never end up pursuing science in their lifetimes.

Science is full of amazing possibilities, and there are so many different fascinating branches that you can study. If you think geology is boring, maybe you’re better suited to learning about astrophysics or microbiology! Contrary to popular belief, when it comes to science, there’s something out there for everyone. Even just one interesting fact can be enough to spark a child’s curiosity, which can lead to a whole lifetime of learning, and even the development of a successful career.

Even if you’re too old to switch career fields and become a scientist, it’s never too late to pick up a hobby, or a few books from your local library. One of the amazing things about being a human is having the possibility to grow and change all throughout your life.

So, if you always imagined that science was boring, be prepared to have your mind blown. In today’s video, we’re going to take a look at some incredible science facts that we’re sure your school curriculum didn’t cover. From astronomy to mycology, we’re sure that there will be something in this video for everyone. While most of the facts in this video will cover some of the crazy things that go on our planet, we have a few facts that are truly out of this world. Make sure you stick around to find out which planet in our own solar system might contain extraterrestrial life! We hope you like this video, and don’t forget to subscribe to Facts Verse for more!

13 Science Facts They Didn’t Teach You in School
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