Not all hot dogs contain human DNA, but a 2015 study found 6 of the 345 hot dogs they studied contained human DNA, 4 of which were vegetarian products.
Culture is a broad category referring to the way we experience, classify, and share our humanity. The arts, a subdivision of culture, focus on expression of experiences and ideas.
Arts and Culture include subjects like film and television, food and drink, video games, visual arts, performing arts, mass media, sports, literature, and more.
To quantize is to restrict something to a set of values. In digital music notes can be quantized to beats, in physics energy is quantized energy states.
Coca-Cola (Coke) had cocaine in it, in varying amounts, from 1886 – 1929. At the time cocaine was legal and treated as a medicine.
Apple pie wasn’t invented in America. Pie was eaten by ancient Egyptians and recipes for dutch apple pie go back centuries.
Competitive sports became popular in the United States from 1850 – 1950 because of lighting technology, mass media, and developing labor and education laws.
Pro wrestling is planned, scripted, and rehearsed, but much of a given match involves the real and spontaneous execution of well-practiced moves and routines.
Jingle Bells may be one of the best known Christmas songs, but it was actually published in 1857 as a Thanksgiving song titled “One Horse Open Sleigh”.
A Martini can be made a number of ways, but a traditional martini is a cocktail made with gin and dry vermouth, not vodka.
All fruits come from flowers, but not all flowers become fruits. Fruits are typically derived from the ovaries of a flower and contain seeds.
Fahrenheit 451’s main theme isn’t censorship, it’s the loss of intellectual curiosity due to reliance on mass media and technology. It is people, not the state, who are to blame for the burning and banning of books.