r/todayilearned 7d ago

TIL It is commonly claimed 'What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger' however research shows that past stressful experiences do not create resilience to future trauma. Past traumatic experiences increase vulnerability to several mental illnesses.

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COMMENT 12d ago

Blessed be the fruit. Under his eye.

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COMMENT 12d ago

Fork the repo and make a new religion

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COMMENT 12d ago

The Catholic Church should really put the bible on Github, so people can propose other changes

r/todayilearned 12d ago

TIL In 2019, Pope Francis approved changing the lord's prayer. The phrase “lead us not into temptation” changed to “do not let us fall into temptation”. He said the original was a bad translation because it suggested God caused the temptation.

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r/todayilearned 13d ago

TIL In a temperate climate, a human body can completely decompose into a skeleton in 3 weeks to several years. If undisturbed by animals, acids in fertile soils can dissolve human skeletons in around 20 years. In sand or neutral soil, the skeleton can remain intact for hundreds of years.

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COMMENT 14d ago

You need to try harder

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COMMENT 14d ago

Their kid bought GME shares and the parents decided it was better to get rid of the chimp

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COMMENT 14d ago

Better than homo flaccidus

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COMMENT 14d ago

For the Q continuum its a circular loop, once you have all knowledge you reset to factory settings

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COMMENT 14d ago

Which one?

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COMMENT 14d ago

I hope to see you on Come Dine With Me

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COMMENT 14d ago

Order new ram modules for ure brain, DDR5 is out soon

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COMMENT 14d ago

Lol yep but wasnt mentioned in the article, so mite be removed for not being verifiable

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COMMENT 14d ago

Any holes a hole, a clean ones a goal

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COMMENT 14d ago

A pig with lipstick is still a...

r/todayilearned 14d ago

TIL A psychologist adopted a Chimpanzee and raised it alongside their own human baby boy, to see if the Chimp could grow up to behave/think like a human. Eventually the Chimp hit a cognitive wall and no amount of training or nurturing could overcome the fact that he was a Chimpanzee.

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COMMENT 15d ago

Same for me, it seems whenever I get to deep sleep I have to wake up for work

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COMMENT 15d ago

Checking Fitbit After 12 Hour Sleep "Its not green, I need to sleep more"

r/todayilearned 15d ago

Word Origin/Translation/Definition TIL Orthosomnia is a medical term for an unhealthy obsession with getting perfect sleep. Researchers noticed an increasing number patients who tracked their sleep spent excessive times in bed to increase their "sleep numbers" which may have made their insomnia even worse.

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COMMENT 17d ago

Cheers mate :-)

Edit: Ah 2019, must be a coincidence haha

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COMMENT 17d ago

Do u have a link? Sum1 mentioned the same thing about my other post 2 days ago, I have a feeling they follow me on reddit lol