If you find yourself criticizing movies and TV shows constantly, you might need to work on your “suspension of disbelief” – the willingness to avoid overthinking about every little detail and just enjoying what you’re watching.Okay, we admit that plot holes can be very annoying, to the point where they can even ruin an entire film. But these specific plot holes or “unexplained” things, actually have very reasonable explanations – and here they are.
1. In Roswell, New Mexico on July 8th of 1947, an information office publicized the recovery of a flying disc that crashed in a ranch nearby. The government dismissed the story as simply an experimental balloon that was integral to a classified program being conducted. Critics cried that a cover-up of extraterrestrials was afoot.
1. A woman named Joy Milne was able to smell Parkinson's disease. In a study, she was able to accurately identify 11/12 patients with Parkinson's disease. And not a year later the last patient was also diagnosed, making her record 12/12.
Many of us are exposed to a massive, constant stream of information every single day. Not just at work but during our leisure time, too. And with so much data to process, it can be hard to distinguish between real facts and twisted truths.