The Reason Behind Why Body Builders Are Overly Tanned


The reason body builders use fake tanning products is because on stage lights are designed to show the maximum definition possible, as they are not traditional stage lights, rather they are extremely bright lights designed to show every single bump and groove. If the body builder was not tanned, very little definition would show up, regardless of how defined the body builder is in reality therefore causing them to look underdeveloped from what their true physique actually is

The Physics of the Pac-Man Universe


The game of Pac-Man allows players to exit the world on one side, and re-enter upon a completely different side without delay. Pac-Man’s universe appears to be a flat, two dimensional, rectangular shape, but in reality it must be cylindrical like a pipe, only with the 2 ends of the pipe touching, making Pac-Man’s universe actually in the shape of a donut

The Reason Why Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is Practiced World Wide


Brazilian jiu jitsu is the only martial art in which differing styles are encouraged. With karate, taekwondo, judo etc., instructors expect students to learn the techniques provided and to memorize them so that they become reflex. Brazilian jiu jitsu teaches students the fundamentals of the sport but also encourages active experimentation so that new techniques and forms can emerge. This has caused jiu jitsu to become world renowned as the style of choice for many mixed martial arts fighters because of its versatility and application across various different fighting styles. The term “jiu jitsu” means “gentle skill” in Japanese, despite the athletic pursuit technically being a Korean fighting style, and is derived from the Japanese term “jū” which means “gentle” in Japanese and the term “jutsu” which means “skill” in Japanese



Chess was originally a 2 player game from India referred to as “Chaturanga” and dates back to 600 AD. The first chessboard which displayed alternating light and dark squares appeared in Europe in 1090. The phrase “checkmate” comes from the Persian phrase “shāh māt” (pronounced “shah-mat”) which means “the king is dead” in Persian