Home > Uncategorized > A man acquired super-human memory skills after being hit in the head by a baseball. A man acquired super-human memory skills after being hit in the head by a baseball. April 9, 2014 Uncategorized A man acquired super-human memory skills after being hit in the head by a baseball. He can now carry out multiplications like 147,631,789 by 23,674 in his head instantly. source : wikipedia image : pixabay Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogle Related Posts The deepest-living animal ever found is a “devil worm” living 2.2. miles (3.6 kilometers) below. A man, who lived 9000 years ago, was the first person to have had blue eyes and all blue-eyed people are related to him. There was a woman named Veronica Seider had vision 20x better than average. She could identify people more than a mile away. Emma Watson is actually related to a 16th century witch. Math anxiety is a psychological disorder which causes stress and anxiety when doing math problems. An Australian man living by a cliff has prevented around 160 suicides in his 50 years of living there, by striking up a conversation with people contemplating suicide and inviting them to his house for tea. A bolt of lightning can raise your body temperature more than the surface of sun and a man named, Roy Sullivan, has survived it 7 times. A body spray with the name of “Flame” was made by Burger King back in 2008 that made you smell like a whopper sandwich. A device has been developed that can kill 100 mosquitoes per/sec at up to 100 feet away using infra-red motion censoring and a Blue laser. The inventor of the Band-Aid made it for his wife, who often cut and burned herself while cooking.