Home > Uncategorized > Doctors’ green scrubs help them see better in the operating room Doctors’ green scrubs help them see better in the operating room May 4, 2014 Uncategorized Doctors’ green scrubs help them see better in the operating room. Since green is on the opposite side of the colour spectrum, it can refresh a doctor’s vision of red things. source : livescience image : outlookindia Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogle Related Posts The ashes of Eugene Merle Shoemaker, the founder of the field of planetary science, were buried on the moon. To date, he is the only person whose ashes have been buried on the Moon. Male chicks are of no use to the egg industry, so they are either suffocated in garbage bags with waste In 1980, the coyote finally caught the road runner. He then asks the audience “Now what do I do?” There’s a Russian game show where contestants steal cars and if they’re not caught by the police within 35 minutes, they get to keep it. There’s a jacket that connect to the internet and gives you a “hug” each time a friend likes your Facebook status. “knock” is the world’s shortest horror story with only 2 sentences. You can remember the value of Pi(3.1415926) by counting each word’s letters in “May I have a large container of coffee”. People who are bilingual are able to mentally juggle the two languages when speaking There is an 8 year old serial killer in India. A 20-month-old baby became the youngest professional soccer player ever, after being signed up by a Belgian club.