The Fine-art Portrait Series: Common Misconceptions…
misconceptions can be funny, especially when more than one person is involved and it seems that there is a quiet agreement by all involved – which turns out to be wrong, so wrong. this experience we have in common.
Diet has little influence on the body’s detoxification, and detoxification diets „have no scientific basis“, and are a „waste of time and money“. Despite this, there is a common misconception that specific diets aid this process or could remove substances that the body is unable to remove by itself. Toxins are removed from the body by the liver and kidneys
- „Edelweiss“ is not the national anthem of Austria, but an original composition created for the musical The Sound of Music. The Austrian national anthem is „Land der Berge, Land am Strome“ („Land of the Mountains, Land on the River“).
- The melody used in „Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star„, the „Alphabet Song„, and „Baa, Baa, Black Sheep“ was not composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart when he was 5 years old; it was already a popular French folk tune which existed for decades before Mozart composed a series of variations on the tune, when he was 25 or 26.
- The Queen song „We are the Champions“ does not end with the words „Of the World“, but only ends with, „We are the Champions.“
- Phil Collins did not sing his 1981 hit „In the Air Tonight“ about witnessing seeing someone drowning and then confronting the person in the audience who let it happen.