No, this myth has been around for a long time, and many students have attempted this, but all have failed. It will not work. The machine will say, "Read Error: Hand Grade", and mark it incorrect. There are many more myths about beating a Scranton Test, such as lightly shading the answers with a number 2 pencil, or by connecting all of the marks on the side of the paper with a pencil. No one has found a way to crack the system, so until someone does you will unfortunately have to use your brain. - John Baskin
This post is dedicated to Mrs. Brohm, for teaching us academics, and also how to be a better person.
Posted by John Baskin at 5:35 PM
No, bats are blind when they are born, but their vision eventually develops. People probably think that this myth is true, because bats dart around. They are actually hunting insects, but people can't see the insects through the darkness. They "see" using sonar waves. They emit a high frequency sound, that humans can't hear, and the sound waves bounce back to them, telling them where the object is, similar to the way radar works. - John Baskin
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No, their humps are actually where they store fat, not water. They can go for a few months without water, because they can take in water so fast. They can drink 50 gallons of water in only a few hours. This myth was probably started, because camels can go for a very long time without water, and have very big humps, so people thought that they stored water in their humps.
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No, when the Ohio Players recorded their song they put a scream in the song, because love has many screams in it. People who listened to it didn't get the meaning of it, and they thought that someone wouldn't just put a scream in a song for no reason, so they started thinking of what the scream could mean, and they thought it was a murder. The scream was sung by keyboardist, William Beck. - John Baskin
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