Can you come up with the answers to these questions?
- How many of each animal did Moses take on the Ark?
- What's the nationality of Thomas Edison, inventor of the telephone?
- What were the first words uttered by Louis Armstrong when he set foot on the moon?
If you answered "two," "American," and "One small step for man ..." congratulations: you got every question wrong. As we're sure you're aware, it was Noah, not Moses, who built the Ark; Alexander Graham Bell who invented the telephone; and Neil Armstrong, not Louis Armstrong, who went to the moon. You knew that, of course. So why did the questions fool you? It's all in how your brain processes information.