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12 Rare Known Facts That’ll Change The Way You See History

“If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” – Wayne Dyer.
It’s often said that “It is only a matter of perception”, the way we look at things might not be the same as others look at it. It comes as no surprise that we may even distort the perception of time.

Sometimes, looking back at the history & comparing it with the present, also, simply trying new things changes the way we perceive reality, as it helps us in consuming more information that helps us grow and understand more about life.

Surely the times have changed, humans have evolved, so has the technology, and also the way we live our lives. So here we bring you facts based on history and reality that will change the way you look at things, do not miss any points as it has been shortlisted just for you –

1. Jefferson Davis was never tried for treason.

The Federal government was worried that the Confederate president would either become the martyr if was executed or he might prove to a jury that session was legal. However, the Chief Justice of Supreme Court gave his team an interesting argument and the treason charged had been dropped off. Also, his citizenship rights were fully restored in the year 1978.

2. It is the last known cycad tree in the world.

It was found in 1895 and was transferred to Royal Botanical Gardens where it grew further. After that, no cycad tree was found ever after.

3. Dante placed bankers in a lower circle of hell than murderers.

In this divine comedy, bankers are depicted as swatting sparks and surrounded by stinging sand.
4. Utah instituted four-day work in a week.

In 2008, when the bank’s collapsed state reported that million dollars were saved on energy, carbon emission was cut down by 14% and workers became more productive because of four days work week.