Whoever said this either didn’t know what the anthem is or what a palindrome is, because the Lithuanian national anthem is certainly not palindromic at all.
As in, it does not play backward exactly the same way that it plays forwards. Still doubtful? Well, the anthem is called “Tautiška giesmė.” Look it up and see for yourself.
'Bat Out of Hell' Was About an Argument Between Meatloaf and Ozzy Osborne
While it's likely that two hard rock giants from the '70s would go head to head with each other and make iconic music about it, the truth is, that song has nothing to do with Ozzy Osborne.
The song, like much of the album, is actually about James Matthew Barrie's famous Peter Pan.
Ancient Greeks Used Jellified Red Wine as Lubricant
The Ancient Greeks have been known to live it up and indulge. Quite a lot of ideas of that time have made it into our modern-day lifestyle, especially when it comes to the salacious little luxuries.
While they can claim a lot, they actually cannot claim the invention of the ancient lubricant made of jellified wine. There is no actual proof that this ever existed. Also, ew.
One of the Rings of Saturn Is Silver Dust
When it comes to outer space, a lot of us are none the wiser. Honestly, we'll believe anything. And if we hear that Saturn has a ring of silver dust, many folks will just say okay.
The rings of Saturn are, in truth, made up of things that aren't any less interesting. These include pieces of comets, asteroids, or shattered moons that broke up before they reached the planet.
Every Member of Iron Maiden Was a Quaker
Steve Harris, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, Bruce Dickinson, Nicko McBrain, and Janick Gers — these kings of metal make up the dynamite band that is Iron Maiden. A rumor went around at one point that they were all Quakers.
Of course, that is not true. That amount of rage and energy does not come from the Quaker lifestyle.