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When I was a little girl, going outside at night was always something that filled me with awe because I believed that the sound of crickets was the sound of the stars twinkling

Mercy
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I used to believe that rain comes from Space.

Badr
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When I was 6 I believed that on nice summer days you can see the world spin if you just look hard enough :)

Anon
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When I was younger I used to believe that each part of the world had a different sun. So the sun in Africa was different from the sun in Europe and when I drew pictures I would draw 5 or more suns in the sky.

Anon
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when i was little I used to believe that at night the sun flipped around and the moon was on the back of it and they would jsut rotate during day or night

karen
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I used to believe that when you blew a bubble and it floated out of sight before popping, it would turn into a planet.

Alice
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When I was a child we spent alot of time outside at night camping etc...I used to associate the sounds crickets with the stars in the sky. I thought that the stars were making the noise when crickets chirp each time they twinkled.

Anon
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When I was young I didn't know we lived on a planet or about gravity. Then one day my grandma told me we lived on the planet Earth and how gravity worked. As soon I realized that Earth was just a ball floating in the middle of space I was too scared to move. I thought that my movement would cause the "ball" to drop instantly and we would all die. I would also walk around holding on to things since Earth was a sphere and I was scared of falling off the planet.

Anon
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Up until I was about 12 I thought why it becomes night time is because of the moon blocking the sun (obviously that would really be a solar eclipse)

Nate
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I used to believe you could walk on clouds. And you would be able to walk in space on the edge of the world.

Alex
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As a child I believed that the earth was an electron, the sun was the center and the solar system an atom, and continued until the universe was like a set of molecules until several universes forming a human body ..... Sometimes I still think the same thing

raul
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When i was 11 years old, i belief that when stars are broken, it falls in the see and again it is born as a star fish...

Prem
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This is my co-worker's sister-in-law and niece. He said that for the longest time, and sadly well into their adulthoods, they believed that the sun and the moon were actually the same object, but that it was just darker at night.

Lori
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I used to think that if you went to the bottom of the Earth (the south pole), you would fall off into space and float around there.

Sasha
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When i was about 5 or 6 i thought that all the atmosphere was held down by the ozone layer. i always worried about spaceships popping it or the shock wave from an atomic bomb letting air out.

Anon
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I used to believe that satellite dishes made day and night. I don't know why, but I thought when it was night, the satellite dish would release a black sky.

anony
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I used to believe that when the sun sets, it means it ran out of batteries, and it recharges during the night.

I also believed the sun ran on batteries.

Nerd
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When I was in science class, they said the earth rotates on an imaginary line called the axis. I didn't know what imaginary is, so I thought at the north and south pole, there really was a big pole coming out of the ground. I wanted to go see it!

Axis
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I used to believe that stars were actually little holes in the ceiling of the sky where you could see the light from heaven shine through.

Sonja
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I used to believe there were some body lived in the moon.

Anon
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