Como siempre, Garret nos manda en su perfecto inglés académico las 10 cosas que aprendió la semana pasada. 1. A bdelloid rotifer is a pond-dwelling organism that has survived 80 million years without sex. 2. Pregnant moose seek out human company to avoid the threat of bears. 3. Housework causes asthma. Using household sprays and air fresheners as little as once a week raises the risk of asthma by 30-50% in adults, according to a study by the Institut Municipal d'Investigació Medica in Barcelona. 4. There were 61 billion web searches made in August. 5. Hitler received 1,000 letters a month of fan mail. 6. Children in Cuba say "I want to be like Che" every day at school. 7. The brain responds to facial expressions at a speed of less than 40 milliseconds. 8. CO2 emissions from shipping are twice the level of aviation. 9. Discrimination against atheists is allowed in employment in Texas, according to the state's constitution. 10. Asterix was so-called so he would appear at the start of an encyclopaedia of comics.