Manual maximum: using your hands as numeric digits (ha), and composing their values with your fingers (thus counting in base 6), the maximum value you can represent is 55base6, which is decimal 35. Unless you have more than two hands. Of course, you can count in base 7 if you suffer from hexadactyly.
Butt dialing, and the voices that no one else hears.
Full disclosure. Maybe just a little too full.
Stu Savory discusses a ca. 1800 BCE Babylonian tablet that lists solutions for the Pythagorean theorem . The ancient Egyptians also knew about the right angle relationship between 3, 4, and 5, and used it in land surveys. Chances are, though, they didn’t understand the geometric theorem behind that relationship. My guess is the same was true of the Babylonians, especially given the minor errors in some of the numbers.
My daughter asked me just this morning “what happens when you dream?” Thinking about it, it is a pretty bizarre experience.
Better not link to this.