Let’s hear some facts that are just plain flabbergasting. Bear with us, one twist at a time!
It can actually rain diamonds on Jupiter and Saturn.
Only 12 percent of the world’s population lives in the Southern Hemisphere. The remaining 88 belongs in the North.
2015 statistics tells us that every year an American spends a mean of 42 hours stuck in traffic.
Humans are made up of 7 octillion atoms (that’s seven with 27 zeroes). Every year, about 98 per cent of those atoms in your body are replaced.
A scientist weighed people immediately before and after death and concluded that the soul weighs 21 grams. (Told you those extra pounds weren’t me!)
A Venus day is longer than a Venus year. (My life is a lie?)
Russia has a larger surface area than Pluto.
By 2100 the Human Population should rise to 11 billion. According to the 2015 stats, it’s currently at 7 billion.
If the sun were the size of a white blood cell, then the Milky Way Galaxy would be the size of the United States.
An average person breathes about 7 million times per year.
The sperm count of an average male is down almost 25 per cent compared to 20 years ago.
Neptune was the first planet to get its existence predicted by calculations before it was seen by a telescope.
111,111,111 x 111,111,111 = 12,345,678,987,654,321. Try it. Seriously.
Just like fingerprints, every person’s tongue is different.
You are born with 270 bones, but by the time you reach adulthood, you only have 206. One quarter of those bones are in your feet.
There’s a garbage swirl in the Pacific Ocean that is the size of Texas.
Humans have more than five senses. They include balance, temperature, pain, time, suffocation, thirst and fullness.
Girls have a better sense of taste than boys.
Pluto never made a full orbit around the sun from the time it was discovered to when it was declassified as a planet. Got judged too soon!
The Gregorian calendar repeats itself every 400 years. Gregor made the rules.
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