Saturday, April 22, 2017

Scientific Facts That Will Blow Your Mind

  • The T-Rex lived closer in time to us than it did to the Stegosaurus. 
  • Cleopatra lived closer in time to present time than she did to the construction of the great Pyramids. Also, mammoths and the pyramids existed at the same time
  • The blue whale is the largest animal to have ever lived in the planet, and it's still alive today.
  • There's roughly 7 x 1027 atoms in the human body. That's more than a trillion trillions. Or more than a billion billion billions.
  • The passage of time isn't uniform for everything. Time passes at different rates depending upon how fast you are going.
  •  A spec of dust is halfway between the size of the earth and an atom.
  • A million seconds is about 2 weeks. A billion seconds is 32 years.
  • For every grain of sand on every beach on Earth, there are over 10,000 stars in the known universe.
  •  Dark matter makes up 68% of our universe and in the words of NASA, "We are much more certain what dark matter is not than we are what it is." 
  • Things don't get cold, they just lose heat energy. "Cold" doesn't exist...just low heat.
  • Our eyes see everything upside down and our brain flips it so it makes sense to us. And if you wear glasses that invert everything you see, your brain will eventually figure out what's going on... and flip it back for you.
  • Pi is a number that goes on forever, but it is still less than 4.
  • If you had an image 2000 X 2000 pixels (range 0 to 256 3) and randomized the pixels at some point you'd see pictures of yourself, your children, works of art, the cure for cancer and everything else that could be imagined or exists or will exist. (source
  • All the planets in the solar system fit between Earth and the Moon.
  • Tomatoes, potatoes, and eggplants were cultivated from the nightshade (deadly) family of plants. 
  • There are more trees on earth than stars in the milky way. About 10 times more.
  • A human red blood cell completes a circuit of the whole body in about 60 seconds.


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