35 Facts That Sound Like Lies But Are Actually True

Regardless of whether we are young or old, the world we live in is full of incredible things and phenomena of which we’ve yet to learn. That’s how it is, how it has always been, and how it will always be. One simply can’t know everything.

Today, We present a collection of fascinating facts that are definitely worth checking out!

Amazing Biology Facts

There is an almost 100% chance that the cup you drink from contains at least one molecule of water that has already passed through the body of a dinosaur. (Fact)

The hummingbird is the only bird that can fly backward. (Fact)

The bacteria that live in your body outnumber the cells of which they are composed by 10 times. (Fact)

The fingerprints of a koala bear are indistinguishable from the fingerprints of a human being, even when studied under an electron microscope. (Fact)

The Tardigrade (also known as Moss Piglet or Water Bear) is the most tenacious creature on Earth. It can survive extreme conditions like permafrost, boiling temperatures, radiation, and even the vacuum of space.  (Fact)

The time difference between the time Tyrannosaurus and Stegosaurus lived is greater than the time difference between Tyrannosaurus and us. (Fact)

Earthworms have five hearts. (Fact)

35 Facts That Sound Like Lies But Are Actually True

The heart of a blue whale is so large that a human child can easily swim through its arteries. (Fact)

Human DNA is 50% similar to the DNA of a banana. (Fact)

Honey is the only food that never goes bad. And by that, we don’t mean that you can keep it safe for a year or two. What we mean is that you can keep it forever! (Fact)

Amazing Physics Facts

35 Facts That Sound Like Lies But Are Actually True

Since the moment Pluto was discovered and until the moment when it lost its status of a planet, this celestial body has not completed a single complete revolution around the Sun. (Fact)

A day on Venus lasts longer than a Venusian year. (Fact)

On Saturn’s moon Titan, gravity is so low and the atmosphere is so dense that if you had small wings in place of hands you could fly. (Fact)

There are more molecules in a glass of water than there are glasses in all of Earth’s oceans combined. (Fact)

The actual trajectories of the spacecraft represent complex ellipses. (Fact)

It literally rains diamonds on Saturn and Jupiter. (Fact)

If you imagine the Sun to be a human cell, then, for size comparison, the Milky Way galaxy would be like the United States. (Fact)

35 Facts That Sound Like Lies But Are Actually True

Theoretically, if you drill an axis through Earth and dive into it, it will emerge from the other side in 42 minutes. That is if you complete your journey in one piece, which is unlikely. (Fact)

Geography And History Fact

Cleopatra lived closer to the time of landing on the moon than the time of the building of the pyramids. (Fact)

There is a mobile connection at the top of Mount Everest. (Fact)

14 years before the maiden voyage of the Titanic, a novel was written about a ship of the same name sinking under similar circumstances. (Fact)

The mad Roman emperor Caligula once decided to declare war on the god of the seas, Poseidon and ordered his soldiers to randomly fire their spears into the water. (Fact)

Every two minutes, we take more photos than all of humanity throughout the 19th century. (Fact)

When the Warner Brothers film studio was founded, the Ottoman Empire still existed. (Fact)

Fact About Culture And Life In General

35 Facts That Sound Like Lies But Are Actually True

Steven Spielberg dropped out of college in 1968. He just renewed his studies (and graduated) in 2002, as a way of expressing gratitude to his parents for offering him the opportunity to pursue higher education. (Fact)

An in-depth exploration of almost all the cross-references and links in any Wikipedia article, sooner or later, brings you to the subject of philosophy. (Fact)

A can of ordinary Coke sinks in the water, while a can of Diet Coke floats to the surface. (Fact)

If we could hear the noise below 20Hz,  we would be able to hear our own muscles contracting. (Fact)

One of the 10 Icelanders will be the author and will publish a book at least once in his life. (Fact)

99% of the energy used by a microwave is consumed in standby mode and not during heating. (Fact)

35 Facts That Sound Like Lies But Are Actually True

The Norwegian flag incorporates flags from six other countries: Indonesia, Finland, the Netherlands, Thailand, Poland, and France.


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