1. You lose up to 30 percent of your taste buds during flight.
If you might think why airplane foods has such a bad taste. But the things is that the elevation in an airplane affects on our ability to taste things. According to research conducted in 2010 by Germany’s Fraunhofer, the dryness experienced at a high elevation as well as low pressure reduces the sensitivity of a person’s taste bud to sweet and salty food by about 30 percent.
2. Our body can glows.
Yes, It is right. Our body can glow. But we can’t see it by our naked eyes. Our body emits small quantity of visible light. This light is about 1000 times less intensive than actual light that we are able to see. This study was done in Japan by using special camera to track this glow. The researchers found that our body emits its lowest level of lights at 10 a.m. and highest at around 4 p.m.
3. Kids ask about 300 question a day.
A U.K. study from online retails Littlewood.com observed young children asked around 300 question in a day. This research was done in 2013. The researchers observed and recorded the question they asked to adults. The children tend to turn their mothers for asking question. They asked one question every two-and-a-half question per day.
4. The total weight of an ants are equal to the total weights of people.
Entomologists have estimated that there are around one million trillion insects and only one percent of that number is ants, according to the BBC. And if you took all those ants (about ten thousand trillion) and put them on one side of a giant scale, you could almost put all of the people in the world onto the other and balance things out. Unfortunately, as humans are more heavier, this probably wouldn’t hold up today—but it once did.
5. Some people has extra bone in their knees.
As we know human body continuously evolves according to the place, weather and climate change. so it may also be the sign of evolution. The extra bone which is in our knees is known as fabella. But the purpose of growing this bone was totally unknown. Over the last century and a half, its’s gotten more and more common.
6. One species of giant fish has transparent head.
The deepest levels of our oceans are some of the least explored areas of the planet. Because of the extreme pressure, cold, and dark at these depths, only the very strangest of creatures can survive there. These include giant tube worms, vampire squids, and viperfish with teeth. And there also include a giant fish whose head is literally transparent.
7. One man has saved more than 200 people from suicide
The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco is a place where many suicides take place. One California Highway Patrol officer has done more to combat this problem than any other individual. Officer Kevin Briggs, wrote a book called Guardian of the Golden Gate and now goes on speaking tours to encourage public discussion of suicide and mental illness.
8. Dogs can actually understand some English.
Some dog’s owner may have trouble in believing about it. But in actual dogs can understand some English. If you want to test about it, you may.
9. The first iPhone wasn’t made by Apple.
Yes. The first iPhone was not made by apple. It was made by Cisco. . Apple announced its own product just 22 days later, and Cisco sued for trademark infringement. The lawsuit was ultimately settled out of court and both companies were allowed t
o keep using the name.
10. Tornado can causes fish rain.
Tornadoes can create over water just as well as they can over land. When they do, they’re called “waterspouts,” and they suck up large amounts of lake or sea water, due to this they also suck the particles under the water, when the tornado moves towards the land it causes fish rain.
Bonus fact. You sneeze faster than a cheetah can run.
Yes. This is true. We can actually sneeze faster than cheetah run. It is also 5 times faster than Usain Bolt.
Some other random facts.
- Hot water will turn into ice faster then cold water.
- The strongest muscle in our body is tongue.
- It is impossible to people lick their own elbow.
- It is physically impossible to pigs to look in sky.
- Mosquitos are mostly attractive to the people who just ate bananas.
- Australia is wider then the moon.
- Human have the same number of vertebrae in their neck as giraffe.
- All babies are born with blue eyes.