We live in a fascinating world full of wonderful and amazing things. Humanity has come a long way since the dawn of time and we keep progressing thanks to constant urge for development.
This also means that researchers and scientists often come across unknown areas, which is how we end up with facts about pretty much everything you can think of.
You might find some of these facts bizarre and you probably had zero clues about the rest of them. But they definitely won’t hurt your knowledge. I can verify that!
Infinite shades of colors
There are so many colors that the human eye can’t see. There are colors that it can’t even imagine.
This creature is Turritopsis dohrnii and it lives in the Mediterranean
It’s known as the ‘immortal jellyfish’ because they have a reverse mechanism of aging. This means that they can live forever.
Human bones can cure diseases
If you ever wondered how backward our world used to be, think of this – XVI and XVII century Europeans though eating human bones and meat could cure various diseases.
Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin along with the rest of the human race
The photo was taken by Michael Collins.
The stats are never wrong
How about a 6.7 percent chance that your life might end on your birthday? True story. Sad, as well.
How about this for something you didn’t know
The infamous Ted Bundy worked at a suicide hotline.
Babies have more bones than adults
They have 300 bones that form 206 bones as they grow older.
You can drown faster in freshwater
Another one of those believe it or not facts – it approximately takes 10 minutes longer to drown in salty water.
Doctors actually believed that babies can’t feel physical pain until the 1980s
Imagine how many surgeries were performed before they figured it out.
There’s a morgue on every cruise ship
You know, just in case.
Really not sure how they come up with these stats
Throughout your life, you will probably cross path with 16 murderers.
Less than 5 percent of the ocean has been explored
And we’re not sure is the deepest point of the ocean actually the deepest point of the ocean.
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