Biography

Elvis Presley’s first TV appearance was on 9 Septemb

Biography

 Esther de Figueiredo Ferraz became the first female

General

The Russky Bridge in Vladivostok, Russia, is the world&rsq

General

The vast majority of children under the age of six dream a

Discovery

 The Goliath Frog – the largest one on Earth &n

General

 Two out of every three US soldiers who served in Vie

General

Luxembourg is planning to mine asteroids. Many asteroids a

Biography

 Charles Dickens coined the word “boredom&rdquo

Discovery

The blue whale cannot swallow anything bigger than a grape

General

Three-quarters of the Swiss voters rejected UN membership

General

35,000 Americans buy an insurance covering the risk of &ld

General

The ozone actually smells like geranium.

General

 The Dutch police use eagles to catch drones flying i

General

The drink Fanta originated in Nazi Germany during WWII. Lo

Biography

 The Soviet pilot, Ivan Chisov, survived a fall from

General

 The encircled “U” sign on food labels me

Geography

Nobody climbed Everest in 2015.

General

The Ford Pinto car was not a success in Brazil as “P

General

The US state with the most numerous plane flyovers is Virg

General

 The city of Shanghai hosts the first Disneyland in C

General

Each year, more than 80 million tourists visit France. The

General

Norway is building the world’s first underwater floa

General

Jelly bears are quite effective in stopping bullets.

General

Deaf Americans will be better understood in France than in

General

Orthodox Christians observe on average 200 days of fasting

Discovery

 The largest rodent to ever exist was Josephoartigasi

General

The company Goodyear is now known for producing tyres. Dec

General

To date (early 2018), the most bananas peeled and eaten in

General

 In Italy, the number 17 is considered unlucky.

General

Worldwide, 1.8 million Ikea meatballs are sold every day.

General

Finland became the first country in the world to launch it

General

The word “bistro” comes from Russian, where it

Discovery

 There are no reptiles in Antarctica.

General

The Philippines remains the only UN-member state without l

General

Italy only legalised divorce in 1970.

Discovery

Elephants give birth after about two years of pregnancy.

General

The Palace of the Parliament in Romania is the heaviest an

Biography

 Pope Benedict IX was elected pope at the tender age

General

The B52 bomber entered in service in 1955 and is expected

China’s “one family-one child” policy la

General

There is more information about the Virgin Mary in the Qur

General

 Sweaty people and pregnant women have a greater chan

Discovery

Theoretically, a female mosquito can produce about 150 mil

Discovery

Male mosquitos have large, feather-like antennas and can b

Sport

Up to 10% of all paper towels in the gym are used to wipe

General

In Lichtenstein, prison inmates with sentences over two ye

General

Figs are one of the oldest fruits grown by humans.<

Biography

A UK filmmaker shot a movie that shows just a freshly pain

Geography

Sri Lanka was known by the name of Ceylon until 1948.

Geography

 Jupiter’s moon Io is so volcanically active th

Discovery

The spacecraft Voyager was initially named Mariner Jupiter

General

 Empty batteries bounce when dropped, charged ones do

Medicine

There are registered cases of dying of laughter.

General

Pistachios can combust spontaneously.

General

The engine oil of Aston Martin Vulcan can be changed in le

Geography

Jupiter and Saturn radiate more energy than they absorb fr

General

In parts of Germany, it is illegal to wash your car on Sun

General

 Saudi Arabia only switched to the “Western&rdq

General

Australia has not experienced a recession for the last 25

General

Bullfighting is not an ancient tradition at all. It starte

General

So far, only two Popes have visited Sweden.<

Biography

 In Japan, 10 October 2006 was declared “Tom Cr

Biography

Tom Cruise was the first actor to have five back-to-back h

Discovery

The female hyena has a pseudo-penis, which is larger than

Geography

 Andorra welcomes almost 2.5 million tourists every y

Biography

The airport in Stuttgart, Germany, was named after the loc

Geography

Norway planned to give Finland a mountain peak as a gift f

Geography

Japan and Russia did not sign a peace treaty after WWII, m

Biography

 The last Japanese combatant from WWII, Lt. Hiroo Ona

Biography

The Latvian soldier, Janis Pinups, deserted from the Red A

Discovery

The hagfish is the only living animal to have a skull but

Discovery

Asphalt was first used as a road building material in Baby

General

Since 2016, one in three landline phone calls in the USA i

Geography

In 1848, Bern and Zurich were both striving to become the

General

Retailers did the math – a more lenient return polic

General

In 2016, endohedral fullerene was the most expensive mater

General

South Korea grants exemption from military service, which

General

Samsung provides free smartphones for a period of up to fi

General

Mickey Mouse was the first non-human to win an Oscar.

General

The IBM ThinkPad was the first laptop with a DVD-ROM reade

Medicine

People in Iceland suffer twice less often from seasonal af

Discovery

75% of children eat the ears of chocolate bunnies first.

General

 Women are more likely to cheat on their partner in t

General

Finland has the world’s highest coffee consumption p

Geography

There are many “volcanoes” on Triton (Neptune&

General

 Uruguay produces almost 100% of its electricity out

Medicine

A Canadian company sells canned air to China.

Discovery

 There are no ants in Iceland, Greenland and Antarcti

General

Airplane tickets are statistically the most expensive to b

Geography

In Liechtenstein, the gender ratio at birth is 126 males f

General

  In a lifetime, a human would spend three years

General

On average, we blink four million times every year.

General

Astronauts lose their sense of smell in space.

General

Hair loss increases in autumn.

Discovery

Grinding your teeth is a condition known as bruxism.

Geography

Cambodia, Malaysia and Vatican City are the only existent

Discovery

Eyebrows have on average 550 hairs.

General

 Van Halen, Whitesnake, Motley Crew, U2 and other roc

General

In the period 1941 - 1945, hamburgers in the USA were re-n

General

 Cat’s eyes (the retroreflective road safety de

Discovery

  There are freshwater sharks in Lake Nicaragua,

Discovery

 10 kg (22.5 pounds) of eggplant contain the nicotine

Geography

Bangladesh used to be called East Pakistan until 1971.

Discovery

Lobsters can grow new eyeballs.

Geography

Two out of every three US citizens do not have a passport.

General

 Myspace refused to buy Facebook on two occasions.

General

Astronauts avoid eating beans as a single episode of flatu

Discovery

Astronauts use diapers during take-off and landing and whi

General

Jehovah’s Witnesses is one of the few religions that

Discovery

In the 1960s, during the Cold War, the USA and the Soviet

Discovery

 In 1943, Project Habakkuk was discussed in detail by

Geography

On the Faroe Islands, they fit cameras on the back of shee

Geography

  The assault rifle, AK-47, appears on the flag

General

The nine species of moa were the only wingless (do not mis

General

The automotive brand Rolls Royce offers cars in 44,000 col

General

Torpedoes have two propellers turning in opposite directio

General

Paper comes to printing houses on huge rolls. A single rol

General

Every Halloween, people in the USA spend more than two bil

Biography

  Ironically enough, the very same lawyers whom

General

 The former US President, Barack Obama, left his succ

General

 All mammals, except for sloths and manatees, have se

Discovery

On the island of La Gomera (one of the Canary Islands, Spa

Discovery

On the island of La Gomera (one of the Canary Islands, Spa

Discovery

 Diocletian was the only Roman emperor to abdicate vo

Biography

 During her freshman year at Wellesley College in 196

Geography

Madrid, Spain, is farther north from the equator than Wash

General

 Cockatoos sometimes eat so much that they lose the a

General

Macaques never eat an entire fruit if there is another fru

Discovery

Grey whales travel a distance equal to half the length of

Discovery

The Nile catfish swims upside down.

Discovery

 Cockroaches run at top speed of 1 m/s (3 ft/s).

Discovery

Reindeer have 1,500 hairs per cm2 (over 10,000 per sq in).

General

In early 2016, a 150-year-old mousetrap caught a mouse in

General

 Sometimes wallabies get high after breaking into opi

Discovery

 The male platypus’s venom can kill a dog. Luck

Discovery

 Kangaroos are capable of living for several months w

Geography

Jupiter is the fastest rotating planet in the Solar System

Discovery

The video game Tetris was first released in the Soviet Uni

General

Most Dutch people believe that reheating spinach is very d

Geography

The closest distance between Russia and the United States

General

 The congested traffic in Moscow, Russia, has led som

General

  In many countries in Central and Eastern Europ

Discovery

A bird’s beak grows constantly, just like human nail

Discovery

Ants have the highest brain to body size ratio of any anim

Biography

The billionaire and founder of Alibaba Corporation, Jack M

General

Trees in the rainforest grow year-round and therefore have

Discovery

Native tribes in Central America invented wheeled toys tho

Medicine

A woman from Perth, Australia, is able to smell Parkinson&

Biography

During the 1948 US Presidential Election, everyone was so

General

Celluloid billiard balls can literally explode on impact.<

General

 The book “Everything men know about women&rdqu

Sport

Table tennis (aka ping-pong) was prohibited in the Soviet

Medicine

 It is technically possible to be born more than once

Discovery

At birth, a kangaroo is only one centimetre long (half an

General

 The male Australian lyrebird can imitate the calls o

Discovery

Leeches have 32 brains.

&nb

General

A US environmentalist, John Francis, voluntarily spent sev

Discovery

Alligators change up to 3,000 teeth in their lifetime.

Geography

Hawaii is the only US state without a straight line on its

Medicine

Skin accounts for a quarter of a hippopotamus’s weig

Medicine

Theoretically, we can “breathe” a liquid enric

Geography

Pigeons are the only bird that can suck up water.

General

The French poodle dog breed in fact originated in Germany.

Biography

Alan Smithee is the fictional name given to a director who

Biography

Alexander the Great introduced sugar, bananas, cotton and

General

Koalas almost never drink water. Their name actually means

Geography

Feng shui sprang from the art of choosing an appropriate p

General

Banana plants can move sideways up to 40 centimetres (more

General

No single case of schizophrenia has ever been reported amo

Discovery

Eucalyptus oil is highly flammable, which means that gum t

Discovery

A Eucalyptus tree can grow as much as 10 metres in a year.

Discovery

 According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the

General

The axolotl, although colloquially known as a “walki

General

The worse a pregnant woman experiences morning sickness, t

Discovery

Some amphibious animals use their nostrils to smell and no

General

 Honeybees can recognise human faces. <

General

Bees are very sensitive to magnetism. They also use the Su

General

In computer animation, 1/100 of a second is called a &ldqu

General

 Almonds belong to the peach family.

Discovery

-40 degrees Fahrenheit and -40 degrees Celsius is exactly

Discovery

 In 2015, Bugatti (a car brand presently owned by Vol

Discovery

Chicken tikka masala was not invented in India. The dish o

Geography

The streets of Chesham’s town centre (UK) feature Sm

Discovery

 The fox has the largest habitat among all carnivorou

Geography

The smallest town in the world is Hum, Croatia. It has onl

Discovery

The Japanese company Yamaha has developed a robot capable

Discovery

The term “mulatto” did not vanish entirely fro

Discovery

Good news for the vegans: the Irish beer brand Guinness wi

General

New-born bear cubs weigh on average 300 g (0.7 pound). The

General

Languages originating in warm areas with a dense tree cove

Discovery

Haiti became the first independent “black” sta

Discovery

1954 was the year when the most numerous sightings of the

General

Baby rabbits are referred to as “kittens”.

Discovery

Slinky, the toy that can travel down a flight of steps end

General

Chinese steel production increased twelvefold in the perio

General

 Habitually, male gorillas sleep on the ground in a n

Biography

   Laura Hall became the first person to be

Biography

Violet Jessop, dubbed “Miss Unsinkable”, survi

General

Only the US Congress can declare a war. This power is not

Discovery

14% of the world population do not have the wrist muscle c

General

In the course of the last 150 years, Russia has been ruled

General

  On the International Space Station, Sunday is

Biography

Thomas Edison, the famous inventor, was considered “

Discovery

 In case you wondered, Easter Island figures (called

General

 A 2HB pencil can draw a continuous line of roughly 5

Discovery

  There are almost 2,000 species of fleas.

Discovery

The coconut crab literally climbs trees to pick up coconut

Discovery

 Termite mounds in Australia are the tallest non-man-

Discovery

  Soldiers and workers termites can be either ma

Discovery

 A queen termite is 100 times larger than other termi

General

 Playing the didgeridoo (a wind instrument developed

Discovery

    Miniature elephants used to live a

General

Some shopping centres and restaurants play classical music

General

Bundanoon, Australia, became the first town in the world t

Discovery

The holes in pen caps are there to save people from chokin

General

As of 2017, half of the new cars registered in Norway are

Biography

Madison was barely used as a girl’s name before 1985

General

Coca-Cola was invented by Dr. John S. Pemberton as an alte

General

In the period between 1850 and 1916, all soldiers in the B

Discovery

The melody of the national anthem of the United Kingdom, &

General

Killing or harming a badger is an offence in England and c

Discovery

 Female badgers can delay the implantation of embryos

General

 Catholics were barred from becoming teachers, doctor

Biography

  An 85-year-old Austrian woman single handedly

Biography

There are insects named after Robert Redford, Che Guevara,

General

   Photoshop prevents you from working on f

General

 The metric system was introduced in 1875. Today, onl

Geography

 After the Fukushima earthquake, the islands of Japan

Biography

 In 2015, top Chinese actress and model Angelababy ha

General

Since 2016 and as of writing, one salmon fish costs more t

General

Genetically modified salmon has already been approved for

Video

How To Make a Paper Fortune Teller - EASY Origami

Video

How to make a paper boat Easy to make?

Video

55 Amazing inventions and smart ideas!

Video

27 Quick And Easy Crafts To Make At Home

Video

27 EASY MAGIC TRICKS

Video

How To Make A Spider-Man Mask! (From Spider-Man: No Way Home)

Video

Useful home hacks to make your life easier

Video

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 - First Things To Do

Video

How To Use Samsung Galaxy S22! (Complete Beginners Guide)

Video

HOW TO MAKE AN OMELETTE | perfect every time!

Video

How to Create a Setup file in Visual Studio 2019 | C# VB.Net installer creation | MSI EXE

Video

How to swim?

Video

10 Apple TV TIPS You Need To Know!

Video

How To Run Chrome OS Flex On Your Old PC or MacBook

General

On any given day, women lose almost twice as many hairs as

Geography

China has grown more maize (corn) than rice since 2011.

General

The zone that controls the eyes, the occipital lobe, cover

Geography

When Marco Polo first saw rhinos, he thought they were uni

General

  Norwegians use the word “Texas” as

General

The earliest copy of the masterpiece Mona Lisa was painted

General

  Cabernet Sauvignon is the most consumed type o

Discovery

 Theophilus Van Kannel patented the world’s fir

Biography

Milunka Savic is a Serbian war hero. She took the place of

Biography

 Barbie doll’s full name is Barbara Millicent &

General

The first Barbie doll was sold in 1959.

General

 Pheasants are the birds with the longest feathers.

General

 In the Greek language, “symposium” rough

General

When observed from an airplane, rainbows sometimes look li

Sport

 Scuba divers cannot fart at depths of more than 10 m

Sport

The Romanian gymnast Nadia Comaneci became the first athle

Discovery

Walt Disney was the first to use the marketing approach ca

Medicine

Etorphine is 3,000 times stronger than morphine. Less than

General

  In Japan, you should never place your chopstic

General

In Japan, many people hide their thumbs from hearses (fune

General

Out of superstition, the Japanese avoid whistling or cutti

Biography

 Twelve publishing houses rejected J. K. Rowling&rsqu

Discovery

  Young ostriches grow at a rate of 1 cm (half a

Discovery

Ostriches have the smallest eggs relative to size in the a

Discovery

 Ostriches need to raise their head in order to swall

General

Taste tester of pet food is an actual job.

Geography

New Zealand’s capital, Wellington, is the world&rsqu

Discovery

In a freezer, a cup of hot water without a lid sometimes f

Geography

Oceans cover 70% of Earth’s surface. Yet, rather cou

General

Panophobia means “fear of everything”.<

Discovery

In 2008, a Canadian man replaced his fake eye with a bioni

Geography

Mount Everest (in the Himalayas) was formed millions of ye

General

Saint Joseph of Cupertino is the patron saint of astronaut

Discovery

100,000 tons of chewing gum are produced each year.

Discovery

 White candy cotton is 100% sugar.

General

Peanuts used to be a key ingredient in dynamite

General

Okay, OK, refers to an actual town in Oklahoma, USA.

Geography

Belize is the only English-speaking country in Central Ame

Discovery

The first hybrid car was built one century earlier than yo

Geography

Birmingham, United Kingdom, is often referred to as the ci

General

The word “democracy” is not found in the Const

General

Bulgaria had more military airplanes than the USA until 19

General

The South Korean automotive brand Hyundai carried out a pu

General

Because they contain “hidden non-edible pieces&rdquo

Biography

The founder of KFC, Colonel Sanders, practiced law without

General

Japanese eat Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) for Christmas. I

General

Nutella was invented during WWII because there was a short

Biography

As a young soldier, Hitler used to have a normal-sized mou

General

Adolf Hitler objected to the use of poison gas on the batt

Geography

During WWI, France built a “fake Paris” near t

Discovery

 Initially, battle tanks were categorised into &ldquo

Biography

Julius Wagner-Jauregg received a Nobel Prize in 1927 for h

Geography

The Hague is the third biggest inhabited locality in the N

General

In Japan, ladies cover their mouths when laughing because

General

In 1989, the USSR gave Pepsico seventeen submarines, a cru

General

Jupiter is the fastest rotating planet in the Solar System

General

The video game Tetris was first released in the Soviet Uni

General

Most Dutch people believe that reheating spinach is very d

Geography

The closest distance between Russia and the United States

General

Across the majority of the Western nations, the higher the

General

The congested traffic in Moscow, Russia, has led some weal

General

In many countries in Central and Eastern Europe (Bulgaria,

Sport

In 1908, the Russian Olympic team arrived in London, UK, t

General

A bird’s beak grows constantly, just like human nail

General

Ants have the highest brain to body size ratio of any anim

General

The billionaire and founder of Alibaba Corporation, Jack M

Medicine

A woman from Perth, Australia, is able to smell Parkinson&

Sport

Celluloid billiard balls can literally explode on impact.<

General

The book “Everything men know about women” has

Sport

Table tennis (aka ping-pong) was prohibited in the Soviet

General

It is illegal to stand within 90 metres of the Queen without socks on

Video

Surface Duo 2

Video

Nikola Tesla

General

Elephants are the only animals that can't jump.

General

Just over 96% of the total amount of the world's water is held in its oceans, according to Water in Crisis: A Guide to the World's Fresh Wa

Sport

In England, soccer was formed when several clubs formed the Football Association about 150 years ago.

Video

Clutch, How does it work ?

Sport

This is because at least one color on this flag can be found on any flag in any country. 

Sport

This is more than what all of the Nike factory workers in Malaysia annually make combined. This is enough money to be able to feel the entire world

General

The first match was made in 1826. However, the first cigarette lighter was made in 1823.

Sport

The average American pro baseball player earns $2,377,000 per year. The majority of regulation baseballs are stitched by hand. 

General

Each bolt contains up to one billion volts of electricity. This calculates to about 8 million lightning strikes per day.

Sport

Baseballs from the Major League Baseball association can last up to 7 pitches. 

Video

Fantastic Crafts For the Whole Family

Video

Brilliant Everyday Hacks To Make Your Life Easier

Video

YOU NEED TO TRY THESE GLUE GUN CRAFTS

Video

RICH MOM vs BROKE MOM || New Gadgets, Fun DIYs and Hacks

Video

SUMMER IS HERE!☀️🌴🌊 Awesome Ways To Avoid Summer Problems

Video

30 BEST PARENTING HACKS YOU'VE NEVER SEEN BEFORE || Cool Gadgets to Entertain Your Kids!

Video

TASTY FOOD HACKS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY || COOKING SECRETS YOU SHOULD KNOW

Video

Cool Beauty Tricks, Hair Styling Hacks And Nail Art Ideas

Video

RICH VS. POOR CHALLENGE || Relatable Moments And Funny Hacks For Any Occasion

Video

26 CREATIVE WAYS TO GIVE YOUR THINGS A SECOND LIFE

Video

29 CLEVER SCHOOL TRICKS

Video

Fast And Clever Kitchen Tricks To Help You Avoid Cooking Fails

Video

Genius Summer Hacks And Easy Summer Snacks

General

During the Apollo 17 mission, Harrison Schmitt suffered from a severe allergic reaction to the dust found on the surface of the moon. He landed on

General

French stores must either compost their food or donate it to charity. They cannot be thrown away into the trash. The law also states that any

General

This championship has been held annually since the year 2000 in Finland. The sport is judged based on the participant’s length of throw and h

General

Here’s one of the amazing facts about a particular statue located in Silicon Valley. This statue of Nikola Tesla not only provides free Wi-Fi

General

Depending on the size and brand of the lollipop, it may take fewer or more licks to reach the center of the candy. Over 20 people were gathered to

Sport

Naismith was also credited with designing the first football helmet. The game of basketball was invented because Naismith needed a game that could

General

The word ampersand is a combination of the phrase ‘and per se and’ which was generally accepted as just ‘and’. This symbol

General

The scientific term is sphenopalatine ganglion neuralgia, but it is also better known as the brain freeze. It is often caused by the rapid constric

General

At the time, women were not allowed to vote. After being charged a fine of $100, Anthony ignored this and never paid it. 

Sport

Unicorns were also another name choice for the team. The name was decided on in 1946 by the team owner Walter Brown. 

General

Some of these roads include Peachtree lane and Peachtree Creek road. This name is used to honor the memory of the Civil War Battle of Peachtree Cre

Geography

If you want to take the train across Russia, you'll need to set aside seven days for a direct route that doesn't stop, crossing through all

Geography

The Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean is the deepest place on the surface of Earth, with a small depression called the Challenger Deep

Geography

Kentucky's cave system, Mammoth Cave, is nearly 400 miles in length — and that's just what's been explored! Scientists

Geography

You may have thought Jerusalem or Athens was the oldest city in the world, but that honor goes to Damascus, Syria. Continuously inhabited sinc

Geography

Despite its name, Mount Augustus is not a mountain, but one very large rock. Located in the Australian Outback, the rock stands more than 2,300 fee

Geography

Egypt's Pyramids of Giza may be considered one of the wonders of the world, but Sudan has nearly twice the number of pyramids. Sudan touts 

Geography

Looking at a map, it may seem Russia can swallow China whole. However, both countries border 14 countries.

Russia (including the reg

Geography

The Archipelago of the Philippines is made up of 7,641 islands — several hundred more than the 7,107 islands scientists previously believed t

Geography

Russia has 11 times zones (of just 24 total in the world!). So when a Russian on one side of the country is awaking at 7 a.m., another on

Geography

As North America and South America are move more westward, the Pacific Ocean is shrinking. Every year, Asia and North America get closer

Geography

Iceland, divided by the North American and European tectonic plates, is growing by nearly 5 centimeters per year as the plates grow wider

Geography

Mount Everest may be the tallest mountain above sea level, but when it comes to the tallest mountain on earth, that honor goes to Mauna Kea.

Sport

This allows the tire to have a much more consistent rate of expansion and contraction compared to air. Half a pound of pressure is enough to signif

Sport

In 1935, Owens set a new record for the 100-yard dash, long jump, 220-yard dash, and 220 low hurdles. No one in track and field history has yet to

Sport

All three major sports teams from this city all make use of the colors black and yellow. These colors are based on the ones of William Pitt’s

Sport

Soviet gymnast Larissa Latynina has a total of 18 medals. She competed in three Olympics between the years of 1956 and 1964.

Sport

The first Olympic race took place in 776 BC and was won by a chef named Corubus. Moments after receiving his first paycheck, he hired a cook and an

Sport

Softball was included as one of the sport in the Summer Olympic Games between 1996 and 2008. It was removed in 2012 and 2016, but it has been

Sport

Kareem has scored a total of 38,387 points during his career. This was all achieved within his twenty seasons of playing for the Bucks and Lakers.<

Sport

This logo is a silhouette of Jerry West. He is one of many players that are featured in the NBA hall of fame. Jerry West was previously known

Sport

His jersey was stolen from the visitor’s locker room while they were away to play against the Orlando Magic. Due to this unforeseen circumsta

Sport

Golf was banned in England during 1457.

Sport

In 1994, Bulgaria had the only soccer team where all players last names end

Medicine

Beards are the fastest growing hairs on the human body. If the average man never trimmed his beard, it would grow to nearly 30 feet long in his lif

Medicine

A fetus acquires fingerprints at the age of three months

Medicine

Your body has about 5.6 liters (6 quarts) of blood. This 5.6 liters of blood circulates through the body three times every minute.

Medicine

If you could save all the times your eyes blink in one life time and use them all at once you would see blackness for 1.2 years!

Medicine

The human body has less muscles in it than a caterpillar.

Medicine

There are more living organisms on the skin of a single human being than there are human beings on the surface of the earth.

Medicine

We make around 1 to 1.6 litres of saliva a day.

Medicine

We exercise at least 36 muscles when we smile.

Medicine

When we touch something, we send a message to our brain at 124 mph

Medicine

Our lungs inhale over two million litres of air every day, without even thinking. Their surface area is large enough to cover one side of a tennis

Medicine

Our eyes can distinguish up to ten million colour surfaces and take in more information than the largest telescope known to man.

Medicine

Our blood is on a 60,000-mile journey per day.

Medicine

Our heart beats around 100,00 times every day or about 30 million times in a year.

Medicine

A sneeze generates a wind of 166 km/hr (100 mi/hr), and a cough moves out at 100 km/hr (60 mi/hr).

Medicine

Nerve Impulses travel at over 400 km/hr (249 mi/hr).

Medicine

Considering all the tissues and cells in your body, 25 million new cells are being produced each second. That's a little less than the populati

Medicine

There are 2.5 trillion (give or take) of red blood cells in your body at any moment. To maintain this number, about two and a half million new ones

Medicine

The average red blood cell lives for 120 days.

Video
HOW IT WORKS | Mobile Phones, Bamboo Scaffolding, Rice, Stove
Discovery

Not content with being a great artist Da Vinci turned his hand at architecture, science, music, maths, engineering, and much more. His discove

Discovery

First and foremost the great  Archimedes. Universally recognized as the greatest of all classical engineers, he has influenced the fields of m

Sport

Despite their name and colour, the gold medals presented to w

Sport

The dimples on a golf ball are designed to make it more aerodynamic, allowing it to travel further in the air. There are no official rules about ho

General

Most of it is covered in gravel, though it also contains mountains and oases. Oh, and it isn’t the world’s largest desert—Antarct

General

Getting new equipment to the Space Station used to take months or years, but the new technology means the tools are ready within hours.

General

The original jeans only had four pockets: that tiny one, plus two more on the front and just one in the back.

General

These random facts are mind-blowing! Those 457,000 calories are more than 240 times the energy the whale uses to scoop those krill into its mouth.<

General

Like most four-legged mammals, they have five toes on the front, but their back paws only have four toes. Scientists think the four-toe back paws m

General

The mother spends six months so devoted to protecting the eggs that she doesn’t eat. The babies are the size of a grain of rice when they&rsq

General

In fact, one Texas man was hospitalized when a bullet he shot at an armadillo ricocheted off the animal and hit him in the jaw.

General

They’re legumes. According to Merriam-Webster, a nut is only a nut if it’s “a hard-shelled dry fruit or seed with a separable rin

General

Fact: Scotland has 421 words for “snow”

General

1. Giant pandas (often referred to as simply “pandas”) are black and white bears. In the wild, they are found in thick

Geography

1. Most Ancient Egyptian pyramids were built as tombs for pharaohs (rul

Biography

Bruce Lee was a revered martial artist, actor and filmmaker known for movies like 'Fists of Fury' and 'Enter the Dragon,' and the t

Biography

Beyoncé Knowles is a multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning recording artist who's acclaimed for her thrilling vocals, videos and live sho

Biography

Adolf Hitler was the leader of Nazi Germany. His fascist agenda led to World War II and the deaths of at least 11 million people, including some si

Sport

The 2022 World Soccer Championship will be opened in Lusail (Qatar), a city which did not exist till recently.

Sport

Anna Kopchovsky, the first woman to cycle around the world in 1894, had only learned how to cycle a few days before she set off. She covered the en

Sport

The sport of badminton was initially called “Poona”.

General

The Earth’s crust is split into gigantic pieces called tectonic plates. These plates are in constant motion, propelled by currents

General

A neutron star is the remnants of a massive star that has run out of fuel. The dying star explodes in a supernova while its core collapses in

Discovery

Italian inventor and engineer Guglielmo Marconi sends the first radio signal across the Atlantic Ocean. On 19 January 1903, he sends the first

Discovery

10 December 1901

The prestigious Nobel Prizes are awarded for the first time. Alfred Nobel, the Swedish inventor of dynamite, l

Discovery

Austrian doctor Karl Landsteiner discovers the common blood groups, key to major medical advances such as safe blood transfusions and the identific

General

There are certain metals – including potassium, sodium, lithium, rubidium and caesium – that are so reactive that they oxidise (or tarn

General

Our atmosphere is made up of roughly 78 per cent nitrogen and 21 per cent oxygen, with various other gases present in small amounts. The vast major

General

When a substance is heated up, its particles move more and it takes up a larger volume – this is known as thermal expansion. Conversely, a dr

General

Babies have about 300 bones at birth, with cartilage between many of them. This extra flexibility helps them pass through the birth canal and

Medicine

Exercise will give you more energy, even when you’re tired.

Medicine

Your skin works hard. Not only is it the largest organ in the body, but it regulates your temperature and defends against disease and infection.

Medicine

Laughing is good for the heart and can increase blood flow by 20 percent.

Geography

1. Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite is the national motto

The country’s national motto Liberte, Egalite, Franernite ("Liberty, E

Geography

1. Italy is one of Western Europe's youngest countries

Did you know how old Italy is as a country? Italy has only been a country si

Geography

Germany is known for a lot of things.

Free-tuition universities, high-quality education, and cultural diversity are

Biography

Bill Clinton was the 42nd president of the United States, and the second to be impeached. He oversaw the country's longest peacetime economic e

Biography

Entrepreneur Bill Gates founded the world's largest software business, Microsoft, with Paul Allen, and subsequently became one of the richest m

Biography

Steve Jobs co-founded Apple Computers with Steve Wozniak. Under Jobs' guidance, the company pioneered a series of revolutionary technologies, i