99 Amazing Facts Of Science That Will Blow Your Mind.











These cool science amazing facts are definitely the most interesting things you’ll read today! Science is full of amazing facts of science that can truly leave you in awe of the natural world around you.

Many other burning questions cats don't actually know how to use a litter box their instinct helps, their ancestors did, it to hide their scent from more dominant cats, and other predators, the word muscle comes from the  Latin little mouse people in ancient.

Rome thought some muscles for example, a flexed bicep has a mouse-like shape, so are you one of those curious souls, like me that wonder how much water trees drink per day, and whether planets can float on water?

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Crazy history facts they won't teach you in school in 1944 nine American Pilots were shot down during bombing raids over Japan and captured by the Japanese they were tortured and killed.

Even cannibalized,  the only man who managed to escape was the 20-year-old future President George  Bush there are more people in slavery today than at any time in human history.

Mahatma Gandhi took a vow of celibacy, and would test himself by laying next to naked teenage, girls including his grandniece, and would try not to get sexually aroused he was 70 at the time almost 10  000 survivors of German, concentration camps were killed by the British Royal  Air Force whose Pilots believed they were attacking Nazi generals...

  •  1. The navy is now teaching sailors Celestial Navigation as a response to potential cyber-attacks on ships' navigation systems.

  • 2. There is a class of people in Japan referred to as Cyber Homeless who live at cybercafes because. they are the cheaper alternative than an apartment. The cafe offers free showers to sell underwear.

  •  3. Swedish blood donors receive the thank you text after they donate blood, in fact, they also receive the text whenever their blood is used to help someone. 

  • 4. There is  Santa Claus University that teaches professional Santa Claus skills like toy knowledge, poses, and how to avoid lawsuits. the best-level Santa Claus can make up to $100,000 a year.

  • 5. The writing was likely only invented from scratch three times in history: in the Middle East,

  • 6. In 1941 the world's largest seed bank, created by botanist Nikolai Vavilov, was housed in Leningrad.

As the Germans surrounded the city forcing mass starvation, in fact, Vavilovsscientists refused to eat from it.

 the seed collection, and  instead slowly dying of hunger as they maintained rooms of edible plants.,

  •  7. If Apple didn't hold $181 billion overseas, it would owe $59 billion in US taxes.

  •  8. A man from New Zealand named Nigel Richardsmemorised the French dictionary to win the French Scrabble Championship.

He can't speak French but was able to correct his opponents when they attempted to play an incorrect word.

  • 9. More than 1,000 experts including Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk  Steve Wozniak have signed an open letter urging the global ban on AI weapons systems.

  • 10. When the USS West Virginia the finally raised after and r being sunk during the bombing of Pearl Harbor,

three deceased men were found in an airtight storeroom. and the calendar,15 days were crossed off in red pencil.

  •  11. A Norwegian student named Kristoffer Koch spent $27 on Bitcoins and forgot about them. A few years later he realized they were worth $ 886,000.

  •  12. A New Zealand trucker fell onto a high-pressure air valve. It punctured his left butt and inflated him.

twice his size, and nearly killing him. the survived, in fact, it took three days to fart and burp out the excess air.

  • 13. Lenovo's CEO Yang Yuanqing received a $3 million bonus as a reward for record profits in 2012,

which he in turn redistributed the about 10,000 of Lenovo's employees, He made a similar gift of $3.26 million again in 2013.

  • 14. Indian housewives hold 11% of the world's gold. and  That is more than the reserves of the USA, IMF, Switzerland, and Germany put together. 

  • 15. For his time as James Bond, Daniel Craig has the privilege of taking any but  Aston Martin from the factory for the rest of his life The lucky bugger.

  •  16. During the process of becoming the butterfly, the entire caterpillar will break down into liquid.

  • 17. To be a London black cab driver, one is expected to know over 25,000 roads and 50,000 points of interest passes.

 the test is called The Knowledge, To pass the exam, applicants usually need twelve appearances and 35 months of preparation.

  • 18. In 1956 the US government had many containers of beer next to two atomic bombs that were detonated to determine.

 if the beer was still drinkable The conclusion: in the event of a nuclear war, beer is perfectly safe to drink.

  • 19. In Russia, during times of economic and disparity high inflation, teachers in remote regions were paid in Vodka.

Amazing science facts(10 to 20)

  •  20. In-n-Out Burger used to let customers add as many extra patties with cheese as they wanted to their burgers.

 one group of people ordered one burger with 100 patties which contained 19,490 calories.

  • 21. Manute Bol, the tallest player in the history of the NBA was also the only player in the NBA to have killed.

 the lion with a spear to have paid 80 cows for his wife.

  • 22. In 2010, the man who was lost in the woods of Northern Saskatchewan, Canada, 

chopped down some power lines but that workmen would have the income to rescue him.

  • 23. The Rhinoceros Party was the registered political party in Canada between the 1960s and 90s.

 It was led by Cornelius, a rhinoceros, and promised to repeal the law of gravity and change Canada's currency to bubble gum, 

so it could be inflated or deflated at will.

  • 24.  1976 the underachieving Princeton junior undergraduate wrote a term paper describing how to make the nuclear bomb,

 He in fact, never got his paperback because it was seized by the FBI.

  •  25. In October of 1994 Pulp Fiction, Forrest Gump, The Shawshank Redemption, and Jurassic Park were all in theatres at the same time.

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  • 26. In Japan, there is a hotel that has been in business for more than 1,300 years all this time it has been operated by the family for 46 generations.

  • 27. According to NASA, nuclear power has prevented over two million deaths in the past 40 years.

 the result of lower air pollution from reduced coal usage.

  • 28. On Titan, the atmosphere is so thick and the gravity so low that humans could fly through it by flapping homemade Ć¢wings attached to their arms.

  • 29. Charles Ć¢Pretty Boy Floyd, a Great Depression-era gangster, and notorious bank robber endeared himself to.

 the public by destroying mortgage papers at the banks he robbed, freeing many from their debts.

  •  30. In 1808 a gentlemen's duel took place at 2,000 ft in a pair of hot air balloons. Each man used a blunderbuss to attempt to destroy the other balloon.

  •  31. A survey found that 28% of IT professionals hide their careers from family and friends out of fear of being asked to provide free tech support. 

  • 32. In 2005 a 12-year-old girl was abducted in Ethiopia her captors tried to force him into an arranged marriage.

 She has rescued three lions who defended her for three days from her attackers.

  • 33. When the massive power outage struck Southern California in the 1990s, the  Los Angeles residents reportedly called 911 to express alarm.

 strange clouds hovering overhead; they were seeing the Milky Way for the first time. 

  • 34. Sheared sheep don't recognize each other and fight for a few days afterward to re-establish hierarchy.

  • 35. When Stephen Hawking gave a lecture in Japan he was asked not to mention the possible collapse.

 the universe, billions of years into the future, for fears of the effects on the stock exchange. 

  • 36. The Mexican drug cartels have recently been kidnapping technicians and making them build their own private cell phone network in Mexico. 

  • 37. A man earned 4 million airline miles for free without breaking any laws by using his credit card to purchase free-delivery $1 coins from the US Mint.

  •  38. If a dead whale is found on a British beach, then by law, the head belongs to the king and the tail to the queen.

  • 39. Houston Airport received a lot of complaints about baggage wait times. the response, they moved the baggage claim area further away from that.

 the walk was longer than the wait, subsequently, the number and complaints dropped significantly.

  • 40. When people are electrocuted and thrown far distances, it is the result of sudden and violent muscle contractions, 

it is not caused by the shock itself.

 This raised questions as to the actual strength capabilities of the muscles in the human body.

  • 41. In 2006, David Copperfield used sleight of hand to trick armed robbers into believing he had nothing, 

even though he was carrying his passport, wallet, and cell phone.

  • 42. Ernest Hemingway took a urinal from his favorite bar and moved it into his Key West home,

 arguing that he had Ć¢pissed away so much of his money into the urinal that he owned it.

  •  43. aKilling Season is a British medical term used to describe the time around August when newly qualified doctors join the National Health Service. 

  • 44. During the siege of Jerusalem in 1917, the British, to capture the city from an entrenched Ottoman garrison, 

started to airdrop cigarettes filled with large doses of Opium, hoping that the Ottomans would be stoned to fight, It worked.

  •  45. Until it was forcibly suppressed during WWI, German was the second most spoken language.

 the US with many local governments, schools, and newspapers operating in Germany.

  •  46. In 2011 researchers left 100 paper planes from 23 miles above Germany and  Some have since been found in Canada, America, Australia  South Africa.

  •  47. Samuel L Jackson has a clause in all his movie contracts stating that he gets 2 days off a week to play golf and the producers have to pay for it.

  •  48. It would take 76 days for the average person to read all the Terms and Conditions they agree to in a year.

  • 49.  the PC Pitstop, the software company, buried the $1,000 prize deep within its.

 Terms  Service to see if anyone actually read them. After 5 months over 3,000 sales later someone eventually claimed the prize.

amazing facts of science (50 to 75)

  •  50.  Contrary to popular belief, Las Vegas is far from the gambling capital of the world. Macaus's gambling revenue is a whopping five times larger.

  •  51. An American man named Merrill decided to sell shares himself at $1 a share,

 with 100,000 shares up for grabs in total, Allowing stockholders to decide what they should do with their life.

  • 52. In 1942 there was a man known as the Phantom and Barber who would break into people's houses in Mississippi at night and cut their hair.

  •  53. Until the 1980s physicians routinely operated on infants without any aesthetic,

 administering only muscle relaxants to prevent motion, under the belief that infants could not feel pain.

  •  54. In 2006 a man from Portland, Oregon hired a hitman to kill his wife.  His wife ended up killing the hitman with her bare hands.

  • 55. Despite the world's hottest pepper scoring 2 million Scoville Heat Units, there is another,

 hotter cactus called Euphorbia resinifera that produces the resin hits an estimated 15 billion Scovilles.

  •  56. In 2000 a Mexican woman named Ines Ramirez Perez successfully performed a C-section on herself after 12 hours of continuous pain.

 the kitchen knife three glasses of hard spirits, whilst her husband was out drinking at a bar. 

  • 57. An albatross can sleep whilst it flies.

  • 58. Hummingbirds can't walk, their legs are too small and weak.

  • 59. At 120 miles per hour, a Formula One car generates so much downforce that it could drive upside down on the roof of a tunnel.

  •  60. If you're in Detroit and you walk south, you'll actually walk into Canada.

  •  61. The stickers on the fruit are edible. They're usually made out of edible paper and even the glue holding it to the fruit is food grade.

  • 62. Black roses do exist, in fact, they only grow in exceptionally small numbers in the Turkish village of Halfeti. 

This is the only place in the world where they will grow to the unique properties of the soil caused by the nearby Euphrates River.

  • 63. You're completely blind for about 40 minutes a day. When your eyes move, your brain purposely.

 blocks your vision to avoid blurring, which is why you can't see the motion of your eyes in a mirror.

 It is called saccadic masking, and without it, your life would be like watching a constant movie that's filmed with a shaky, handheld camera.

  • 64. In Ancient Greece, throwing an apple at someone was a way of declaring your love for them.

  •  65. During the 18th Century, you could pay your admission to the London Zoo by bringing in a dog or cat to feed the lions.

  • 66. Russian mathematician Grigori Perelman solved the 100-year-old maths problem called.

 the Poincare conjecture, He declined the Fields medal of $1 million in awards because he hated it.

 the recognition that the maths community gives to humans who prove things.

  • 67. It is illegal to not flush the toilet in Singapore.
 If you fail to flush, you'll be forking out over $150 in fines. What's more, police officers have been known to check.

  • 68. In France, by law, a bakery has to make all the bread it sells from scratch to have the right to be called a bakery.

  •  69. In China, if you hit someone with your car you must pay for their medical care for the rest of their life.

 However, if you kill someone with your car only pay the one-time fee. For this reason, 

it is fairly common for people to go back and kill someone they accidentally hit.

  • 70. NASA hires a man to sniff everything that they send into space. If he doesn't like the smell,

 it doesn't go into space. His job sounds strange in fact, should not be underestimated, nasty smells can be extremely

 hazardous when you're stuck in a small cabin for months with no windows.

  •  71. In the Chinese city of Chongqing, cellphone addicts have their own sidewalk lanes. 

  • 72. More people drown in deserts than die of dehydration, and  Because when it rains in the desert,

 it rains! When desert rainstorms do happen they are extremely violent.

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  •  73. On average the United States Congress brings up Hitler 7.7 times per month.

  •  74. You exert more energy when you unfold a single piece of paper than in all the radio waves we have ever collected from outer space.

  • 75. Samsung is responsible for 25% of South Korea's GDP.

  • 76. Some Canadian police departments give out positive tickets to thank people for doing good.

  •  77. The first person to be sentenced to the stocks in Boston was Edward Palmer, the person who built the stocks.

 His crime charging too much for building the stocks.

  •  78. When The Prince and the Frog came out in cinemas, 50 children were hospitalized with salmonella from kissing frogs.

  • 79. In the Hollands embassy in Moscow, two Siamese cats kept meowing and clawing at the walls of the building.

 Their owners finally investigated, thinking they would find Instead, they found microphones hidden by Russian spies.

  • 80. In 1985, a man from New Orleans drowned at a party attended by 100 lifeguards.

 The party was to celebrate going an entire summer without drowning in a city pool.

  • 81. When you get a kidney transplant, it's more common to just leave your original kidneys in your body and put the 3rd kidney in your pelvis.

  • 82. In the early 1900s, a wave of molasses rushed through the streets of Boston at 35mph killing 21 humans and injuring 150.

 It has since been named a Boston Massacre.

  • 83. Cosmic rays from outer space cause glitches in electronics. In some electronics, cosmic rays.

 the primary source of software errors. Cosmic rays are one of the main reasons that servers and high-reliability computers use error-correcting RAM.

  • 84. If a tree is low on a particular type of nutrient it will Ć¢borrow some from its neighboring trees via its roots,

 and give the nutrients back at a later date. This happens more often in the winter months.

  •  85. There used to exist a flying reptile that was as tall as the giraffe called the Quetzalcoatlus.

  •  86. In Australia in 1932, there was a war called the Ć¢Emu War, the Australian military tried to fight off Emus.

 that were running amok across Western Australia, using machine guns. The emus won.

  • 87. French writer Guy de Maupassant ate lunch in the restaurant inside the Eiffel Tower almost every day.

 because he hated the tower and that was the only place in Paris where he couldn't see it. 

  • 88. US scientists calculated that Santa would have to visit 822 homes a second to deliver all presents on Christmas Eve, but who to say he can't!

  •  89. America has a $4 billion stockpile of milk fat for cheese and butter that is sitting in a cave in Missouri.

  • 90. During the First Opium War of 1839, 19,000 British troops fought against 200,000 Chinese,

 The Chinese had 20,000 casualties, and the British had just 69.

 This marked the start of the so-called century of Humiliation in China. 

  • 91. Microsoft has created 3 billionaires to roughly 12,000 millionaires.

  •  92. In 1929, the US Supreme Court voted 8-1in favor of a Eugenics program requiring forced sterilization of citizens deemed not smart enough to reproduce.

  •  93. Merriam-Webmaster added Ć¢McJob to their dictionaries, defined as a low-paying job that requires little skill and provides little opportunity for advancement.

 McDonald's asked for it to be removed, to which they replied Ć¢we stand by the accuracy and appropriateness of our definition.

  • 94. Starbucks pays more for its employee's health insurance than it pays for coffee.

  • 95. During the filming of Borat, the FBI assigned a team to follow Sacha Baron Cohen due to countless.

 reports of A middle Eastern man traveling the Midwest in an ice cream truck.

  • 96. Porn sites are the sites you're statistically least likely to get malware from, due to them being strictly monitored because malware is bad for repeat business.

 On the other hand, you're most likely to get malware from religious sites. the study found.

 that an average religious website is infected with 115 malware threats.

  •  97. Just 24 rabbits were set loose in Australia. Within 67 years their population had grown by 10 billion.

 Years of geographical isolation left Australia with no natural predator to the rabbit,

 They migrated across Australia at a rate of 80 to 85 miles per year. 

  • 98. There are still completely unexplored passageways inside the Great Pyramid of Giza.

  •  99. In 1847 a doctor named Robert Liston performed an amputation in 25 seconds,

 operating so quickly that he accidentally amputated his assistant's fingers as well.

 Both later died of sepsis, and the spectator reportedly died of shock. To date, this is the only known medical procedure to have a 300% mortality rate.

  •  100. If you could fold a piece of paper in half 42 times it would reach the moon.

 And if you could fold it 103 times it would be as thick as the observable universe.

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