34 Things People Google the Most
Date: 2019-12-09 18:00:08
With almost 5 billion people using the Internet these days, it may seem hard to find information that will make you go “Wow!” That’s why it’s so amazing that there are still some facts that can surprise even the most knowledgeable people on the planet!
Do you know, for example, that Earth once had not one but two moons? Or that animals try to stay clear of power lines? Or that there are more than 24 time zones in the world? Many time zones have only a 30- or 45-minute difference from the neighboring ones. So, guys, remember to tell us in the comments below about the time zone you live in!
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– The chances are that Earth once had not one but two moons! The second one was tiny – just 750 miles across.
– If you want to burn some calories by clicking a computer mouse, you’ll have to do it 10 million times.
– The Canary Islands weren’t named after canary birds! This archipelago is a part of Spain, and in Spanish, it’s called Islas Canarias, which is a variation of the Latin phrase Canariae Insulae — “island of dogs.”
– The world-famous “Mona Lisa” spent several years in Napoleon Bonaparte’s bedroom.
– Animals stay clear of power lines because those give off flashes of ultraviolet light.
– The largest city in the world is Tokyo — its population is more than 38 million people!
– The blue bird you can see on the Twitter logo has an official name! It’s Larry the Bird, and the creator of the social network named it after the former NBA basketball player Larry Bird from Boston Celtics!
– The Mimic Octopus has a perfect defense system: it can not only change its color but also take the shapes of other animals, for example, flounders, sea snakes, or lionfish.
– If all those 7 and a half billion people living on Earth right now stood shoulder-to-shoulder, they would occupy just 500 square miles.
– The microbes living inside humans turn out to be way more diverse than researchers previously thought. And what’s even worse, almost 99% of them are unknown to science.
– Every single panda in the world belongs to this country, even if it’s a cub born in another part of the world!
– Scotland has more than 400 words to describe snow!
– Sign language is recognized as an official language in 41 countries. By the way, there are more than 300 such languages, including International Sign Language.
– Instead of using good old water, firefighters extinguish fires with “wet water.” They add special wetting agents to it — chemicals that reduce the surface tension that regular water has.
– Those 7 and a half billion people who live today make up just 7 percent of the total number of people who have ever lived on Earth.
– Blue whales eat almost half a million calories at a time — and that’s 240 times the energy they need to gather krill into their mouths.
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