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32 Weird Facts, Random Fast Fun Random Facts

32 Weird Facts, Random Fast Fun Random Facts

32 Weird Facts, Random Fast Fun Random Facts

Ready for some Random Fast Fun & Weird Random Facts? Here ya go! Just for you!

  • There are over 700 species of bacteria in breast milk. This, and the fact that it’s a bodily fluid (just don’t cook with it!), should stop you from adding it to your brownies.
  • The human eye has a resolution of 576 megapixels.
  • The only person who was ever cured of HIV/AIDS is Timothy Ray Brown. After undergoing chemotherapy and having a bone marrow transplant to treat leukemia, doctors were shocked to find out he was cured of HIV/AIDS. While the transplant came from someone with a natural resistance to HIV, experts still don’t fully understand why. This is why you should always invest AT LEAST a couple of skill points into resistance. We are still waiting for news of people spontaneously recovering from Ebola, even if there are treatment and vaccines currently under research and trials.
  • The urine of a diabetic person contains so much sugar that it can be purified and made into whiskey.
  • Before the 17th century, science and scientists weren’t recognized as, well, scientists. They were actually called ‘’natural philosophers’’, because the concept of scientist wasn’t invented yet.
  • 75% of the world’s food stocks are made from 12 plants and five animal species. Think about that the next time you and your friends can’t decide on what to order.
  • Grasshoppers have ears on their stomachs. On each side of the first abdominal segment , right under the wings, they have membranes that vibrate when they are hit by sound waves.
  • Charles Osborne spent 68 years of his life hiccuping. As a final ‘’screw you’’ from the forces of evil, the hiccups stopped just a year prior to his death.
  • The State of Colorado has a volcano that last erupted around the time when the pyramids were being built in Egypt.
  • Violin bows are made from horse hair
  • Our oceans cover more than 70 per cent of the Earth’s surface.
  • The majority of life on Earth is aquatic.
  • The world’s longest mountain chain is underwater.
  • There are more historic artifacts under the sea than in all of the world’s museums.
  • It’s possible to find rivers and lakes beneath the ocean.
  • The Pacific Ocean is the world’s largest ocean and contains around 25,000 islands.
  • When you clap your hands at the base of the Kulkan Temple in Mexico, the song of a sacred Mayan bird will echo through the air. (It is believed that the Mayan people constructed the Temple in a way that a clap at the base of the temple produces an echo that sounds like a call of the sacred Quetzal bird, a gorgeous bird cloaked in an array of green and red feathers.)
  • Also, every equinox, when the sun rays hit the pyramid, the resulting shadow is like that of an enormous snake which slithers down the side of the Temple.
  • The Amazon River is the second longest in the world in length and the largest in flow in the world, but there is no bridge across the entire river.
  • No matter which part of the turtle’s shell you touch, the turtle will feel it, let alone hit the shell.
  • 2007, Iran arrested 14 squirrels on suspicion of espionage.
  • Most of the oxygen on the earth does not come from trees, but is dominated by algae in the ocean.
  • Ants won’t get injured from falling, no matter how high they fall, they won’t get injured.
  • Roosters do not have a Penis. Weird but it’s truth. (Find out more about this fact in Expanded Facts)
  • If you want to pinch cute animals, this may be a disease. (Cute things invoke an emotional response in the brain. In order to prevent our emotions from becoming too agitated, our brains will involuntarily produce an opposite emotion to maintain balance, causing some people to do something destructive. This usually leads to kneading or pinching.)
  • Canada has a maple syrup cartel
  • Tuna needs to swim constantly, and if it stops, it will suffocate and die. (The gill muscles of the tuna have been degraded. They always open their mouths, swim non-stop, and obtain oxygen by flowing fresh water through the gills.)
  • This means the tuna continues to seim while asleep
  • Sperm Whales Standing in the ocean when they are sleeping !
  • Under normal circumstances, the height of a girl differs very little from the length of her arms.
  • Gray whales need the assistance of a third whale to mate. (The third whale needs to lift the body of the female whale from below to successfully complete the mating process because they are too heavy.)
  • In 1980, a woman named Jean Hilliard froze stiff in -22 degree weather. After 6 hours she was discovered. Doctors said her skin was too hard to pierce with a hypodermic needle and her body temperature was too low to register on a thermometer. Her face was ashen and her eyes were solid with no response to light. She was wrapped in an electric blanket to thaw and 49 days later was discharged from the hospital with no permanent damage to her body.

32 Weird Facts, Random Fast Fun Random Facts

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