9 Amazing Facts For People Who Like Amazing Facts

9 Amazing Facts For People Who Like Amazing Facts

We know a lot, we've read dozens of books. But the world still surprises us. Learning something new every day and gathers mind-blowing facts are always exciting. Here we have collected some amazing facts that may surprise you.

1. If you're scared of them, you're more likely to meet them (Cockroach, Spider, etc).

If you don't like these creatures, you're more likely to find one in your bedroom. This is because our attention is drawn to the order of priority, where the most important things are first noticed. If you're afraid of Cockroaches or spiders, this automatically puts the Cockroach or spider close to the top of your priorities, which means that if you're in the room, you'll be the first to find it.

2. 10% of a cat's bones are in its tail.

The cattail has 19 to 23 vertebrae, about 10 % of the total number of bones in her body. A large group of muscles, ligaments, and tendons hold the tail together and give it amazing mobility. The average cat tail length for a male is 11 inches, and for a female, it is 9.9 inches.

3. Clouds can move at 90+ mph speed.

The wind moves the clouds away. Depending on how fast the winds blow at the level of the clouds, it will determine how fast the clouds travel. High cirrus clouds are pushed along a jet stream and can travel more than 100 mph.

4. Chocolate contains the same chemical that, when you fall in love, your brain produces.

It's tryptophan. A small amount of amino acid found in chocolate used by the brain to make serotonin, a neurotransmitter that can produce feelings of happiness. Phenylethylalanine, It promotes feelings of attraction, excitement, and nervousness and is associated with the "butterflies" that we feel when we fall in love.

5. You can boil water in a paper cup over an open flame.

Just fill a cup of paper with water and start trying to burn it from the outside. The water will boil vigorously inside the cup, but the paper itself will not burn. ... The boiling water can't be higher than 212 degrees, and the paper is thin enough that this water keeps its temperature from rising high enough to burn.

6. The longest time between 2 twins being born is 87 days.

33-year-old Maria Jones-Elliot from Glenmore, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland, gave birth to the twins Amy Ann and Kate Marie ("Katie") Elliot, 87 days apart, making them twins with the longest time between births. The twins were born at the Regional Hospital of Waterford.

7. Dogs have a second nose.

Dogs have the so-called "second nose." It's the vomeronasal organ — also known as Jacobson's organ. Jacobson's Organ is a "sense of smell" receptor that is actually not as receptive to ordinary smells as humans can feel. In other words, dogs have a double nose — one that is sensitive and one that is super-sensitive.

8. Today, planes fly slower than they used to in the past.

There's a simple reason for this, money. The price of oil has soared at that time, and airlines are trying to be fuel-efficient. According to Business Insider, airlines can save millions of pounds every year by flying a little slower. That's because aircraft engines need to burn more fuel to get faster.

9. When we don’t use our tongue, it’s actually closer to the upper palate than the lower one.

Most people don't notice that when they don't use their tongue, it's actually closer to the upper palate than the lower palate.

When we relax the tongue or stop it from moving, the inner monologue. We often hold tension in our tongues without being aware of it, and when stressed, many of us manifest this tension by pressing our tongue against the roof of our mouth. As our tongue is part of the involuntary nervous system. 

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