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IN OMG! ON 04 Mar, 2016
Our world is full of unbelievable facts that are true. These facts seem unbelievable because of the wrong ideology of people about them. Scroll down to know more!
If you drill a hole through the center of the earth's core to go other side, you will be shocked with the result. According to scientific research, it takes 42 hours to reach the other side via earth hole. In addition, you will have enough time to click photographs.
World of dinosaurs had 23 hours each day. This phenomenal change was due to strong force between the earth and the moon. Scientific research says that each day increases with 1.4 milliseconds every 100 years due to earth's slow rotation. Surprisingly, people after 20 million years from now will hate Monday's more.
Lobsters never die. As per the research carried by biologists, the lobsters keep growing in size until a predator finds it and kills it. Hence, lobsters are born to be eaten.
Sun of Mercury seems very tricky due to its eccentric orbit and slow rotation. You can see the sun set, rise and set again at the same spot each day.
An unbreakable glass ball bounces more as compared to a rubber ball. You can witness this by yourself, just take a marble ball and a rubber ball to check the difference.
Violets have the power to brainwash you. They contain a compound called ionones that diminishes your scent receptors and you end up forgetting the smell of violets. This is the reason why every time you smell violet, you smell it again for the first time.
Saturn has a low density, which makes the planet appropriate to float in large water body.
Small insecticides such as bees and mosquitoes perceive time slower as compared to humans. That's the reason why insects appear travelling slower and even their lifespan is short to us.
You spin around in space at the speed of 1,000 miles per hours, when you are standing near to the equator of the earth.
Underwater waterfall is actually a reality. It is not a tongue twister. The Denmark Strait Cataract is a perfect example of a underwater waterfall.
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