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Friday, August 25, 2017

Fascinating Random Facts (Part 6)

Fascinating Random Facts (Part 6) (Interestingawesome.blogspot.com)


Welcome back to random facts series. This is part 6. Human minds are naturally curious, and always searching for an answers for unusual things. Some of them are cool, some of them are awesome and some will make you speechless. In this list I am going to write down another 25 awesome facts about humans, animals, love, games, earth and universe. If you missed Random Facts series, click here for all random facts posts. So why to wait? Here are some amazing facts for your knowledge.

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  1. Some extraordinary research has found that couples who are in love and bond in a romantic relationship synchronize their heart rates after gazing into each others’ eyes for three minutes.
  2. It is a common myth that dogs can only see in black and white but they can actually see colours just not as vividly as humans.They only have two cones in their eyes to detect colours, whereas humans have three. That means dogs see colours on a blue and yellow scale but cannot distinguish between red and green. Dogs DO have better low-light vision than humans because of a special light-reflecting layer behind their retinas.
  3. Russia, the world’s 9th largest country by population, only contributes to 9% of Europe’s digital games market revenue . Of those who do play games in Russia, 60% access via the internet.
  4. Auroras very beautiful and sometimes weird. The atmosphere is responsible for auroras that occur when solar wind particles hit atoms in the upper atmosphere of the Earth, thereby creating beautiful views of light. Red and blue auroras are created by the excitation of nitrogen atoms, whereas green auroras and brownish-red auroras are from the excitation of oxygen.
  5. Twice during Mercury’s orbit, it gets so close to the Sun and speeds so much that the Sun seems to go backwards in the sky.
  6. Falling in love is much like taking a dose of cocaine, as both experiences affect the brain similarly and trigger a similar sensation of euphoria. Research found that falling in love produces several euphoria-inducing chemicals that stimulate 12 areas of the brain at the same time.
  7. A one year old dog is as physically mature as a 15 year old human.
  8. Popular game consoles that dominate current markets include the Nintendo Wii, Microsoft Xbox 360 and Sony Playstation 3. The three companies are battling to gain the attention of gamers in the competitive gaming industry.
  9. Every day our planet Earth is showered with dusts from space. On a daily basis, around 100 tons of interplanetary material usually in the form of dusts drifts down to the Earth’s surface. However, the tiniest particles are released by comets as their ices vaporize near the sun.
  10. A comet’s tail is made as it nears the Sun and begins to melt. A vast plume of gas millions of kilometers across is blown out behind by the solar wind. The tail is what you see, shining as the sunlight catches it.
  11. In animal kindom, Wolves, swans, gibbons, black vultures, albatrosses and even termites are just a few of those animals that find a mate for a lifetime.
  12. An African wolf dog known as the Basenji is the only dog in the world that cannot bark.
  13. Introduced in 1993, the 3DO was the first video game system to be based entirely on CD technology.
  14. There are around 22,000 man-made objects orbiting the Earth that are nearly 10 cm or even large. Around 5% of it comprises of functioning satellites and 8% of it comprises of sent rockets whereas the rest 87% of it comprises of fragments and inactive satellites.
  15. To save fuel on journeys to distant planets, space probes may use a nearby planet’s gravity to catapult them on their way. This is called slingshot.
  16. Studies show that if a man meets a woman in a dangerous situation, such as on a trembling bridge, he is more likely to fall in love with her than if he met her in a more mundane setting, such as in an office.
  17. Dogs can smell disease. There are also diabetic alert dogs who signal their human when they pick up on the special scent that is released when their human’s insulin levels drop.
  18. The first color portable video game system was the Atari Lynx, introduced in 1989 and priced at $149.
  19. Earth’s North Pole is moving. The magnetic North Pole is moving 10 miles per year northwards. Ultimately, our magnetic poles will be reversed but that’s an event thousands of years away.
  20. Three moons have yet been found to have their own moons: Saturn’s moon Titan, Jupiter’s  Leo, and Neptune’s Triton.
  21. Roses are a traditional symbol of love and, depending on their color, can suggest different nuances of love. For example, red roses indicate passion and true love. Light pink suggests desire, passion, and energy; dark pink suggests gratitude. Yellow roses can mean friendship or jealousy. A lavender or thornless rose can mean love at first sight. White roses mean virtue or devotion. Some roses even combine colors to created more complicated meanings.
  22. A dog’s nose print is actually as unique as a human fingerprint. Their combination of ridges and creases is so distinct it can actually be used to identify them.
  23. Half Life 2 considered as one of the greatest game of all time. Guinness world records awarded half  life 2 to the world record for “highest rated game of all time” 2008 gamers edition.
  24. The longest mountain range on Earth is actually underwater. It is called the mid ocean ridge system. It stretches for 80,000 km all around the world and is nearly 20 times longer than the longest range on the surface, the Andes Mountains. Not only that, the whole thing is completely volcanic.
  25. Uranus’s moon Miranda is the weirdest moon of all. It seems to have been blasted apart, and then put together again.
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