Kausar Fatima describes Some more curiosities
Human beings are curious by nature and it is due to their some more curiosities that they have evolved into rational creatures. They become curious about anything they feel is hidden, uncertain and unpredictable. They try to find out that how many hours do cats sleep and what is the coldest place on the planet. They try to find out answer to such curious queries and come out with interesting answers.
Coca-Cola offers more than 3,500 drinks and 500 brands, including soft drinks, energy drinks, dairy products, soy drinks, and more. It would take more than nine years for a person to try all of their products.
In the beginning, Samsung was a Korean company that only exported fish, vegetables, fruits, and its own noodles. It wasn’t until 1969 that Samsung Electronics, its electronics segment, was established.
Without expiration date
Honey does not go bad. You can eat honey that was made 3,000 years ago. Be careful, however, for it to keep well, it must be kept in a tightly-closed container and in a place where there are no extreme temperatures.
Blessed rain On Jupiter and Saturn, the rains are composed of diamonds. A study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison claims that gemstones are generated in the atmosphere of both planets and fall to the ground.
It is estimated that in a lifetime, a human being has walked enough to have circled the Earth’s equator five times.
The sound of water
You can tell if the water is hot or cold by the sound it makes as it falls. But you have to have a very good ear.
Medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the United States.
You can’t remember the second to last time you cut your nails.
History of water
A bathtub is the opposite of a boat.
All in good health … and one more
Liechtenstein sent a brigade of 80 men to the Austro-Prussian War in 1866. When they returned, there were 81 because they had made a friend ..
Open your eyes (if you can)
It is impossible to sneeze with your eyes open. Go and try!
The amount of gold held by the Vatican places it second in the world after the United States.
Pool of saliva
In a lifetime, a person produces enough saliva to fill two Olympic swimming pools.
The blue country
About 17% of the total area of Sweden is covered with blueberries. TW
Kausar Fatima works in Some more curiosities international audit firm and writes for magazines