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Random Science Facts
There are 113 Random Science Facts!
If you blowtorch Pepto-Bismol, you would get a hunk of metal.
Because heat expands the metal, the Eiffel Tower always leans away from the sun.
The sun is 330,330 times larger than the earth.
Galalith is a type of plastic that can be made from milk. It is odourless, insoluble in water, biodegradable, anti-allergenic, antistatic, and virtually non-flammable.
The idea of left brain (logical) and right brain (creative) has no basis in neuroscience and is in fact a myth.
The hair of an adult man or woman can stretch 25 percent of its length without breaking.
Termites are being researched as a possible renewable energy source as they can produce up to 2 litres of hydrogen from ingesting a single sheet of paper, making them one of the planet’s most efficient bioreactors.
Iron weighs more after it rusts.
The force of a suction cup is calculated using F=AP.
The earth is approx. 6,588,000,000,000,000,000 tons.
It's possible to sequence DNA on gum and cigarette butts found in the street and 3D print a very accurate face from it.
Most dust particles in your house are made from dead skin!
Scientists have revived a flowering plant from a fruit stored away in permafrost by Arctic ground squirrel 32,000 years ago.
In zero gravity, a candle's flame is round and blue.
Blue eyes are a genetic mutation. Before the mutation occured, all humans had brown eyes.
The only letter not appearing on the Periodic Table is the letter "J".