There is no end to rain in Mt. Waialeale in Kauai, Hawaii, as it has up to 350 rainy days every year.
The biggest raindrops on Earth were recorded in Brazil and the Marshall Islands in 2004— some of them were as huge as
Rain occurs on other planets in our Solar System but it is different to the rain we experience here on Earth.
Rain falls from clouds in the sky in the form of water droplets, this is called precipitation.
After a long search, a 22-year old man found his birth mother working at the same store as him.
Invasive predators have contributed to 87 bird, 45 mammal, and 10 reptile extinctions—over half of all known extinctions in these groups.
29% of Americans making more than $150,000 per year have less than $1,000 in savings.
The average smartphone user checks his or her phone 35 times a day.
Apple suggests 32° Fahrenheit as the lowest operating ambient temperature for the iPhone because a cold smartphone battery can drain faster than normal or it might say it has ample power remaining and then suddenly go dead
Study says, 65% of smartphone users download zero apps a month
Our smartphones are millions of times more powerful than all of NASA’s combined computing in 1969
Nikola Tesla predicted the modern smartphone in 1926
The iconic Nokia 3310s battery capacity is 3 – 4 times less than an average smartphone today.
It costs less than $1 a year to keep your smartphone charged up.
The Majority of Apple’s Revenue Comes from iPhones
The OLED Screen is the iPhone X’s Most Expensive Part
60 billion emojis are sent on Facebook every day as of July 2017.
The first emoji was created by Shigetaka Kurita in Japan in 1999.
only 3 percent of lost or stolen laptops were recovered by their owners. More than 50 percent of corporate crimes have a connection with a stolen laptop.
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This is Fourth Times in a row when a European team win the
This Is France's Second World Cup Title
Congratulations France For Winning Of Football 2018
Congratulations To France Fro Winning 2018
In total the two sides have met five times, with France still unbeaten by the Croats. The French have won three matches while two ended in a draw, including their Euro 2004 encounter (2-2).
Croatia have played more than 360 minutes of football in those three matches, excluding time spent on the pitch for penalties in two of them. France needed just 270 minutes in their three knockout games to reach the final.
It will be Croatia’s FIRST TIME in the World Cup finals
Bandra Worli Sealink has steel wires equal to the earth's circumference
The 2011 Kumbh Mela was the largest gathering of people with over 75 million pilgrims. The gathering was so huge that the crowd was visible from space.
According to Forbes, if a Google employee passes away, “their surviving spouse or domestic partner will receive a check for 50% of their salary every year for the next decade.”
If you divide their net worths by their age, Carlos Slim and Bill Gates have each accumulated more than $100,000 in net worth for every hour they’ve been alive.
The Amazon rain forest produces more than 20% the world’s oxygen
At the mouth of the Amazon River, there’s an island nearly the size of Switzerland.
The Amazon River pours so much water into the Atlantic that fresh water can be found so far offshore where there isn’t any land in sight.
Of the top 8 largest rivers by the volume of water discharge, the Amazon River is bigger than all the others combined
The full moon causes a tidal wave to roll up the Amazon river once a day and once a night for a period of only three weeks once a year, resulting in a continuous 4-meter high wave that can be surfed for up to 13km.
A 17-year-old woman, Juliane Koepcke, fell 3 km into the Amazon rainforest when her plane crashed. She survived & walked 10 days before being rescued. All 91 of her other co-passengers died.
According to a theory, a large part of the Amazon rainforest may be a ‘giant orchard’, the legacy of people who flourished here between 450BC and 950AD.
In 1981 India launched a satellite that was transported on an ox-cart, with the rocket parts carried on the back of bicycles
n the next 20-40 million years Mars’ largest moon Phobos will be torn apart by gravitational forces leading to the creation of a ring that could last up to 100 million years.
Pieces of Mars have fallen to Earth.
On Mars the Sun appears about half the size as it does on Earth.
Half of all pigs on earth live in China.
China invented icecream. This occurred when the Chinese packed a soft milk and rice mixture in the snow.
In 130 AD, Zhang Heng invented the first instrument for monitoring earthquakes, and it could detect and indicate the direction of the earthquake.
Stamp collecting is the number one hobby in China.
Many historians think that soccer began in China around 1000 BC.
The 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing were the most expensive in the history. They were estimated to cost $40 billion.
In Ancient China, soldiers sometimes wore armour made from paper.
The Chinese New Year celebration lasts for 15 days.
China, every year is represented by one of 12 animals.
The Great Wall of China is the largest man-made structure in the world, extending 8,850 km (5,500 miles).
In 2003, China became the third country in the world to successfully send a person to space.
The Yangtze River in China is the fourth longest river in the world and reaches 5,797 km (3,602 miles) in length. Also, the Yellow River is the sixth longest, stretching 4,667 km (2,900 miles).
Every year, China experiences typhoons and also suffers from floods, earthquakes, tsunamis, and droughts.
The capital city of China is Beijing, while Shanghai is the most populated city. Other major cities are Chongqing, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen.
There are many different languages that are spoken in China, including Mandarin, Wu, Yue, Minbei, Xiang, Minnan, Xiang, Hakka, and Gan.
The highest mountain in the world, which is 29,028 feet tall, is named after the first surveyor of India, Sir George Everest. The Chinese people call Mount Everest Qomolangma, which means “Mother Goddess of the Earth.”
Throughout the century, the name of the capital of China has changed. It has been known as Dadu, Yanjing, and Beiping. Peking or Beijing means “Northern Capital”.
China is considered to be the oldest civilization with some historians marking 6000 BC as the beginning of the Chinese civilization. Also, it has the world’s longest used written language
The origin of the word “China” derives from the Qin dynasty. The first emperor of the Qin dynasty was Qin Shi Huang (260-210 BC).
Ruth Wakefield, the inventor of the chocolate chip cookie sold the idea to Nestle Toll House in return for a lifetime supply of chocolate.
The inventors of Bubble Wrap, Alfred Fielding and Marc Chavannes, were originally trying to make 3d plastic wallpaper, which was a failure.
The upside-down ketchup bottle earned its inventor Paul Brown $13 million.
In Sweden, some students let out a primal scream at 10 PM every night. The 'Flogsta Scream' is when students at some universities stop what they're doing at exactly 10 PM and collectively scream from their windows to help blow off steam and ease the stresses of college life.
you die of old age, your heart will probably still have more than half of the same cells it had when you were born.
The Sentinelese people, who live on the Andaman Islands, don't utilize agriculture or fire and are regarded as still in the Stone Age.
The Beatles' "Rubber Soul" inspired The Beach Boys' "Pet Sounds," which inspired The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band."
The famous phrase "Elvis has left the building" reflects the fact that Elvis Presley never performed an encore.
The city of Florence, Italy has had the same wealthiest families for six centuries.
In the last 5 years of Billboard’s top 50 Christian songs, there were 2.5 times as many mentions of “grace” as “sin” in the songs’ lyrics.
In Melbourne, Australia, you can get a "deconstructed flat white"—espresso coffee, milk and hot water served separately in three beakers.
The Harry Potter spell "Expelliarmus" combines the Latin words "expello," which means mean “I banish,” with "arma," which means “weapons."
According to a study, U.S. states with more guns also have more cops die in the line of duty.
Pantone 448 C is a color so repugnant, many European countries use it on their tobacco products to dissuade people from smoking.
If a pacemaker is left in a body when it's cremated, it can explode.
A North Carolina woman bought a freezer from her neighbor for $30. After the neighbor moved away, she opened it and found human remains.
Venice, Italy does not have a complete modern sewage system—its canals are its sewer system.
Humans have caused 322 animal extinctions over the past 500 years.
Those who intellectually immerse themselves in music experience goosebumps from it more often and more intensely than others.
Nearly 80% of the Pacific island of Nauru consists of abandoned surface mines and is uninhabitable—it's mainly used for money laundering.
An Alabama man got lost in the woods. A police officer came to rescue him, but also got lost. It took 3 hours and a K9 unit to find them.
More Time Passed Between the Start and End of Construction on the Great Wall of China than Between the Start of Christianity and Today
The Supervisor of the Ouija Board Company Fell to His Death From the Roof of a Factory that the Board Told Him to Build
The City of Cincinnati, Ohio Has an Abandoned Subway System Which Was Never Used