Facts of weirdness

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Hello WGG people, as you know im a pretty weird person, and i felt like proving myself. So get ready.

  1. We share 50% of our DNA with a Banana
  2. We have a 2 gene difference with a cow so we are closly related.
  3. Finally the reason why life started on this planet is because of meteorite that hit our planet and the molecules inside of it helped create life.

If you would like to post weird facts and challenge me then post then below.

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Challenge accepted, despite there being no challenge!

Humans have four nostrils. Two are obvious, but the other two are back inside of your head, connected to the throat, and these are the ones that let you breathe through your nose. We kept these as we evolved from fish. Also, nose nostrils detect different smells, to allow what can be described as "nasal stereo".

I love this game!

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I'll come up with one when I get back from school :D

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men have a uterus but is not connected to any other part of the body also sex is a pain reliever ( i actually didnt belive the first one)   

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The urithrea actually has two tubes that secrete both sperm and urine.

 

I hope that's right :/

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Just so you know we dont have to just fo facts about humans, here are a few;

  1. Earth has flying snakes that still live today. (in asia)
  2. My spelling and punctuation aren't always correct(personal fact)
  3. We use to have fish that could live on land and in water because they gills and lungs.( they helped form reptiles)

I'll put the hardcore facts out if you guys put a really hard  challenge me.

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Tomatoes, potatoes and eggplants (or aubergines, if you prefer) all contain nicotine, like tobacco, as all four are part of the nightshade family. This can explain why you sometimes feel a craving for pizza or chips or something like that. Tomato leaves can be used to make a good insecticide.

Nicotine is incredibly deadly, being three times as poisonous as arsenic. It also is the reason why tobacco is more addictive than both heroin and cocaine. Finally, my last tasteful fact is that while the amount of nicotine inside every cigarette is terribly high, most of it is burned away in the cigarette before it is actually taken in by the smoker. That doesn't make up for the fact of everything else it contains, which includes hydrogen cyanide, the poison the Nazis were fond of with gassings.

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Humans are the only animal that goes heel to toe, while other animals put them both down at the same time

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The speed of light is not fixed. Depending on what it is shining through, it can go as fast as nearly 300,000 km per second (in a vacuum) or as slow as just over 60 km per hour (through sodium at -272 degrees C) to even a complete standstill (shining it into a Bose-Einstein condensate of rubidium).

This is also demonstrative that scientists have way too much time on their hands.

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@RPGeesus I will not let you win, here comes a tough one for you to beat,

If the brain thinks that a item is something different than it really is it will treat it like it is the thing that it really isn't. So i don't confuse you if you have an icecube and you convince the brain that it is a piece of molten rock it will think it is a molten rock. So if you touch someone with the icecube instead of having a cold red spot on you for a little bit it will be a burn mark that will sear the skin leaving it there forever with all the characteristics of a burn mark.

Oh what now RPGeesus.

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@bip267

A considerable fact there, and I'm afraid I do not yet have a fact to counter yours yet (it's pretty awesome). But I shall not back down with what I have. It will be an honour to cross fact-swords with such an opponent.

One of the most hazardous environments in the world is your staircase. Whether you will fall on stairs depends on the lighting, the handrails (or lack of), the length and width of the stairs themselves, the pattern on the stairs, and all manner of aspects. Typically, people fall down stairs because of the way you almost lean back as you go down, whereas you lean forward as you ascend. 

Falling down stairs is the second most common cause of accidental death, behind car accidents and ahead of drowning and burns. Also, the rate of accidents changes from country to country Example: Japan has more people injure themselves on stairs than America, due to the fact that Americans don't use stairs as much in public areas, preferring escalators, which is opposed to the Japanese. Your lifestyle also affects your likelihood of accident. Example: people in good shape will fall more than people in bad shape, as they are less careful in their travels than the fat or ill.

There is a science to figuring out the proper rise, going and pitch, and is important as humans are fairly fickle: more than 45 degrees in pitch is uncomfortable and difficult, but less than 27 degrees is monotonous and slow. The number of stairs is similarly as important, and the most dangerous is with four or fewer risers. It seems to inspire overconfidence.

That is my lesson for the day. I will attempt to meet your challenge better next time, bip.

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@RPGeesus that was interesting so i will give you an interesting one.

Any single thing on this planet and universe can kill a human, and when i mean anything i mean anything. A blade of grass could kill you.

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The Earth actually takes 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4 seconds to complete one rotation on its axis.

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OSad that does not count, must of us know he isn't really, but for the people that believe in him this is offensive, so please dont post things like that again.

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Yeah, okay, sorry. I was just kidding.

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yeah i know

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Oh, I missed the controversy. Damnit. Oh well. 'nother fact.

Despite popular belief, cockroaches won't survive nuclear war. In fact, they will be among the first insects to cark it, since they die when exposed to a dose 20,000 rads (degrees of radiation, not just a Fallout thing). Humans get offed at 1000 rads, and fruit flies will die with a dose of 64,000 rads.

What will definitely survive is a bacterium Deinococcus radiodurans, which is capable of tolerating up to 1,500,000 rads, except when frozen, when it doubles. Scientists believe this survivalist bacterium is the clue to finding life on Mars.

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Thats a cool one, but i have a better one.

If you haven't noticed no computer can divide by zero, for a good reason. Dividing by zero goes on forever, and that causes the computer to crash, and all other electrical appliances in the building. Once the navy divided by zero, on one of the ships that was off the shore. The computer couldn't handle it and made the ship go dark and pulled the power in some towns.

Another thing it does is cause black holes, ya black holes are things that have been divided by zero.

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so far im still in the lead

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You are, and I reckon I'll have trouble figuring out a good counter. So for now, I'll use what I have, and hopefully come up with a real banger soon. Right now, just a silly one, which may offend, in which case I apologise.

In terms of sheer size, the animal with the largest penis size is the blue whale. It is on average 1.8 to 3 metres in length (6 to 10 feet for the Imperial users) and is very useful; for example, in Herman Melville's Moby Dick, there is an account of the outer skin being used to create a floor-length, waterproof apron. The testes are each 70kg (150lbs) and can put out about 20 litres (35 pints) of ejaculate.

In terms of size relative to body size, the barnacle takes this one. Although they are fairly small, their penis can extend to seven times their own size. The top of a barnacle us actually what sticks to ships, so what you see is olny the bottom.

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Dang Bip and Geesus.  Keep it up, its like a gentlemen's dual. 

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physics hour:

-the first man to realise that the earth revolts around the sun instead of the sun around the earth was a greek who lived in 270 bc. Even though most of his calculations were wrong he did realise that the sun is larger then the earth and that the sun stood behind the moon, then with some simple insights he concluded that the earth goes around the sun.

-Einstein didn't come to E=m*c² alone. At first he thought that his relativity theorem never could come to Energy but one of his colleges said it could be possible and then Einstein came up with this.

-if you went to the future to kill yourself it would be suicide: since travelling to the future removes you from the present through that time and you just come out as a younger version of yourself, unless you could create an alternate time to travel to. So killing yourself in the future would be the same as killing yourself in the present. Going to the past to kill yourself is the true paradox (just the same as the other: going to the past and have sex with yourself, masterbation or rape?)

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continuing:

-the extreme minimum temperature anything can achieve is -273.16 degrees celsius. This corresponds with 0 degrees Kelvin.

-the light of the stars we see in the sky are actually multiple years old: most stars are several lightyears away, lightyears meaning the distance light travels in year. Even the light of the sun is around 9 minutes old.

-Belgium is the record holder for longest government forming with an ongoing record of 256 days. Iraq was second with 249 days.

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Ok nightshroud you had your physics time now its time for animals,

  1. squirles ( yes the small little tree animals) used to be the size of a mini van.
  2. Beavers used to be the size of bears.
  3. The t-rex wasn't really a predator as we thought but is really a scavanger.
  4. This one goes with science/animals. Scientist have found the reverse aging process gene, they tested it one mice and found it go back into a younger state. It was more energetic, gray fur turned white, and it became fertile again, showing that if perfected on man we could all look 20 for the rest of our lives
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pretty interesting:

got one animal fact:

- the t-rex you mentioned is actually the predececor of the chicken.

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Sorry for the delayed response, surgery has postponed me.

Bananas are not necessarily traditional fruit, and don't grow on trees. The banana plant is a herb, and bananas are the "berries". It's a herb because after fruiting, the stem of the plant will die, just like other herb plants. In order to keep producing bananas, it must grow again from a different place in its roots.

Another way that bananas are unique is in their lack of seeds, but this is not their fault. Indeed, wild bananas have large seeds and little flesh, and are pollinated by bats. Domesticated bananas, however, have lots of flesh but no seeds, in order to be more commercial. The upshot of this is that banana plants are sterile, and rely totally on human attention to survive. They are also incredibly susceptible to disease, and may become extinct soon if something isn't done about it. This is doubly as important because bananas are the most profitable export crop in the world, raking in $12 billion a year.

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Ok RPGeesus you got me there and now it's time for me to go on my best playing field, the last frontier. Space, i didn't want to use this till i had too but you left me no other choice, now get ready for your downfall,

  1. Solar winds are charged particles that are ejected from the upper surface of the sun due to the high temperature of the corona and the high kinetic energy particles gain through a process that is not well understood at this time. Also, did you know that 1 pinhead of the sun’s energy is enough to kill a person at a distance of 160 kilometers?
  2. We will one day lose our moon. That right Luna will be gone forever. ever year the moon moves 3.8 cm away from eart, and since earth slows down .002 per century.
  3. Our Galaxy – the Milky Way is spinning at a rate of 225 kilometers per second. In addition, the galaxy is travelling through space at the rate of 305 kilometers per second. This means that we are traveling at a total speed of 530 kilometers (330 miles) per second. That means that in one minute you are about 19 thousand kilometers away from where you were. 

Now if you guys post anything i will have to put more space stuff up, which i don't mind anyway, hell i might just put more up if i feel like it.
 

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Maybe this is unfair, but I do have a follow-up to your #3 that I just remembered. Did you know that the Milky Way is in orbit with another galaxy, which is also in orbit with us (that's not the correct term, but I don't know what the correct one is)? Also, as the two galaxies spin around this one point, they are getting closer to each other, and will eventually come together to form one single galaxy. I don't remember the exact maths on it, because I haven't used this one in years, but they will integrate seemlessly because of how spread out everything in a galaxy is.

In case that is unfair, then here is my actual fact:

Depending on where you are standing on the world, you can be standing in 0 k/h (kilometres per hour) winds, or 1600 k/h winds. Why can't you notice this? Because the Earth will be spinning at a speed to match it, and is the reason why the winds are going so fast in the first place. At the equator, the Earth spins at about 1600 k/h, and this lessens the further you get towards the North or South poles. If the air in our atmosphere didn't move at all, then the equator would experience winds of 1600 k/h constantly. It is the friction that the air hahs with the Earth that causes it to move. It is also what causes the Coriolis effect.

If you were to live at the equator, you would move that 1600 km every day (in relation to the Earth), due to the Earth's rotation. In contrast, if you lived on the South Pole, you would move 1 km or less (in relation to the Earth), as that moves only as the axis of the Earth. Theoretically, if you were to sit on the exact spot of the South Pole for 24 hours straight, you would not move anywhere (in relation to the Earth), but simply spin in a very slow circle.

For more information on the Coriolis effect, please see the Simpsons episode "Bart vs Australia". For more information on space, please listen to "The Galaxy Song" by Monty Python.

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@ RPGeesus for the UNFAIR thing you posted it woulb take billions of years to do that, and the milkyway is bigger meaning it would destroy the other galaxy (Andromeda galaxy).

Now since you posted something i have to post back,

  1. Cold welding is the most extreme form of welding. if you dont know what welding is, it is when you get two pieces of metal and fuse them together. Cold welding is done in space. since it is so cold anything metal will weld to another piece of metal. Now you say why dont we do that when in space if something breaks or when it falls apart, it is because the earth is coated with something that makes it unable to do this even in space. nothing on earth can do this.
  2.  i had to copy and paste this one so you don't have to count this. Fact: Earth has at least 4 moonsOkay – that is not actually true – but it is very close. In 1986, Duncan Waldron discovered a asteroid (5km across) that is in an elliptic orbit around the sun with a period of revolution virtually identical to that of Earth. For this reason the planetoid and earth appear to be following each other. The periodic planetoid is named Cruithne (pronounced krin-yə) after an ancient group of Scottish people (also known as the Picts). Because of its unusual relationship with Earth, it is sometimes referred to as Earth’s second moon. Cruithne, is fainter than Pluto and would require at least a 12.5 inch reflecting telescope to attempt to be seen. Since its discovery, at least three other similar asteroids have been discovered. These types of objects are also found in similar relationships to other planets in our Solar System. In the image above (courtesy of Paul Wiegert), the earth is the blue circle with a cross in it, and Cruithne’s orbit is shown in yellow.
  3. This one i know and i think nightshroud will like this one because it involves physics. Technically you can go faster than the speed of light. Einstein says that you can't go faster or achieve the speed of light but actually you can. lets say that you go the speed of light ok, if you can reduce your mass you will actually accelerate and be able to pass the speed of light, with this you could actually go dozens of light years in a single day, this is know as a mass effect. (Found this out while i was reading on the mass effect wikia. Ya i know im a nerd.)
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I'd like to continue the galaxy-combining discussion, bip, but since you have deemed it unfair, I shall play by the rules, especially since this is your forum. Anyway, here's another physics fact, so Nightshroud should be excited.

You can't actually touch anything. Allow me to explain. Hopefully everyone reading this should be acquainted with atoms, and how they contain protons and electrons and all of that and are mostly empty space (if not, that's a later fact for me that I've already taken, so no stealing). Because of these electrons, each atom has its own negatively charged electrical field. When they come close to each other, much like a regular magnet, they will repel and never touch.

This can be illustrated by imagining a game of billiards. When one ball strikes another, they don't actually touch each other. Rather, they are reaching the point when the two opposing electrical fields connect, and are being repelled from each other. The distance of this is very small, being one angstrom, or a hundred millionth of a centimetre. Without these fields, the balls would simply pass through each other unscathed. You are not sitting on your chair or standing on your floor at this moment, but simply hovering one angstrom above it.

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so that would mean that we are kinda flying then, interesting. Oh and i will let you go on with your galaxy thing.

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ok now for my fact.

As many of you know sun's will eventually die, but there are some exceptions. When the sun uses all of its hydrogen it will start to shrink, because gravity will take force.But as this happens the sun will get hotter and hotter as it shrinks, to a point to where it can use a new source of fuel helium.As the sun gets it's now source of fuel it will repeal gravity and the sun will expand. 

Now to my fact that goes with this. Scientist say that our sun is 5-6 billion years old, i believe it's older but whatever doesn't matter. Ok our sun will average to about 10 billion when this will happen. as this does happen it will expand and eat mercury, venus, and come very close to eating earth. IT would now have eaten 2 out of the 8 planets in our solar system. But now here comes some more sad news. Our planet will be to close. The sun will fry our planet leaving it as a big ball of rock. No one would survive this no matter what. OK now to another sad thing. since the sun has become a giant (which it would most likely be but it can become a super giant meaning it would eat the asteriod field if it did become this) it has become active again, meaning with one solar flare that would hit earth would shatter it leaving some of it to be consumed and some of earth to be floating in space. what an awesome way to go out. 

Ya i know this topic has been going on for a while so i will finish up. after the billions of years after our sun becomes a giant it will use all of its fuel. at this point we have 2 things that could happen. 1 it could collapse and become a black hole, or 2 it would shrink to a little smaller size of our sun we have today.  Again it would heat up, to a degree that is to the extreme. it will change from red to bluish white. (the hottest of the colors that a sun can be.) Making it a white dwarf. after that finally loses all of its fuel after billions of years it will become a black dwarf, only being hot and basically being a lump of coal.

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Ok everyone, we have reached that point in this conflict to where no one can win or trump each other so i have an idea. Me, RPGeesus, and nightshroud if you want since you have been participating. We will post 3 of the best facts that we can think of/find ok. and then you the viewers will post who they think had the best facts. So RP needs to say that he will do this and nightshroud and we can get this party started. Also warning the content that you will read from us will blow your mind, because you might not be able to handle it, so consult a doctor for this.

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Oh i'll keep out of this. I just bumped into a fight too large for me to handle.

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Oh i'll keep out of this. I just bumped into a fight too large for me to handle.

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I am absolutely in. I do this not for only for the glory of this worthy battle, but to teach the world of stuff they probably don't need to know anyway. Do we have an agreed time and date, or shall I simply respond as quickly as possible once you have placed down your facts?

 

EDIT: Very honourable of you, NightShroud.

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We can set a date if you like. It's up to you i dont really care.

also NightShroud i am very sad but i understand we would rape you like a black hole rapes anything near it

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I'll just respond to you whenever you bring out yours, bip. I'm still trying to come up with the best ones I can think of, so give me a day or two at least. Please.

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Fine, i dont want to do this on a school day anyway,so lets say we post on saturday. and just so you know you can use the internet

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Ok everyone the event of a life time is coming up. On march 5, 2011 Me and RP will post 3 facts tomorrow. Now i need you guys to get people to vote on who you like the most, and that person will win.

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You can actually die from "water-poisoning".

The Water washes out minerals etc you need to live.

So if you drink about 10 liters (about 3 gallons for you Americans ;) ) you die.

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RPGeesus we will postpone this till tomorrow. The reason why is because when i was entering my facts, which took me a good 30 minutes, the website came up with an error message and wouldn't let me post. I got pissed so we will post tomorrow so i can calm down.

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That's fine by me.

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Ok everyone, it is late and i have forgoten about this so, i'm sad to say i Bip give up because i dont feel like doing this anymore, so RPGeesus if you want you can post your facts, but i congratulate you on winning. 

PS. i cant even post facts anymore because soccer pratice wont end till 8 and i will have homework so i really wont have free time, just another reason why i cant do this anymore

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Optimists live longer and have lower overall death rates than strong pessimists.

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Look, bip, I don't have a problem with this contest not going on. I know what you mean about time limits, I'm bogged down with a lot of university work, and I can't even come up with a good third fact. I say we let this go, and keep this topic casual like it was meant to be.

For what it's worth, though, I had fun in our little duel. So thank you.

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ok then,we will keep this casual

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Atoms are mostly empty space, and not a lot more. If you were to imagine an atom expanded to the size of a sports stadium. The nucleus - where the neutrons and protons live - would be in the center, and be approximately the size of a fly. This little fly would be many thousands of times heavier than an actual football stadium would be, because of how amazingly dense the nucleus is, as it contains virtually all of the atom's mass.

The electrons, on the other hand, are all around the stadium, but don't revolve like the typical image of atoms shows. Instead, it's rather like watching the blades of a fan: each of them fills every single bit of space in their orbits around the atom at once (the difference between these and fan blades is that the fan looks like it's in every place it can be at once; atoms actually are in every place at once.)

Have I given up, bip? Have I?

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You knwo what RP you have given up if you are resorting to things to where you can find it in any 8th grade science book then yes you have given up. here is one that you can find in a ninth grade book, did you know that human know more about space then they know about hte ocean.

now for my facts

  1. When you urinate, a small amount of the urine enters your mouth through the saliva glands. But that’s okay – fresh urine is cleaner than saliva.
  2. In 2006 or 2004 i dont really remember there was a astoriod that was getting very close to earth. Many people thought that it was going to hit earth. IF it would have all life on the surface would have died. But luckly it missed. Here comes some bad new it will be back in a few year and be even closer, it wont hit but if it gets in the right spot it could pull it closer meaing the next trip to earth and it hit. The ironic thing about this is that it will hit earth on friday the 13th. 
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Well....now I'll never enjoy pissing as much as I did up to this point, thx dude :(

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Your welcome