scientific facts

A collection of amazing scientific facts facts about animals and plants:

Dogs have their own mark that distinguishes them from other dogs, but they are taken from the nose, not from the toes. Scientists have found that it is possible to infer the presence of ultraviolet rays using a bumblebee, and they have shown that snakes winding can see infrared rays, which are not visible to humans.Apples are a stronger stimulant than coffee, tea and other drinks that contain a high content of caffeine, and therefore it is advised to take it if you feel lazy or tired.

Facts about humans

Man shares a chimpanzee with 99% of hereditary traits, and therefore the saying that intelligence is a wrong inherited thing, as the human genetic map does not contain the inheritance of intelligence.

The human body contains a percentage of iron metal, which is sufficient to make a nail that is more than 7 cm long.

Females have a greater sense of taste than males, where females can distinguish flavors and differentiate between them and feel their presence more than males.

The eye can see the colors and distinguish them with a sense of reflection emanating from the bodies and materials, and therefore the human person cannot really verify whether the color he sees is really the true color. For example, when we look at the foliage we say that it is green, but it can carry a color other than green.


Facts about the universe and inanimate objects

A person sees the light from the moon about one second before the emission. As for the stars, they see their light after tens, hundreds, or even thousands of years of its resurrection, as it is possible to see a star in the sky that has died, transformed, or disappeared.

Until the eighteenth century AD, a group of the most important and largest European scholars attempted to find a masculine and feminine gender for various minerals, as they were thinking of making them reproduce naturally like living creatures.

The height of the Eiffel Tower in France increases in the summer about 15 cm.

In the past, rocket science was called "Goddard's Foolishness." This is because scientists at the time believed that the arrival of rockets in outer space was impossible. But when the scientist (Robert Goddard) did his experiment on the missile, they accused him of failure and his lack of knowledge of physical laws, and they gave his experiment the name of "Goddard's folly."