Most of you might have been to many places, see new things and even you would have read about many new things. But, there are a lot of things that we don’t really know about the world and if you really give it a thought, you would see rather than the things that we know, we have many things yet to learn about the world.
For instance, you would know many things about the great wall of China but have you ever thought about where it exactly begins? Or else have you considered how will the inside of a Google data center look like? The answer can probably be a big ‘No’.
We are blind and deaf to many facts around us and therefore, you will not know certain things about even the most familiar things around you. So, we thought of sharing some fun facts about known things that you would be surprised to know!
So, scroll down to see them and don’t forget to let us know how surprised you are with these things!
#1. Shanhaiguan District, where the Great Wall of China begins right on the shore of the Bohai Sea. It’s known as ’Old Dragon’s Head’. (imgur)
#2. The inside of one of Google’s data center. (imgur)
#3. A lava lake in the caldera of the Erta Ale volcano, Ethiopia. (imgur)
#4. An x-ray of someone’s spine before and after they had treatment for scoliosis. (parsrah)
#5. The most detailed image of Mercury ever taken. (huffpost)
#6. Bagger 288, the largest excavator in the world. (goodfon)
#7. A cross-section of an underwater communication cable. (buzzhand)
#8. The Bavarian town of Nördlingen, built inside the crater made by a meteorite which fell to Earth around 14 million years ago. (imgur)
#9. Two kilograms of fat looks compared to two kilograms of muscle. (imgur)
#10. Daytona Beach, Florida, 1957. (redditmedia)
#11. A watch belonging to Akito Kawagoe. It stopped at 8:15 — the exact time when the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima in 1945. (tumblr)
#12. The eggs of an octopus. (imgur)
#13. A full circle rainbow, photographed from a plane. (imgur)
#14. A true color image of Mars, taken by the Curiosity rover. (imgur)
#15. People ascending Everest, May 2013. (thecasualobserver)
#16. A huge dust storm, Western Australia, 2013. (imgur)
#17. A mountain of used tires (bird’s-eye view). (imgur)
#18. The aurora borealis, or northern lights, seen from space. (imgur)