Data is everything — it’s a simple fact that holds a lot of truth.As you know, some of the factual information recorded and used for the purposes of analysis and preparation statistics you can count on?
It’s all too easy to think of them as just a dry and boring bunch of numbers, data you can trust And statistics, how do you measure progress? How do you make informed decisions? How do we make sense of the world and the people who live in it? How do businesses plan for the future? Statistics provide insights, patterns, and perspectives that are otherwise unidentifiable. Without them, we know nothing but the obvious.
However, some of them are more appealing than others. Like, much more.all random facts Shared by newspapers, documentaries, and your favorite trusted sources, you’re sure to come across amazing stats That you did a double take before.
If you are also a number person like us, how much do you know interesting facts You can find it there—and we have more of them to dive in right now! We’re about to put you in a massive bunch data about the worldstraight from reddit thread Where people from all walks of life shared their favorites interesting stats. rest assured. The results are astonishing. Animals, people, societies, sports, everything is covered so well that in the end it feels like you know it all.
“Of the 30 fastest 100-meter sprints, 21 were run by athletes who tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs. The remaining nine were by Usain Bolt.”
“He was the right combination of many factors. The right genetics came from someone with the right motivation and the right influences who was born in the right place.”
Scrub Jays replied:
“And the correct last name”
“There are more privately owned guns than Americans.”
“I hope so. Private ownership has been illegal for years.”
“That navel bacteria study was a wild one. Sixty navels were sampled. We found 2,368 different types of bacteria. The study showed that 1,458 of them may be new to science. One had a rare bacterium found in the soil of Japan, Japan. They didn’t have anything in common.
“34% of adults and 75% of children sleep with stuffed animals, blankets or other sentimental objects as comforting objects.”
A Reddit user responded:
“I don’t care if this is wrong. It’s not harmful misinformation, it’s just cute. Statistically, one in three adults I see sleeps with a stuffed animal. Great.”
“90% of Canada’s population lives within 100 miles of the US border. 90% of Australia’s population lives within 100 km of the ocean.”
“100% of the Vatican’s population lives within 100 km of Italy.”
“There are 2.3 popes per square kilometer in Vatican City.”
“Three people are killed by sharks each year and three million sharks are killed by humans each year.”
“Three million sharks a year? That seems too much to be true.” So I Googled sharks killed by humans a year.The answer was 100 million.
“49.6% of Pakistanis marry their first cousins and 8.3% marry their second cousins. In rural Pakistan, 80% of people marry their first cousins.”
“In the UK, Pakistanis make up 2% of the population, but 30% of children with genetic disorders. Because they practice cousin marriage.”
“This is a result of arranged marriages and families not wanting ‘outsiders’ to join their families. They want a bride they can control for their son, so nieces are preferred.” A one-generation cousin marriage doesn’t cause these problems., that cousins marry for many generations, resulting in a very small gene pool, combined with bad recessive genes.”
“When tested by another agency, the TSA failed to detect weapons, bombs, or other destructive materials 95% of the time.”
“On top of that, they were told, ‘Today is the day to take the test,’ and they failed 95% of the time.”
“We have a 95% success rate in hunting dragonflies. Dragonflies are the most effective hunters in the world.”
“This is because the dragonfly’s optic nerve is directly connected to the wing, and target discovery is not mediated by the nervous system, allowing for incredibly fast reaction times.”
“Only about 2% of the planet’s population has naturally blonde hair. It’s insane when you think about it.”
“Light colors in humans are rare.
The same goes for the eyes: – Green eyes 2% – Blue eyes 8% – Brown eyes (mostly dark) 55% to 79%.”
“I used to work as a meteorologist. Floods kill more people each year than all other natural disasters combined. People who think they can go through water when they can’t.”
“If there’s one thing I’ve learned from survival shows and documentaries, it’s to never underestimate the power of water displacement.”
“Two-thirds of the Australian population will develop skin cancer at some point in their lives.”
“Damn, even the sun is dangerous in Australia.”
“A survey of Fortune 500 executives found that 93% agree that golf reflects their lives. 86% admit to cheating at golf.”
80% of bodies found at Machu Picchu are women
“They no longer believe it to be true. George Eaton, one of the first archaeologists to study the skeletons of Machu Picchu, classified gender based on height. For example, skeletons were 5′ tall. If it’s over 6, it must be male, right? He didn’t think it was possible that the Inca population didn’t have the same genetics as his friends back home. It turned out.”
Cow Creek said:
“Motorcycles are 2% of all vehicles [USA]Motorcycles account for 20% of all traffic fatalities. I don’t ride anymore. “
“Similarly, less than 10% of Americans don’t wear seatbelts, accounting for 51% of all motor vehicle-related deaths.”
“Although numbers have been slightly inflated because of the pandemic, only about four in 10 Americans wash their hands after using the restroom — IIRC, about 60% of women and just 35% of men.”
“I don’t understand why some people can’t wash themselves after pooping. Once in my life, out of necessity, I didn’t wash right away, but I found a toilet that I could wash right away.”
“Miscarriages increase by 1% each year, and sperm counts in men have declined by 50% since 1970 (US).”
“This means more women are seeking treatment for miscarriage (and this is included in medical statistics) than 20-50 years ago, when miscarriage was largely taboo and many women did not seek medical help. Is it for the sake of it?”
“Wayne Gretzky and his brother hold the record for the most points scored by a pair of brothers in NHL history. His brother has four points.”
“Gretzky also holds the record for the fastest time to 1000 points. Who is second? Wayne Gretzky has reached 1000 points for the second time.”
“That T-Rex is temporally closer to T-Rex than it is to Stegosaurus. We are about 66 million years after T-Rex, while Stegosaurus was about 85 million years older than T-Rex.20 dinosaurs It has existed for a very long time. For Homo sapiens, humans are just a drop in a bucket that has evolved relatively in just a few hundred thousand years.
Dungey Danger replied:
“Certainly there must have been a highly technologically advanced species of dinosaur. Then came the dinosaurs of World War II, which resulted in one nation throwing a giant asteroid at the planet, resulting in Population was massively evacuated to Venus where they abused their new home endlessly until it became what it is today, eventually being kicked out of our system or made unfit for life We faced extinction because of the atmosphere.”
“Twenty percent of the mammalian species on Earth are bats of various kinds. There are about 5,000 species of mammals, of which about 1,000 are types of our little winged brethren.”
“Even if you made $295,000 every day since the birth of Christ, you wouldn’t be worth as much as Elon Musk.
EDIT: Let’s replace the same concept with seconds. Converting dollars to seconds ($1 = 1 second), the median American gets 1 day and 10 hours (net worth $121,760). Elon Musk He Gets 6,910 YEARS. ”
“Six percent of Americans believe they can defeat a grizzly bear in unarmed combat.
EDIT: FYI, before another bear arm joke, bears don’t have arms already. Technically, all four are legs, and his front two are called front legs. ”
“The most obese state in the nation in 1990 (Mississippi, 15%) was significantly leaner than the least obese state in the nation in 2020 (Colorado, 24%). It still shocks me and I think about it literally every day.”
Saroha Singh said:
“90% of people live in the northern hemisphere.”
“Mostly has to do with the mass of the land. Just looking at the map explains most of it. Secondly, when you factor in that the Sahara desert, the Amazon rainforest and much of Australia are basically uninhabitable. , I can really see why.”
“One in eight men thinks they can score points for Serena Williams.”
Luther Raoul replied:
“Just expect a double fault on her serve.”
“The birthday ‘paradox’ is the fact that, given 23 random people, there is a 50% chance that two of them will have the same birthday. “
fantastic damage_ replied:
“I always wondered if it was plausible to say that someone has a birthday every day of the year, at a baseball game, in a stadium full of people. 100% filled with the containing date.
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