Top Famous Interesting and Amazing Facts about Science

J3DPTZ68C7CF Science has brought us many amazing facts so far which is the result of several years’ efforts of scientists from all over the world. Most of these facts are known to common people (in addition to the people linked to science studies) but still there are many facts that are unknown to many. The science facts are full of mysterious subjects and the list could reach to hundreds, but we will try to enlist as many as possible in our article below.


You probably have faced many hurricanes especially if you are a U.S. resident because this country faces hurricanes more than any other country in the world. Well, the energy produces by a typical hurricane is described as equal to the energy which is generated or produced by an 8,000 bombs of one megaton bombs.

Neutron star

The weight of a neutron star could be more than 100 million tons.


The Earth may be struck by a falling meteorite once in every 9.300 years.

The Great Barrier Reef

The largest living structure is widely recognized as “The Great Barrier Reef” which is in fact more than 2,000 kilometers long.

Human body

Human body is full of blood vessels. Science claims that the total length of bold vessels is around 62,000 miles and if we try to circle the Earth with these blood vessels, it may round the Earth for 2.5 times.

Finnish pine tree

Finnish pine tree has really very long roots. Science claims that the total length of a Finnish pine tree’s roots may be well over 30 miles.

Fred Rompelberg

You will be amazed to read that Fred Rompelberg is a cyclist who achieved the maximum speed on bicycle, a world record so far. He rode his bicycle at the speed of 166.94 miles per hour.

Blood sucking hookworms

It is said about blood sucking hookworms that they live within the bodies of more than 700 million people all over the world.

Laser light

A laser light is able of producing brighter light than it is produced by the sunshine. Science claims its strength of making a million times brighter light than our naturally famous light source i.e. Sun.

Infrared cameras

Infrared cameras are unable to detect Polar Bears only because this species has transparent fur.


Science claims that humans were sharing a common ancestor with the dolphins around 60 to 65 million years ago.

Polar Bears

Polar Bears are able of jumping in the air up to six feet and they are also able of running with a speed of 25 miles per hour.

Interstellar gas

There is a billion, billion, billion liters of alcohol in the Sagittarius B cloud which is commonly known as the interstellar gas cloud in the science language.

Ocean water

As you know the ocean is full of salt, that’s why the ocean water is always salty. But you definitely have no idea that the salt in all oceans can cover all continents on our planet Earth. The amazing part of this science fact is that all the continents may go underneath the ocean salt up to nearly 500 feet.


Butterflies are the only animal on Earth that tastes using their hind feet. It means touching anything actually give them taste. This is how they determine which leaf is ready to edible.

Oak tree

A large oak tree is commonly known as the only tree in this world which has highest rate of evaporation. The science claims that a beech or an oak tree may cause evaporation up to 25 gallons of water within the time period of only one single day (24 hours).


Science claims about the Mercury surface that it has temperature more than 430 degrees centigrade throughout the day. The temperature at night on this planet goes down to minus and reaches around minus 180 degrees centigrade. A huge difference it is in the day and night temperature on any planet. Wow.

Rye plant

Rye plant is the only tree species on our planet Earth that is able of spreading its root as long as up to 400 miles underneath the Earth surface.

Human bug eater

Well, the most interest fact in our top famous interesting and amazing facts about science could be this one. You will be amazed reading this fact. Every single human on our Earth can accidently eats more or less 430 bugs every year throughout his/her life. Could you believe that? You are a bug eater.

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