Top Amazing Facts
Do you know ???
The first glass of Coca-Cola (The Dark Fizzy Soda) was first sold in year 1886 at Jacobs Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia by Dr. John Pemberton. The company started spreading its wings towards Asia and Europe by the bottling the drink in early 1900s.
According to resources, now a days above 10000 beverages of Coca-Cola are consumed every second everyday throughout the world excluding two countries North Korea and Cuba.
North Korea and Cuba are the only places where you can`t buy Coca-Cola because these two countries are under long term U.S. Trade restriction.
‘Carolina Reaper’ is declared as the World’s Hottest Chilli by Guiness Book of Records in year 2017. This hottest chilly is developed by Ed Currie at Rock Hill, South Carolina. The first bite of it seems sweet in taste but immediately after that it turns to molten lava as it is having over 2 million Scoville Heat Units which is around 200x hotter than Jalapeno pepper.
‘Anechoic Chamber’ which is located at Microsoft’s headquaters in Redmond, Washigton is the World’s Quitest Room. It is made up in a way that all the sounds from the outside world is locked out as the noise level measured inside the room is -20.3 dBA. It is so quite that you can even hear the sound of your own body joints while moving. This anechoic chamber facilitates them to test the functioning of their electronic devices.
Ozone layer is a gas layer which shields earth from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays. Our earth is suffering from depletion of ozone gas due to the rising level of pollution. According to a report of year 2018, it takes around 50-100 years to heal it.
The most expensive coin in the world was Flowing Hair Silver / Copper Dollar of 1974 issued by United States Federal Government which is made of 90 percent of silver and 10 percent of copper. This coin was designed by Robert Scot. There was a design of Bust of Liberty on its one side and was having eagle surrounded by wreath on the reverse side of coin. One of these coins was sold for over $10 Million Dollar in January, 2013
The most common wild bird in the World is Red-billed quelea, also known as the red-billed weaver or “feathered locust” which is found in Sub-Saharan Africa. There are an estimated 1.5 billions red-billed queleas on the planet. These queleas are well known for damaging grain corps.
Lake Nyos is considered as the World’s most deadliest lake. It is located in Cameroon’s Northwest Region. The water of the lake is highly acidic as the eruption in the ake triggered the release of about 100000-300000 tons of CO2 and the gas cloud rose at a speed of 100 km/hr. This killed approximately 1746 people and 3500 lives in the year 1986