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Throughout our lives, we often ask ourselves various questions and one of the most burning questions is: "What will happen if ...". Some do certain things to satisfy their curiosity and still answer it, while others simply become casual witnesses of amazing discoveries.

 

David Blaine's hands after spending 7 days underwaterDavid Blaine's hands after spending 7 days underwater

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What happens if tomato seeds sprout right inside the fruit

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What happens if someone with Raynaud's syndrome is outdoors in cold weather without gloves

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Here's What You See When You Cut a Golf Ball

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What happens if you store garlic in a vacuum package 

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What will happen if you play the game "Snake" on your phone to the end

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This is what happens if you drop your earphone on the beach - it will magnetise iron from the sand.

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"My foot after wearing a wet boot with a hole for 10 hours."

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"I accidentally left sparkling mineral water in the freezer and it happened."

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This is what happens if you don't comb your hair for years.

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"I accidentally forgot that I have a whole bag of grass seeds."

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What happens if you forget about cream cheese for a couple of weeks

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What happens to flowers after an ice storm

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A pattern that lightning can leave if it strikes the sidewalk

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What will you see if you remove a plant that should have been transplanted for a long time from a pot

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What happens if you use the same wooden chef's spoon for over 30 years

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"What the fluff roller looked like after I cleaned the blanket with it."

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An interesting effect of smoke hitting a sunbeam

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"I forgot about cooking sweet potatoes with marshmallows and it turned into this."

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30-most-interestingand-amazing-facts-about-google-that-is-mind-blowing-bemorepanda

The brand of the search giant Google is probably one of the most recognizable on the globe, and today only a person who is very far from the Internet and civilization has not heard about the company. At the same time, the activities of the "corporation of good" are so diverse that even its employees themselves do not know about all the initiatives of their management. Bemorepanda choosed 30 unusual and interesting facts about the world famous company that you most likely did not even know about.


Many people dream of working at Google. Getting there is not easy - sometimes interviews alone can take six months. But if you happen to be there, even if you are an intern, you can celebrate winning the jackpot.


1. Before giving the user the result of a search query, Google takes into account about 200 different factors.


2. The company owns a bunch of domains that are the wrong spelling for Google. For example, Gooogle.com, Gogle.com, Googlr.com and many others. Among them there are even such exotic ones as 466453.com - these are numbers on the phone's disk that correspond to the letters of Google.


3. When Google launched in 1998, the system was processing 500,000 queries a day. Now users ask the system for something more than 2 million times per second.


4. Since Google launched Street View in 2007, the project team has photographed over 11.5 million kilometers of roads and objects.


5. The first five American cities were captured with a 5 megapixel camera. Now the company uses devices with 75-megapixel sensors.


По всему миру у сервисов Google были проблемы с работой - новости ZIK.UA


6. Every month, YouTube users watch over 6 billion hours of video - about an hour for every inhabitant of the globe.


7. Google regularly buys and funds projects that aim to change the world and the lives of millions of people. However, the "corporation of good" does not shun small, local projects. For example, in 2012, the company added the Cherokee American Indian language to Gmail.


8. More than 300 hours of new videos appear on YouTube every minute.


9. Last year, more than 1 billion Android devices were sold worldwide. This means that Google's market share in this segment is 81%.


10. In total, Google employs 53,600 people in 70 offices from 40 countries.


Google выпустила Android 10


11. If a corporation likes something, then it will not stand up to the costs to buy it. This year, the company made more than 170 acquisitions, and the value of the top 10 purchases exceeded $ 24.5 billion.


12. Despite the huge number of adventurous and super-innovative projects, such as self-driving cars or smart contact lenses, the bulk of Google's revenue comes from advertising. In 2014, revenue from this type of activity amounted to $ 66 billion.


13. Larry Page and Sergey Brin released the first Doodle in August 1998. During this time, they were participating in the Burning Man rally through the Nevada desert and wanted the world to know where they were at the moment.


14. The volume of the Google search index is over 100 million GB. To accommodate this amount of data would require over 100,000 terabyte hard drives.


15. People trust and love Google services so much that when the system dropped by 5 minutes in 2013, the volume of global traffic dropped by 40%.


Анонс нового сигнала ранжирования от Google - SEO Ukraine


16. Google is probably the only company in the world that wants people to spend as little time on their website as possible.


17. Google was originally called BackRub. This is how the main page of the search engine looked like, which became the prototype of Google.


18. Google's incredibly fast growth is especially noticeable against the backdrop of one curious fact: since 2010, the Internet giant has bought an average of one company per week.


19. The first doodle was invented by Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page together. It happened in 1998. A schematic image of a burning guy, a symbol of the Burning Man festival, which takes place in the Black Rock desert of Nevada, has been added to the usual multicolored Google inscription. Brin and Page went there in 2008.


20. Google's own chef, Charlie Ayers, came to Google in 1999, when the company had only 40 employees.


В Україні перестали працювали сервіси Google – Радіо Перше


21. Ayers built a good career in the corporation, becoming the chef of the entire company. At the time of leaving Google, he controlled 150 employees and 10 cafes at Google's Mountain View headquarters.


22. Gmail already supports over 50 different languages. Among them are the Basque, Welsh, Tagalog, Malayalam, Telulu and Cherokee languages.


23. In 2004, Google went public, selling part of its shares on the stock exchange. On the same day, about 1,000 of its employees became millionaires.


24. One of these lucky ones is masseuse Bonnie Brown. She joined the company in 1999. Her initial salary was $ 450 per week.


25. Button "I'm Lucky!" became extremely popular. But it costs Google $ 100 million every year in lost ad revenue.


Google дає співробітникам 2 вихідних і «тиждень без нарад», щоб боротися з  вигоранням – E&Lnews


26. Google is hiring goats. In 2009, the company rented about two hundred goats that grazed on its California campus, while fertilizing the soil with their excrement along the way.


27. The first official tweet from Google's corporate Twitter meant "I'm in luck," but it was written in binary, meaning it was all zeros and ones.


28. Google's competitor, Mozilla (Firefox browser), receives money from the Internet giant. For the fact that the default browser uses the Google search engine, its developer receives $ 300 million a year.


29. The total cost of this 16 percent stake is close to $ 46 billion.


30. Each new employee within the company is called a noogler, and the former is called a xoogler.

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The concept of fact-checking came to new media from traditional journalism. More precisely, from the principles of the editorial office: an editorial filter is a necessary condition in the technology of a journalist's work. This technology is due to ethical principles: independence, objectivity, impartiality, accuracy. Due to the observance of these principles, the trust of the audience appears and the reputation of the publication is formed.

 

A fact is an event supported by reliable evidence. Different people may have different views on the same event, but you can't argue with the facts. That is why the fact should not only be established, but verified, rechecked and “cast in granite”.

 

Therefore, distortion of facts is a crime against objectivity and accuracy. Worse if it is a deliberate crime against independence and impartiality. It’s very bad when it’s a deliberate manipulative construct.

 

In modern digital communications, the concept of "factoid" is becoming more and more relevant. This is an initially non-existent fact, which, being published in the media, receives a lively reaction and assessment. And they, in turn, affect the picture of the world and the actions of people. The truth is not that important, in fact, if the effect is real.

 

Bemorepanda has prepared some interesting facts about everything in the world. WTF Facts is one of the most famous Twitter pages, here you will find a lot of interesting facts that will amaze you. Bemorepanda is at your disposal so that every day the most interesting things reach the screens of your devices.

 

Top 100 interesting things from WTF Facts

 

1.A speeding ticket in Finland

 

2.Free people in Mexico

 

3.Winning lottery

 

In Russia there is a famous story. This is very reminiscent of the episode of the cartoon about kolobok investigators, where the evil animal dealer Karbofos buys a porcelain elephant from a junk dealer, gets a certificate on him, breaks the now unnecessary trinket and says: "The elephant is bad, the certificate is good!" After that, according to this certificate, he leads a live elephant across the border. The rustic border guard stupidly looks at the certificate, correlates what is written in it with what he sees, and lets the animal across the border.

 

Likewise, people for the most part, following automatisms and stereotypes, trust the form, not critically perceiving the essence. There is a help - come through. On TV they said - it means the truth. Journalists won't lie! Even if the host of a popular talk show is in the frame, and not a journalist in the full sense of the word.

 

In the same way, various phenomena and events are actualized and legalized. Unconsciously or prudently, they are embedded in the form of "confirmed" facts in the information picture, as a result, distorting the entire canvas. This technique is actively used by propagandists, cyber fighters, network trolls and other manipulators of all stripes.

 

4.Support dogs in Zoo

 

5.Golden Arm

 

The fact checker's main weapon is doubt. Professional mistrust, reality check. Here, the logic and toolkit of fact-checking largely coincides with the methodologies and technologies of scientific work. Moreover, a course on source study specialized for historians can raise the level of quality of a journalist's work with sources by an order of magnitude. Be it living interlocutors or material carriers of natural and artificial origin.

 

Newspaper ducks, gossip, rumors, speculation, factoids, manipulations, irresponsible and malicious fakes, technical errors and typos - all this scum is opposed by fact-checking. This is a powerful weapon, which, alas, is often not well known to those who work in the field of mass communications.

 

6.Eminem and Elton John

 

7.Hotel in Japan

 

8.White Yak

 

9.Happiness expert

 

10.Twins

 

11.Forgiving people

 

12.George Carlin

 

13.Dogs and human

 

14.Invisibility of Poverty

 

15.Place in Iceland

 

16.Prison sentence

 

17.Royal holy water

 

18.Norway university

 

19.Disliking a person

 

20.Swear a lot

 

21.Marijuana

 

22.Divorce in Germany

 

23.Angry Gorilla

 

24.Segregated library

 

25.Squid Game

 

26.Overestimate women

 

27.Japan 

 

28.Headbutting

 

29.Stephen King

 

30.Hitler

 

31.Camel beauty contest

 

32.Truck carrying money

 

33.Arm up for 45 years

 

34.Public toilets in Japan

 

35.Dogs are excellent judges

 

36.Terrible haircut

 

37.Bras are useless

 

38.Listening to music

 

39.Oldest person

 

40.The oldest living animal on planet

 

41.Macron and his wife

 

42.Performing naked

 

43.Fake death

 

44.Bees

 

45.Married her dog

 

46.Lies in english

 

47.Walt Disney was fired

 

48.Mike Tyson

 

49.1983 cost of living

 

50.Sex and beard

 

51.Humans like bacon

 

52.Roman couple

 

53.Jim Carry

 

54.Obi

 

55.Mad persons

 

56.Baby face

 

57.Spotify

 

58.Anglerfish

 

59.Iceland is a safe country

 

60.Giant tarantulas

 

61.While sleeping

 

62.Pussy Village in France

 

63.Jack Nichols

 

64.Homeless man

 

65.Leather coats are banned in North Korea

 

66.The longest road in the world to walk is from Cape Town (South Africa) to Magadan (Russia). It's 22,387 km, and it takes around 4,500 hours to travel.

 

67.Brutus the grizzly bear

 

68.Japanese sterotypes

 

69.Morgan Freeman

 

70.Realistic art

 

71.Causes of death in London

 

72.House for ex-wife

 

73.A cow escaped and was found at the waterpark

 

74.Lawyer from Kenya

 

75.Public toilets in Tanzania

 

76.Town in India where is no religion

 

77.The Queen’s favourite meal

 

78.4 years difference

 

79.Gary Webb

 

80.Bob Marley

 

81.High intelligence

 

82.Napoleon

 

83.Football team killed by a lighting struck

 

84.Brothel in Vienna and Covid vaccination

 

85.Albert Camus

 

86.Mercury and the sun

 

87.Hotel in Finland

 

88.Residential district in Dubai

 

89.9 babies

 

90.All I want for Christmas is you

 

91.Elon Musk and world hunger

 

92.Largest hotel in Saudi Arabia

 

93.50 cent

 

94.Elon Musk at college

 

95.Millionaire in China

 

96.Mike Tyson and marijuana

 

97.The largest clear cut diamond

 

98.Elon Musk worth

 

99.Nikola Tesla

 

100.Capsule Hotel in Japan

 

 

 

 

 

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100-interesting-geographical-facts-told-through-explicit-and-informative-maps-earth-day-2022

Geographers are looking up and down for interesting information about our world. They want to know “why”, but they also like to know what is the biggest / smallest, the farthest / closest and the longest / shortest. Geographers also want to answer confusing questions, such as "What time is it at the South Pole?" And other interesting things.


Earth or the Blue Planet, is the third planet from the Sun and the largest of the terrestrial planets in the Solar System. It is the only planet in the universe known to have life and hides a lot of amazing details.


Today through the prism of 100 folders you will discover new things from all over the world. In the meantime, you will be able to read curiosities about our planet. It's time for new acquaintances with Bemorepanda!


1.The New Longest Possible Train Journey In The World


2.Atheists Are Prohibited From Holding Public Office In 8 Us States

Atheists Are Prohibited From Holding Public Office In 8 Us States


3.Is Escape A Crime?


4.This Map Of All Of The Sunken Japanese Ships Of Wwii Is Mind Blowing!

This Map Of All Of The Sunken Japanese Ships Of Wwii Is Mind Blowing!


Planet Earth is part of the solar system, is the largest terrestrial planet, formed about 4.57 billion years ago and is the densest planet in the entire solar system. Read general information about planet Earth.


Planet Earth revolves around the sun in 365.26 days, and this period is known as one year. During all this time, the Earth rotates about its axis about 366.26 times. During gravity, the Earth interacts with other objects in space, especially the Sun and Moon, the Earth's only natural satellite.


Seasons appear on Earth because its axis of rotation is inclined relative to its orbital plane. The gravitational interaction between the Earth and the Moon stabilizes the Earth's orientation on its axis and gradually slows down its rotation.


The Earth's surface is 71% covered with water, mainly by the oceans, and the remaining 29% is made up of continents and islands that, along with other rivers and water sources, contribute to the hydrosphere.


5.Most Common Means Of Transportation To Work By County. [usa] Acs Survey

Most Common Means Of Transportation To Work By County. [usa] Acs Survey


6.Countries That Have Had Female Heads Of State Or Government In The Last Century

Countries That Have Had Female Heads Of State Or Government In The Last Century


7.Innocent Opinions That Divide Nations

Innocent Opinions That Divide Nations


8.European Cultural Superiority

European Cultural Superiority


The name of the planet Earth does not derive from Greek or Roman mythology, as is the case with the other planets that were named after gods and goddesses from Greco-Roman mythology. The word "earth" comes from the Latin word "pavimentum", which means "paved earth" or "level", "floor", "paved road", "smooth place", "pavement", "mosaic" or "weft".


Since its formation, the Earth has undergone many geological and biological processes. The Earth's atmosphere and oceans were formed by volcanic activity and expulsion. From here, water vapor condensed into oceans amplified with water and ice from asteroids, comets and protoplants.


More than 3.5 billion years ago, the Earth's magnetic field stabilized, and this prevented the solar wind from scattering the atmosphere.


Approximately 4.5 billion years old, the Earth was formed when a cloud of dust collapsed due to gravity, and like planets such as Mercury, Venus, and Mars, the planet Earth is a rocky, central core. which is surrounded by a mantle and a solid crust.


9.The World If The Sea Level Decreased By 1000 Meters

The World If The Sea Level Decreased By 1000 Meters


10.“Lgbtq+ Free” Zones In Poland

“Lgbtq+ Free” Zones In Poland


11.The World's Longest Non-Stop Flights

The World's Longest Non-Stop Flights


12.Each Star Represents A Capital City Of A Country

Each Star Represents A Capital City Of A Country


The shape is approximately oblique spheroidal and, due to the rotation, the Earth is flattened at the poles and bulging around the equator. Its diameter at the equator is 43 kilometers, larger than the pole-pole diameter.


The main deviations from the Earth's surface are: Mount Everest, 8,850 meters above sea level and the Marianas Pit, 10,924 meters below sea level.


The Earth's mass consists mainly of iron (32.1%), oxygen (30.1%), silicon (15.1%), magnesium (13.9%), sulfur (2.9%), nickel (1 , 8%), calcium 1.5%), aluminum (1.4%), the remaining 1.2% consisting of small amounts of other elements. Due to mass segregation, it is estimated that the core consists mainly of iron (88.8%), with smaller amounts of nickel (5.8%), sulfur (4.5%) and less than 1% trace elements.


The total area of ​​the Earth is about 510 million square kilometers, of which 70.8% and 361.13 square kilometers are below sea level and covered with ocean, the remaining 29.2% and 148.94 million square kilometers, respectively it is not covered by water and consists of mountains, plains, deserts, plateaus and other landforms.


13. A Map Centered On Antarctica

A Map Centered On Antarctica


14.The Topography Of Russia

The Topography Of Russia


15.A Map Visualizing The Armenian Genocide - Started 106 Years Ago

A Map Visualizing The Armenian Genocide - Started 106 Years Ago


Due to the swelling of the earth at the equator, the summit of Mount Chimborazo in Ecuador (20,700 feet or 6,310 meters) is the farthest point from the center of the Earth. Thus, the mountain claims the title of being "the highest point on Earth" (although Mount Everest is still the highest point above sea level). Mt. Chimorazo is an extinct volcano and is located about a degree south of the equator.


While at sea level, the boiling point of water is 212 F, it changes if you are higher than that. How much does it change? For every 500 feet of elevation increase, the boiling point decreases by one degree. Thus, in a city 5,000 meters above sea level, the water boils at 202 F.


The fourth most populous country in the world has the largest Muslim population. About 87% of Indonesia's population is Muslim; Thus, with a population of 216 million, Indonesia is home to about 188 million Muslims. The religion of Islam spread to Indonesia in the Middle Ages.


16.This Road Trip Will Be The Same Temperature Year-Round

This Road Trip Will Be The Same Temperature Year-Round


17.Countries Where More Than 50% Of The Population Is Vaccinated With Two Doses Of Covid-19 Vaccine

Countries Where More Than 50% Of The Population Is Vaccinated With Two Doses Of Covid-19 Vaccine


18.Europe: Protests: 2020-2021

Europe: Protests: 2020-2021


19.15th October 2019 - 1st November 2021: Indian Households With A Tap Water Connection (Data: Jal Jeevan Mission)

15th October 2019 - 1st November 2021: Indian Households With A Tap Water Connection (Data: Jal Jeevan Mission)


The largest lake in Africa is Lake Victoria, located in East Africa, on the border of Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. It is the second largest freshwater lake in the world, after Lake Superior in North America.


Lake Victoria was named by John Hanning Speke, a British explorer and first European to see the lake (1858), in honor of Queen Victoria.


The country with the lowest population density in the world is Mongolia, with a population density of about four people per square mile. Mongolia's 2.5 million people occupy more than 600,000 square miles of land.


20.Government Request To Remove Content (Google) Since 2011

Government Request To Remove Content (Google) Since 2011


21.Date Formats Worldwide

Date Formats Worldwide


22.Made An Ink Map Of The Grand Canyon!

Made An Ink Map Of The Grand Canyon!


The total density of Mongolia is limited, as only a small part of the land can be used for agriculture, the vast majority of the land can only be used for nomadic grazing.


Hadrian's Wall is located in the north of Great Britain (the main island of Great Britain) and stretches for almost 120 kilometers from Solwat Firth in the west to the River Tyne near Newcastle in the east.


The wall was built under the rule of the Roman emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century to keep the Caledonians of Scotland out of England. Portions of the wall still exist today.


23. Olympus Mons Compared To France

Olympus Mons Compared To France


24.Interesting Map Made In 1996; One Square Equals 1% Of The World’s Population

Interesting Map Made In 1996; One Square Equals 1% Of The World’s Population


25.Eu Countries Pushing To Label Nuclear Power As Green Energy

Eu Countries Pushing To Label Nuclear Power As Green Energy


The deepest lake in the United States is Crater Lake in Oregon. Crater Lake is located in the collapsed crater of an ancient volcano called Mount Mazama and is 1,932 feet (589 meters) deep.


The clear water of Crater Lake has no streams to feed it and no streams as springs - it has been filled and sustained by rainfall and melting snow. Located in southern Oregon, Crater Lake is the seventh deepest lake in the world and contains 4.6 trillion gallons of water.


In 1947, the British left South Asia and divided their territory into independent countries in India and Pakistan. The Muslim regions on the east and west sides of Hindu India have become part of Pakistan.


The two separate territories were part of a single country, but were known as East and West Pakistan and were separated by more than 1,609 km. After 24 years of turmoil, East Pakistan declared independence and became Bangladesh in 1971.


26.Beavers In Europe, 1900 And 2021

Beavers In Europe, 1900 And 2021


27.Comparative Size Of Australia And The Mediterranean

Comparative Size Of Australia And The Mediterranean


28.Biden's Approval In Each State On Inauguration Day vs. Today

Biden's Approval In Each State On Inauguration Day vs. Today


29.This Was Up In The Bathroom Of A Canadian Company I Was Doing Some Work At

This Was Up In The Bathroom Of A Canadian Company I Was Doing Some Work At


30.Europe And North America At The Same Latitude

Europe And North America At The Same Latitude


Because the longitude lines converge at the North and South Poles, it is almost impossible (and very impractical) to determine which time zone you are in based on longitude.


Therefore, researchers in the Arctic and Antarctic regions of the Earth typically use the time zone associated with their research stations. For example, because almost all flights to Antarctica and the South Pole come from New Zealand, New Zealand time is the most common time zone in Antarctica.


The longest river in Russia and Europe is the Volga River, which flows entirely in Russia for 3,685 km (2,290 miles). Its source is in the Valdai Hills, near the town of Rzhev, and flows into the Caspian Sea in southern Russia.


The Volga River is navigable for much of its length and, with the addition of dams, has become important for energy and irrigation. The canals connect it to the Don River, as well as the Baltic Sea and the White Sea.


31.A Phone-Map Of Ireland

A Phone-Map Of Ireland


32.The 38 States Of America, Proposed By George Etzel Pearcy In 1973 Based On Cultural And Economic Relation Of Existing Regions

The 38 States Of America, Proposed By George Etzel Pearcy In 1973 Based On Cultural And Economic Relation Of Existing Regions


33.Some Really Strange Political Parties

Some Really Strange Political Parties


At one point, in recent decades, someone started an idea to alert people that population growth was out of control, saying that most people who have ever lived were alive today. Well, that's a gross overestimation.


Most studies place the total number of human beings who have ever lived between 60 and 120 billion. Since the world's population is currently only 7 billion, the percentage of people who have lived and are alive today is only 5% to 10%.


34.1987 The World According To Ronald Reagan (Version #2)

1987 The World According To Ronald Reagan (Version #2)


35.20 Years Of Deforestation In The Amazon

20 Years Of Deforestation In The Amazon


36.America’s Beautiful Weather Zones By Mattie Lubchansky

America’s Beautiful Weather Zones By Mattie Lubchansky


37.Paper Sizes Around The World

Paper Sizes Around The World


38.The Topography Of Ukraine

The Topography Of Ukraine


39.Countries That Have, Or Have Had, Openly Gay Heads Of Government

Countries That Have, Or Have Had, Openly Gay Heads Of Government


40.Canada, But It's Just Roads

Canada, But Its Just Roads


41.How People Call Their Homeland

How People Call Their Homeland


42.Safety Walking Alone At Night Europe

Safety Walking Alone At Night Europe


43.Countries That Drive On The Left Side Of The Road (Orange) vs. Countries That Drive On The Right Side Of The Road (Blue). (Map From Statista)

Countries That Drive On The Left Side Of The Road (Orange) vs. Countries That Drive On The Right Side Of The Road (Blue). (Map From Statista)


44.My Grandpa Was A Radar Operator During World War Two, Here's One Of His Maps

My Grandpa Was A Radar Operator During World War Two, Here's One Of His Maps


45.The U.S.' Google Searches Of European Countries

The U.S.' Google Searches Of European Countries


46.Homicide Rate By Country

Homicide Rate By Country


47.Flights Within One Country

Flights Within One Country


48.Canada, But It's Just Trees

Canada, But Its Just Trees


49.Average Color Of Each Country

Average Color Of Each Country


50.Map Of The World From Its Flight Routes

Map Of The World From Its Flight Routes


51.I Found A 1958 World Map While Tearing Out A Basement Interior Wall In My House

I Found A 1958 World Map While Tearing Out A Basement Interior Wall In My House


52.Newest Republic In The World

Newest Republic In The World


53.Cousin Marriage Rates In Nations With Significant Muslim Populations

Cousin Marriage Rates In Nations With Significant Muslim Populations



54.At This Time Of Day, In This Part Of The Country, Localized Entirely Within The Area In Green On This Map. Whether You Can See It Depends On How Far North You Are As Well As Cloudiness

Tomorrow Night, We Will Have Aurora Borealis At This Time Of Year, At This Time Of Day, In This Part Of The Country, Localized Entirely Within The Area In Green On This Map. Whether You Can See It Depends On How Far North You Are As Well As Cloudiness


55.Cat Map

Cat Map


56.Odd Places In The UK

Odd Places In The UK


57.Most Common European Ancestry In The Americas. Now With Subdivisions!

Most Common European Ancestry In The Americas. Now With Subdivitions!


58.The Search Queries For "How Do I..." In Europe

The Search Querys For "How Do I..." In Europe


59.How Many Billionaires Live In Each Country?


60.An Small Reminder That This Country Exist

An Small Riminder That This Country Exist(Im From Czechia)


61.Amazon Basin

Amazon Basin


62.This Is The Farthest Place On Earth From Any Ocean

This Is The Farthest Place On Earth From Any Ocean


63.Which States In The US Are Actually City States?

Which States In The US Are Actually City States?


64.If The US Was Split Into Two Halves With Equal Population


65.Countries Where Covid-19 Vaccinations Are Mandatory For EveryoneCountries Where Covid-19 Vaccinations Are Mandatory For Everyone


66.Map For Halloween - Every Castle In Europe

Map For Halloween - Every Castle In Europe


67.Where People Still Practice Open Defecation

Where People Still Practice Open Defecation


68.Manhattan Is Less Dense Today Then It Was In 1910

Manhattan Is Less Dense Today Then It Was In 1910


69.The Scariest Thing In Every European Country

The Scariest Thing In Every European Country


70.Piracy In The 21st Century

Piracy In The 21st Century


71.The World According To Bhutan

The World According To Bhutan


72.Uncontacted Tribes In The Deep Amazon

Uncontacted Tribes In The Deep Amazon


73.Countries With The Most Islands

Countries With The Most Islands


74.The Minimum Ages In Which Children In Each Country Can Be Sent To Prison

The Minimum Ages In Which Children In Each Country Can Be Sent To Prison


75.Us 1956 Nuclear War Plan Targets

Us 1956 Nuclear War Plan Targets


76.Percentage Of Population Increase From 1960 To 2020 By Country In Europe (Source: World Bank)

Percentage Of Population Increase From 1960 To 2020 By Country In Europe (Source: World Bank)


77.Origin Of Immigrants In Europe

Origin Of Immigrants In Europe


78.A Map Of Italy Made Out Of Pizza. By Modernist Cuisine (2018)

A Map Of Italy Made Out Of Pizza. By Modernist Cuisine (2018)


79.Share Of Europeans Who Have Travelled At Least Once Outside The Eu (2014)

Share Of Europeans Who Have Travelled At Least Once Outside The Eu (2014)


80.The Pakistan-India Border Can Be Seen From Space

The Pakistan-India Border Can Be Seen From Space


81.Us States To Entire Countries Gdp

Us States To Entire Countries Gdp


82.Average Fixed Internet Speed In European Subcontinent As It Was In September 2021

Average Fixed Internet Speed In European Subcontinent As It Was In September 2021


83.Topography Of Africa

Topography Of Africa


84.A Map Relating To When Counties Will Achieve Net Zero Emissions

A Map Relating To When Counties Will Achieve Net Zero Emissions


85.The Probability Of A White Christmas In The United States

The Probability Of A White Christmas In The United States


86.A Peculiar World Map From 1581

A Peculiar World Map From 1581


87.How Much Longer Women Live Compared To Men

How Much Longer Women Live Compared To Men


88.South Asia Is More Populated Than North America, South America, Europe And Oceania Combined (South Asia Is Roughly Half The Size Of USA)

South Asia Is More Populated Than North America, South America, Europe And Oceania Combined (South Asia Is Roughly Half The Size Of USA)


89.The Soviet Union For 4 Days

The Soviet Union For 4 Days


90.Map Of India According To (Un, Pakistan, China And India Itself)

Map Of India According To (Un, Pakistan, China And India Itself)


91.''snow'' In European Languages

''snow'' In European Languages


92.A Globe Without The British Isles In Sarawak State Library (Former British Colony Until 1963)

A Globe Without The British Isles In Sarawak State Library (Former British Colony Until 1963)


93.Every Country Invaded By France

Every Country Invaded By France


94.Political Positions 2021

Political Positions 2021


95.Civilian Gun Ownership Per Capita In 2017. Data From Small Arms Survey

Civilian Gun Ownership Per Capita In 2017. Data From Small Arms Survey


96.Paid Leave For New Mothers (Nyt)

Paid Leave For New Mothers (Nyt)


97.On Blacks, Asians, Muslims And Jews Across Europe, 2017

On Blacks, Asians, Muslims And Jews Across Europe, 2017


98.Europe In China View

Europe In China View


99.The World At War In 2021

The World At War In 2021


100.New York State Stereotype Maps

New York State Stereotype Maps




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30-totally-awesome-and-unknown-facts-about-youtube-bemorepanda

YouTube is a huge video repository of a wide variety of formats and genres: marketing workshops, product unboxing, comedy shows, and educational songs for kids. For this variety, hosting is loved by almost two billion users around the world. And the business appreciated the advantages of the platform for promotion.

YouTube is undoubtedly the world's largest video sharing service.

Of course, it will be a surprise for everyone if this changes anytime soon!

 

Most of us use the YouTube website or app on a daily basis. Some use YouTube for learning, and some just for fun.

No matter how you use it, these 30 YouTube facts by Bemorepanda are worth reading!

 

Fact 1. YouTube was founded on February 14 (Valentine's Day) 2005 by three former PayPal employees.

 

Fact 2. It was originally funded by bonuses that employees received when eBay bought out PayPal.

 

Fact 3. The first YouTube video was uploaded on April 23, 2005. This is a video of the co-founder of the San Diego Zoo.

 

Fact 4. YouTube was originally created as a video testimonial site called "Tune In Hook Up".

 

Fact 5. Just 18 months after founding YouTube, Google bought it in stock for $ 1.65 billion.

 

К 2020 году количество активных пользователей YouTube из Индии удвоится -  Notebookcheck-ru.com

 

Fact 6. YouTube has over a billion users, which is almost a third of all Internet users.

 

Fact 7. YouTube has opened a production site in Los Angeles that you can use for free, but only if you have at least 10,000 subscribers on the channel.

 

Fact 8. The oldest YouTube video about cats dates back to 1894.

 

Fact 9. More than 100 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute.

 

Fact 10. In 2014, the famous YouTube star, Grumpy Cat, made more money Gwyneth Paltrow - the Oscar-winning actress.

 

Google раскрыла прибыль от YouTube

 

Fact 11. Google is, of course, the largest search engine in the world. But right behind it is Youtube, which is bigger than Bing, Yahoo and Ask combined.

 

Fact 12. Every April 1, YouTube pranks its users.

 

Fact 13. When they played their first joke, they turned the site upside down.

 

Fact 14. Rickrolling first appeared on YouTube in 2009. At its peak in 2008, more than 18 million users in the United States became involved in ricrolling.

 

Fact 15. Every month YouTube users watch 6 billion hours of video per month and 4 billion videos every day.

 

4 Quick Wins to Increase Your YouTube Engagement

 

Fact 16. Apart from the US, Saudi Arabia has the most views on YouTube. This is because TV, Facebook and Twitter are banned in Saudi Arabia and YouTube is not restricted.

 

Fact 17. The most popular video that people are looking for is "How to kiss." The second most popular video is "how to tie a tie."

 

Fact 18. The most popular topic that people are looking for is, of course, music!

 

Fact 19. The total number of videos uploaded in 2010 is equivalent to over 150,000 full-length films in theaters every week.

 

Fact 20. The first world leader to create a YouTube channel was British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who opened his account in 2007.

 

YouTube reverts to human moderators in fight against misinformation |  Financial Times

 

Fact 21. According to a 2013 study, 60% of the 1000 most viewed YouTube videos are banned in Germany.

 

Fact 22. The longest YouTube video is 571 hours, 1 minute and 41 seconds. This is the same as 23 days and 19 hours!

 

Fact 23. The first video to reach 1 billion views was Hello by Adele the fastest. It reached 1 billion views in 88 days.

 

Fact 24: The video that got the most views on its first day of upload is the official teaser # 2 of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It scored 112 million views in 24 hours.

 

Fact 25. Justin Bieber is one of the first YouTube success stories.

 

Pakistan lifts 3-year ban on YouTube | Financial Times

 

Fact 26. YouTube has been watched every day on Facebook for over 150 years.

 

Fact 27. In Thailand, YouTube was blocked for 5 months in 2007 due to a 44-second video that depicted distorted images of the king.

 

Fact 28. There is a copyright infringement program called Automated Content ID that scans over 100 years of video every day.

 

Fact 29. Every minute there are 400 tweets containing a link to a YouTube video.

 

Fact 30. In 2011, 30% of all YouTube videos accounted for over 99% of views.

 


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Each new year represents a new beginning. Around the night between the years, we think about what we want the new year to bring, we make wishes, we make plans and we respect different superstitions in order to have luck in the beginning year. It is as common as it is convenient to believe that the luck of the new year is primarily due to fate, and thus we tend to minimize our own responsibility and the importance of our contribution to our own well-being.


But what if, at the turn of the year, we made a list of things we want to learn next year? Maybe we want to learn a foreign language, maybe we want to try a new sport, maybe we want to learn a new skill, use a new device, get a driver's license or maybe we want to learn to paint. We all have such desires, but we seldom fulfill them.


Bemorepanda has collected 50 interesting facts with which you can start the new year by learning new things. In 2022 we must give priority to knowledge and well-being.


1.Learning law for humanity


2.Equal rights


3.Single dad


4.Dolly Parton


Learning is necessary up to a point. When we are little, we always learn things about the reality around us that help us survive and adapt. Then we go to school, where we are forced to learn various subjects, some of which we like, some less. Then we go to college, where we specialize in one field. We go to work, where we learn to do our job. After a while, however, learning is no longer compulsory, it becomes optional. Nothing presses us anymore, the only motivation is given by our desire to know things. And this is the moment when the excuses appear: I don't feel like it now, I want to relax, I've learned enough, I'm too old to learn anymore, etc.


These excuses have long-term negative consequences. The brain, like any other muscle, atrophies in the absence of exercise. For this reason, thinking becomes rigid and we tend to suffer from functional fixation. In other words, we are used to doing things the same way all the time, we feel uncomfortable when we are faced with a new situation and we lose the ability to think "outside the box" and find creative solutions to the problems we face. The more time we spend learning nothing new, the more useless it seems to us to try.


5.The 9 Nanas


6.Money doesn’t grow on tree


7.Bury Bentley


8.Syndrome K


First of all, if our brain is always trained to learn new things, it will be easier for us to learn skills, because we will be able to relate them to what we already know. And we will know more and more. This will allow us to deal with more and more situations. Although we may not see the immediate benefit of learning a certain thing in the long run, we will certainly feel the benefits.


By always learning, we keep our spirit young and will process information very quickly, because we will have a complex system in which to integrate it. Last but not least, we will have an increased sense of self-efficacy, which will help us to feel good about ourselves, to know what we are capable of and to be confident that we can succeed in what we set out to do.


9.Dale Schroeder


10.Dream come true


11.Breakfast with dads


12.Steve Buscemi


13.Surgeons


14.No charges


15.Joyce Diane


16.Doodlebug


17.Alabama husband


18.Kansas


19.Mr. Rogers


20.Sleeping family


21.Blood donations


22.Anais Bordier


23.Turtles


24.Billy Ray


25.Boston College


26.Billy Joel


27.Marshall


28.Preparing dinner


29.Don’t care


30.Anthony Borges


31.Elmer Alvarez


32.Bill Morgan


33.Nicole Graham


34.Super dad


35.Matt LeBlanc


36.Koko


37.Hedy Lamarr


38.Enoteca Maria


39.Russian couple


40.Mozart


41.Playboy


42.Kidney transplant


43.Gordon Ramsey


44.Sylvester Stallone


45.Siberian girl


46.SWAT


47.Prison inmates


48.Colonel Sander


49.Bob Ross


50.Luna




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