If you ever watch Jeopardy then your brain is probably filled with a ton of weird facts. Although some of the topics on the show are completely random and irrelevant to our daily lives, you will look like the smartest person in the room if you share fascinating facts like:
- The longest time between two twins being born is 87 days
- Like fingerprints, everyone has a unique tongue print
- The largest snowflake ever recorded was 15 inches wide
Super weird, right? In school, you probably learned about Schrödinger’s cat or the Pythagorean theorem but if you want to be the best at Trivial Pursuit then you need to fill that noggin up with some random stuff.
For those that are lacking in the knowledge department, this gallery is filled with a bunch of weird but interesting facts that you probably didn’t know about. Here are 16 facts that will probably blow your mind.
Pluto was discovered in 1930 and that’s when we were told that it was the ninth planet from the Sun. But in 2006, scientists went “lol jokes” and took the planet status away from that tiny “dwarf planet”. From 1930 until 2006, Pluto wasn’t even able to complete ONE orbit around the sun since it takes 248 years for the little guy to do a complete orbit.
Anne Frank, Martin Luther King Jr., and Barbara Walters were all born in 1929 which means if all of them were alive today, they’d all be the same age!
If someone was to create a “That 90’s Show” and release it around the same amount of time when That ’70s Show was released, then it would come out in 2017! Time flies when you’re having an existential crisis.
Will Smith was born on September 25th, 1968 which makes him 48 years old. This makes him OLDER than his television uncle James Avery when he was on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Avery was only 45 years old during the premiere of the series.