Can You Make It Through This Post Without Having Your Mind Blown?

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1. Let’s start small:


2. Here’s something that you never realized:

3. While we’re at it, here’s some more famous voice actors:
 
4. Here’s the right way to eat a cupcake:
 
 
5. Now get ready to have your childhood mind blown:
 


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Moving on…
 
 
7. DID YOU KNOW? The “YKK” on your zipper stands for “Yoshida Kogyo Kabushikigaisha:”
 
 
8.DID YOU KNOW? 3.14 is PIE backwards:
 
 
9.DID YOU KNOW? The dot over over an “i” is called a “tittle:”
 
10.DID YOU KNOW? Cashews grow like this:

 


11.And pineapples like this:


12.Before we move on, here’s the ending to “Inception” explained:


13.Now let’s shrink things down. Here’s what velcro looks like close up:


14.Here’s what chalk looks like under a microscope:

15. And here’s what sand looks like under a microscope:


16.Speaking of sand, there are more stars in space than there are grains of sand on every beach on Earth:

Thanks to Carl Sagan for this knowledge.
Via: science.nationalgeographic.com

Let’s go deeper:

17. If you shrunk the Sun down to the size of a white blood cell and shrunk the Milky Way Galaxy down using the same scale, it would be the size of the continental United States:


18.Speaking of things that are huge, a Blue Whale’s heart is so big, a small child can swim through the veins:


19.There’s enough water in Lake Superior to cover all of North and South America in one foot of water:


20.Here’s the true size of Africa:


21.And the Pacific Ocean:


22.Let’s think bigger: If you dug a hole to the center of the Earth and dropped a book down, it would take 45 minutes to reach the bottom:


23.Here’s what Jupiter would look like if it were the same distance to Earth as the Moon:


24.And here’s what a sunset on Mars looks like:

 

Too much? Just breathe:

 

25.DID YOU KNOW? There are more bacteria cells in your body than actual body cells:

Anywhere from 2 to 9 pounds of them. We’re more bacteria than we are human!
Via: scientificamerican.com

26.DID YOU KNOW? John Tyler, the 10th President of the United States, has a grandson that’s alive today:

John Tyler had a son, Lyon, when he was 63. Lyon had a son, Harrison Tyler, at 75.
Via: geneamusings.com

27.DID YOU KNOW? A compressed spring weighs more than a relaxed one:


28.JUST THINK: We know more about the surface of the moon than the bottom of the ocean:


29.Speaking of the ocean, there are more atoms in a glass of water than glasses of water in all the oceans on Earth:


30.Speaking of time: The Ottoman Empire still existed the last time the Chicago Cubs won a World Series:


31.Keep this in mind, too:

 

Mind not blown yet? Things are about to get REAL:

 


32.The Great Pyramid was built circa 2560 BC…


… and Cleopatra lived 69 BC – 30 BC…


… and the first Moon landing was in 1969, AD…

which means Cleopatra lived closer to the Moon landing than she did to the building of the Great Pyramid.
Via: le.ac.uk

33.Speaking of the pyramids, they were as old to the Romans as the Romans are to us:


34.Should we keep going? The difference in time between when Tyrannosaurus Rex and Stegosaurus lived is greater than the difference in time between Tyrannosaurus Rex and now:


35.Here’s one more: In 1903 the Wright Brothers flew for the first time…


…38 years later, in 1941, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor…


… and 28 years later, in 1969, man landed on the Moon.

That’s 66 years.
Via: kitmcc.edu.glogster.com

PHEW! That was intense. Here’s a picture of a puppy burrito (puprito) to chill you out:
Post credit to: Buzzfeed.