10-It takes 8 minutes, 19 seconds for light to travel from the Sun to the Earth
It takes five and a half hours for the Sun's light to achieve Pluto.
In space, light goes at 300,000 kilometers (186,000 miles) every second. Indeed, even at this very fast speed, covering the 150 million odd kilometers (93 million miles) among us and the Sun takes a significant time. Furthermore, eight minutes is still almost no contrasted with the five and a half hours it takes for the Sun's light to achieve Pluto.
11-If you took out all the empty space in our atoms, the human race could fit in the volume of a sugar 3D square
Over 99.99999 percent of molecules are unfilled space
The molecules that make up our general surroundings appear to be strong, however are in reality over 99.99999 percent void space. A particle comprises of a little, thick core encompassed by a haze of electrons, spread over a proportionately tremendous region. This is on the grounds that just as being particles, electrons act like waves. Electrons can just exist where the peaks and troughs of these waves include effectively. What's more, rather than existing in one point, every electron's area is spread over a scope of probabilities – an orbital. They along these lines involve an enormous measure of room.
12-Stomach corrosive is sufficiently able to break up tempered steel
Your stomach lining totally restores itself each four days
Your stomach digests nourishment on account of exceedingly destructive hydrochloric corrosive with a pH of 2 to 3. This corrosive additionally assaults your stomach lining, which secures itself by emitting an antacid bicarbonate arrangement. The covering still should be supplanted consistently, and it totally restores itself each four days.