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The human body is a magnificent vessel of trivia (20 Photos)
The human body is made up of 7 octillion atoms, which is a 7 followed by 27 zeros.
Enough electricity is produced by the human brain when awake to power a small light bulb.
Your feet contain 1/4 of all of your bones, which means that the alignment of these bones effects your entire body.
The masseter, or jaw muscle, is the strongest muscle in the human body based on weight.
Sweat is odorless, and body odor actually comes from it mixing with bacteria on the skin.
Your brain uses 20% of all the oxygen and blood in our bodies.
Your body has enough iron in it to make a metal nail 3 inches long.
Our noses can remember about 50,000 different scents.
Some people can hold their breath for five minutes, which is made possible when we fool the diaphragm.
Each heart has its own electrical system, which means that as long as it receives oxygen, it’ll continue to beat even if it’s removed from the body.
If our eyes were digital cameras, they’d measure at 576 megapixels.
The average person produces enough saliva to fill two swimming pools in their lifetime.
Our hearts produce enough energy to drive a truck for 20 miles on a daily basis.
Although smaller in size, a woman’s heart beats faster than that of a man’s, even while asleep.
Your heartbeat changes depending on the type of music you’re listening to.
An adult human body contains about 100,000 miles of blood vessels.
Humans shed nearly 600,000 particles of skin every hour, which adds up to 1.5 pounds annually.
According to new research, our brains continue to develop well into our 40s.
There is no scientific evidence supporting the “fact” that shaving leads to hair growing back thicker.
Adults excrete a daily average of 1.42 liters of urine.