13 Facts So Weird, They Seem Totally Fake

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If you still don’t know what a phantom vibration syndrome is and just how powerful the iPhone can be – this is your chance to find out the truth! These are not just some random facts you haven’t heard of before, but 13 of the most impossible (and sometimes silly) facts that will definitely broaden your mind. And you’ll also get a chance to show off your new-found knowledge to your friends and co-workers!

 

 

Clouds are actually super heavy
We are used to seeing clouds everyday as they roam freely across the sky. They look fluffy and absolutely weightless. But guess what, looks can be deceiving because an average cloud weighs around 1.1 million pounds. Imagine 100 elephants floating merrily above your head – that’s how much a cloud weighs!

 

 

iPhone beats NASA in tech power
Well, maybe not currently, but the first ever iPhone released was actually more powerful than the tech NASA used to fly us to the Moon back in 1969. Better keep this in mind next time you watch that hilarious cat video for the umpteenth time or check your mail.


Combat dolphins are real
Many believe that dolphins are smarter than humans, and while that may or may not be true, militaries in many countries started using these amazing animals for various purposes. Mostly they are trained for important and dangerous missions like searching for enemy vessels or locating underwater mines. It appears dolphins are much better at this than humans!

 

 

Phantom vibration syndrome is a thing
Most people have never heard about phantom vibration syndrome, but many have experienced it one way or another. We are incredibly connected to our gadgets, some more than others. In some situations, when we are bored out of our wits or experience stress, we may hear our phone ringing (or buzzing) when in reality it stays absolutely silent. We need to unplug more often!

 

 

Neutron stars have enormous mass
We all know what neutron stars are – they are what’s left from the core of what used to be a large star. When a massive star goes into a supernova explosion, its gravitation collapses, and the core compresses drastically into a neutron star that is no more than 12 miles in diameter. What most of us don’t know is that, although small, these stars can pack the mass of two Suns. Can you imagine the weight of 900 Pyramids of Giza? Well, it would equal to one teaspoon of neutron star’s matter!

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