Lego trivia: Lego’s expressions are getting worse?

When Lego Minifigure was launched in 1978, they looked happy. However, a survey of 3655 people showed that…

Cloud Trivia: Will Clouds Be Split by Lightning?

A flash of lightning passed, and the cloud was split? It’s an illusion! A lightning flashed across the…

Pencil trivia:Refill is not lead, is it true?

The pencil is not made of lead, it is made of graphite as the main raw material. Graphite…

Cloud trivia: why there are often dark clouds when it rains in summer

When summer rain comes, there will always be a lot of black clouds. Why is this? These are…

Cloud Trivia: Is the white fog at the tail of the aircraft exhaust?

The plane flew by, leaving a long white tail. When I was young, I thought it was a…

Cloud Trivia: It’s faster than a car!

Clouds run at an average speed of 36 kilometers per hour, and the fastest can reach 50 to…

Pants trivia:Need to apply to wear pants?

On November 17, 1799, eight days after the “Misty Moon Coup” in France, the Paris Police Chief signed…

Lightning trivia:You’re more likely to be struck by lightning than to win the lottery

The odds of winning American powerball or mega millions are roughly the same: 175 million to one. According…

Alcohol trivia: driving can and huoxiang zhengqi water

Huoxiang zhengqi water alcohol content of 40-50%, equivalent to about 40 degrees of wine. So driving can not…

Eyewear trivia: the earliest glasses had no frames

For modern people, glasses are also a necessity, but the glasses we wear did not originally have “legs”.

Clothes trivia: Are Chinese idioms ‘yī guān qín shòu’ good?

The Chinese idiom “yī guān qín shòu” was not originally used to curse people. On the contrary, it…

Submarine trivia:A submarine damaged by a toilet

The first submarine destroyed by a toilet. During the second world war, the u-1206 of the German submarine…

Call Girl Trivia:The most expensive call girl in the world

The woman on the right is Michelle Braun, a well-known “mummy”. She opened an organization to provide on-call…

Camel Trivia: Can its name be translated into a beauty too?

In Arabic, the word “beautiful” is “jamaal”, taken from “jml”, a root meaning camel

Alarm clock trivia:The first alarm clock only sounds at 4 AM

The world’s first alarm clock was invented by Levi Hutchins in 1787. His purpose was to prevent himself…

Sunglasses Trivia: Different Sunglasses

Sunglasses are not only very fashionable and good-looking, but also very practical life items in modern society. Generally,…
Braille trivia:Braille invented by 12-year-old boy

Braille trivia:Braille invented by 12-year-old boy

Louis Braille was completely blind at the age of five. At the age of 12, the boy was…
Earmuff trivia: it was originally invented by a 5-year-old

Earmuff trivia: it was originally invented by a 5-year-old

Chester greenwood, 5, of farmington, Maine, invented earmuffs in 1874. The boy liked winter very much, but he…
Reading trivia:Adult reading ability rises to 86% in 2019

Reading trivia:Adult reading ability rises to 86% in 2019

According to data from a scientific research institution in 2019, about 86% of adults in the world today…

Fire Hydrant Trivia: Didn’t know who invented the fire hydrant?

We have said so many trivia, but there are very few trivia about fire prevention. Today I will…
Dry trivia: Put chalk in the jewelry box to keep the jewelry shiny

Dry trivia: Put chalk in the jewelry box to keep the jewelry shiny

A lot of girls don’t know how to put a piece of chalk in a jewelry box to…
Static trivia: use batteries to get rid of static.

Static trivia: use batteries to get rid of static.

In dry weather, in dry weather is generally to wear a heavy coat, mostly based on chemical fiber…
Oxygen trivia: earth's oxygen most of the amazon rainforest?

Oxygen trivia: earth’s oxygen most of the amazon rainforest?

The earth’s oxygen mainly comes from the photosynthesis of plants, but also from the oxygen in soil crevices,…
Coke trivia: 330ml coke contains 35g of sugar

Coke trivia: 330ml coke contains 35g of sugar

Invented in 1886 by pharmacist John pemberton, a sweet, caffeinated but non-alcoholic carbonated drink. Coke’s main flavors include…