Everest Trivia:Climbers on Everest use their bodies to indicate directions

More than 300 people have been killed since Everest first climbed about 100 years ago. Because the removal…

Aircraft trivia: Jacques-130 trainer take-off air inlet is always closed

Most Soviet and Russian fighters have considered the take-off and landing requirements of front-line airports, so the design…

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Fighter Trivia: F-15 Fighter Air Inlet May Deform

Fighter Trivia: F-15 Fighter Air Inlet May Deform

The upper edge of the F-15 fighter’s air intake is not fixed, but can be moved. After the…

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…

Fighter Trivia: B-2 stealth strategic bomber’s fuel port is flipped

The B-2 “Ghost” is the first stealth strategic bomber in the history of human aviation. Its stealth design…

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…
Placebo Trivia: Why does this medicine happen?

Placebo Trivia: Why does this medicine happen?

According to research conducted in the United States on patients with anxiety disorders, even if they know that…

Fighter Trivia: F-16 is the only Air Force active single vertical tail fighter

The United States Air Force has always attached great importance to single-engine and single vertical tail steps. Since…

Cloud trivia:The energy contained in the cloud is equivalent to 10 times the Hiroshima atomic bomb?

Xiao Bian thought the clouds were calm? This trivia will definitely give you a different perspective on clouds.…

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…

Love Trivia:Is the happiness of love fat? Is it true?

it is true. Researchers at the University of Queensland in Australia analyzed data from a 10-year survey of…

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…

Cloud trivia: the thickest clouds can exceed the height of Mount Everest

The thickness of the cloud is not as thin as everyone sees. When the “big” cumulonimbus clouds in…

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…

Singing trivia:Is it true that singing out of tune is also a disease?

According to a study in the journal nature neuroscience, singing out of tune can also be a problem,…

Ass trivia:Melanin is also produced in ass without sun exposure

Even if you do not expose your butt to the sun, you may still get melanoma (one of…

Butt trivia:Why are injections spanked?

The method of giving injections on the buttocks was introduced in the 1970s and 1980s and continues to…

Ass trivia:Is it true that women with big ass are smarter?

American psychologist Stenas found that hip size is directly proportional to IQ strength. In an intelligence test taken…

Acne Trivia:This skin disease is treatable

Acne is usually caused by poor diet or poor hygiene. Suggestion: You should eat less spicy and irritating…

Temperature trivia: women generally have lower hand temperatures than men

Researchers at the university of Utah found that although women have a higher core body temperature than men,…

Bird Trivia:A bird whose beak glows

In his lab, ornithologist jamie dunn found that with the lights off, the Atlantic puffin’s beak lit up…

Belly button trivia:Belly buttons contain even more germs than toilets

When you get out of the shower, are you sure you’ve cleaned everything up? But the truth is,…

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…