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23 Mind-Blowing Facts About Planet Earth That Will Make You Question Everything

Learning a few amazing facts about Earth can remind humanity how lucky we are to call this planet home. One of the biggest of these mind blowing things about Earth is the fact that it's more than 4.5 billion years old. Then about 3.8 billion years ago, single cell organisms were born. About 230 million years ago, dinosaurs roamed the earth until they died and were replaced by early humans about 200,000 years ago. That's a lot of history.Discovering things you didn't know about our planet can be an eye opening experience and could possibly bring about several life changing realizations that blow your mind. Understanding exactly how Earth works and came to be has inspired people for years. However, many humans don't stop to think about the ground they stand on or the water they drink since life is just too busy. Take a minute out of your day to embrace these interesting facts about Earth. They just might blow your mind.1 Gravity Does Not Act The Same Everywhere On Earth

Because Earth is always moving, gravity is not the same all over and you would weigh slightly more at Earth's poles than at the equator. There are also places where gravity is extremely different, such as Hudson Bay in Canada. Scientists believe convection currents from Earth's mantle or Earth reacting to the pressure of ice on its surface being eliminated after it melts cause this.2 The Driest Place On Earth Is In Antarctica And Hasn't Experienced Rain In 2 Million Years

Surprisingly, the driest spot on Earth is located in a roughly 1,850 square mile area in Antarctica appropriately named Dry Valleys. There are bodies of water but there is relatively no ice or snow. Thanks to heavy winds that take moisture elsewhere and a lack of rain for 2 million years means there is a zero net gain of water in the area.>>>READ MORE

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