Scientific information and facts

The CRAY Y-MP C90 is the fastest computer in the world.
The cave of Sarawak in Malaysia is the largest cave in the world, a length of 701 meters, and the width of 299 meters.
The average human eye flashes about 4.2 million times a year.
The Nova Laser at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the USA is the world's most powerful laser; it generates 100,000,000,000 watts of energy for 0.000000001 seconds.
Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the phone, has set the world water record at speeds of more than 70 miles per hour.
Children have 30 bones, while the human has 206 bones; because they merge some of them.
The fly is the most dangerous organism on the surface of the globe, because of its ability to transport wastes, and pollutants from one object to another.
The giant salamander is the largest amphibian animal in the world and has a length of five feet.
The first virus was found in both plants and animals 100 years ago.
The Grand Canyon is the first national memorial made of cellophane 90 years ago.
The first food mixer and the first refrigerator were invented 80 years ago.
PVC and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) were invented 70 years ago. Otto Han discovered nuclear fission by dividing uranium 60 years ago.
Velcro was invented by Swiss George de Mistral 50 years ago.
The bone in the middle ear is the smallest bone in the human body, 0.28 cm in size.
Neuromuscular neurons are the longest cells in the human body, up to 1.37 meters long, extending from the lower spinal cord to the big toe.
Blue Whale has the ability to produce sound effects up to 188 dB.
Lake Med is the largest man-made lake in the United States.
Poisonous frogs are found in the South American continent, and the central is the most poisonous animal in the world.
The first coast line to coast was established in 1914.