18 Ridiculous Sounding… But True Facts That You’ll Have A Hard Time Believing

Here’s a few incredibly unbelievable facts you’d never guess were actually true!

Seriously, I honestly had to Google a few of these for myself, because I honestly didn’t believe it…. especially the last one.

Make your way through these and drop us a comment below!

1. Barbie’s full name is Barbara Millicent Roberts


2. Betty White is older than sliced bread.


3. If you were able to dig a hole to the center of the earth, and drop something down it, it would take 42 minutes for the object to get there


4. On both Saturn and Jupiter, it rains diamonds.


5. If the timeline of earth was compressed into one year, humans wouldn’t show up until December 31 at 11:58 p.m.


6. France last used a guillotine to execute someone after Star Wars premiered


7. Harvard University was founded before Calculus existed


8. A human could swim through the arteries of a whale


9. It’s never said that Humpty Dumpty was an egg in the nursery rhyme


10. The water in Lake Superior could cover the entire United States in a foot of water.


11. It only took 66 years after the first airplane flight to the first time we landed on the moon


12. North Korea and Finland both border the same country; Russia.


13. The Ottoman Empire still existed the last time the Chicago Cubs won the World Series


14. Hippo’s produce pink milk


15. The national animal of Scotland is a Unicorn.


16. Most zippers come stamped with the letters YKK. That stands for “Yoshida Kogyo Kabushikigaisha.”


17. Cosmic rays from outer space cause glitches in your electronics.


In some electronics, cosmic rays are the primary source of soft errors. Cosmic rays are one of the main reasons that servers and high reliability computers use error correcting RAM.

18. Kidney Transplant

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When you get a kidney transplant, they usually just leave your original kidneys in your body and put the 3rd kidney in your pelvis.

Crazy right?! Mind-blown! Make sure to give these a share on Facebook before you go, and let us know what you think in the comments below. (h/t OMG Facts)