Dogs can smell when humans have low glucose levels (Type I Diabetes) and actually serve as a service animal.
On March 22, 1989 asteroid 4581 Asclepius passed by Earth at a distance of 0.00457 AU (425,000 mi). In fact, it passed through the exact position of Earth only six hours earlier.
Plants talk to each other using an internet of fungus.
Humans can hear the difference between hot and cold water being poured.
One gram of DNA could store 455 exabytes of data, which is more than enough for Google and Facebook combined.
There is a galaxy-eating fireball 3 MILLION lightyears in diameter and hotter than the center of our Sun out there.
One of the smallest known measurement is a Planck Length. It’s so small, if you were to magnify a 0.1mm dot to the size of the universe, a Planck Length is a 0.1mm dot inside that universe-sized “dot”.
There is a 27.5 acre artificial island in the Maldives called Thilafushi that is made entirely of garbage.
Bees don’t breathe.
A fast moving star tore through the outer reaches of our solar system 70 thousand years ago, coming within half a light year of the sun.
The James Webb Telescope is so sensitive that it can detect heat generated by a bumblebee as far away as the Moon.
The Sun steals comets from other stars.
Neil Degrasse Tyson helped DC Comics pick a real star to serve as Rao, the star which is orbited by Superman’s homeworld of Krypton: “LHS 2520”, a red dwarf star 42 light-years from Earth, in the constellation Corvus.
There is a deadly fungus plague spreading around the world that is causing a mass extinction among amphibians.
Astronauts sleeping in zero-G must do so in a well-ventilated area, or they risk exhaling a bubble of CO2 around their own heads and suffocating.