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A day’s worth of Twitter posts would fill a 10-million-page book.
The information transmitted by the Hubble Telescope each week would fill a shelf of books two-thirds of a mile long.
In 1900, all the world’s mathematical knowledge could be written in about 80 books; today it would fill more than 100,000 books.
There’s a ‘Rent a Mourner’ service in the UK to fill your funeral with fake friends.
About 100,000 years ago, there were barely enough people on Earth to fill a football stadium.
Every year, the average meat-eating American ingests more than enough blood to fill a soda can.
The volcanic system beneath Yellowstone holds enough lava to fill 11 Grand Canyons.
The average person will excrete 135 U.S. gallons (511 L) of urine per year, enough to fill two bathtubs.
A Pythagorean cup will automatically empty itself if you fill it too much.
The average Briton has 174,000 sixth cousins, enough to fill Wembley stadium twice over.
The maize needed to fill a single Range Rover’s petrol tank with biofuel would feed a person for a whole year.
In 1900, all the world’s mathematical knowledge could be written in about 80 books; today it would fill more than 100,000.
Viking names included ‘desirous of beer’, ‘lust-hostage’, ‘short penis’, ‘able to fill a bay with fish by magic’, ‘the man who mixes his drinks’ and ‘the man without trousers’.
During your lifetime, you will produce enough saliva to fill two swimming pools.