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Top 10 unknown & Interesting facts about World

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We’re all familiar with the world we live in, but what about the world of our ancestors? What if there were a different reality hidden just below our own? This article shares some interesting unknown facts about life before and after the existence of humans.

Some interesting unknown facts

The United States was actually founded on July 4th, 1776. However, it wasn’t a nation until the Constitution was ratified in 1789. It would have been a part of Canada if it weren’t for the Revolution.

  1. What are some interesting unknown facts about Canada?.
    The Canadian flag was adopted in 1965, but it wasn’t flown until 1868. The maple leaf of the flag is not a maple leaf at all. It’s actually a stylized fleur-de-lis. Mounties were created in 1873 and they do not ride horses, they are rather mounted on snowshoes.
  2. What are some interesting unknown facts about Scotland?.
    Coal mining is the largest industry in Scotland. Its people are predominantly of Scottish descent and have a strong sentimental attachment to the ancient clans. One third of them have passed on their names to the nation, which is one of the highest percentages in Europe. The first motor car was built in Glasgow, Scotland 1865 and it was powered by electricity. It took three hours for the car that was invented by David MacKay to go from zero to sixty miles per hour.
  3. What are the most popular songs of Scotland?.
    I Love You by The Beatles is one of the most played and known songs in the whole world, it is a very popular song though it was written in England, but its distinctive style and melody renders it as one of the best known Scottish songs.
  4. What is Scottish cuisine?.
    Scotland has many distinct national dishes, often based on beef and lamb, especially minced beef and skewered beef patties known as “ meat pies ”, along with lamb and steak. The heaviest meal (which is the traditional Sunday dinner) includes haggis , a mixture of oatmeal, onion and boiled liver wrapped in the stomach of a sheep.
  5. Do you know what is the tallest mountain in Scotland?.
    It is Skye – Nairn – Raasay – Cromarty or SNR/SRN/CNR which is 2,469 m (8,169 ft) high. It is also called A igasrigh (Scottish Gaelic for “headland of the mountain”) and it is the tallest mountain in the British Isles.
  6. What is the name of your country?.
    It is Scotland or Her Britannia .
  7. How long does it take to travel from your west coast to east coast?.
    It takes about 5-6 hours by train, car or bus.
  8. Why are you called “ The Wee Country of Beggars ”?
    We are a poor country. We have the highest rate of poverty in Europe, with more than one in every three people needing welfare.
  9. What is its name?.
    It is The Isle of Skye (excluding Kyleakin and Portree) The Peninsula of Ardnamurchan and the Small Isles .
  10. There are many words used to describe Scotland like “beautiful”, “friendly”, “peaceful”, “quite”, “wonderful” and “beautiful. How many of these words are true?.

Many of these adjectives apply to Scotland but they don’t tell the whole story. The country also has a darker side due to our history as well as some fact fullness such as being ‘partly’ responsible for inventing the modern world, the most successful political system in history, we hold the absolute record for humanity’s longest life expectancy before the industrial revolution and many other important innovations

When Did the World’s First Gunpowder Weapon Got Invented?

In the year 994, a Chinese alchemist named Tao-T’o discovered that by mixing saltpeter, sulfur, and charcoal he could create explosives. Prior to this discovery, gunpowder was first made during the Chinese Tang Dynasty, so it’s likely that Tao-T’o was actually inspired by an earlier invention when he created his own. Despite military use of gunpowder being relatively recent in history, most people might not realize that the world’s first gunpowder weapon occurred almost a thousand years ago. 6 Facts about Japan Surprise you!

Interesting unknown facts about the internet

In the early 2000s, America was one of the few countries that had no internet at home. This changed after World War II when some major companies like General Electric decided that it was necessary for their employees to use computers and the internet. However, not everyone had access to computers and the internet and in places where there were no computers or internet, people would often share information on those topics using notes, pamphlets, and flyers.

What is a Cuneiform Table?

Cuneiform tables are a type of clay tablet with writing inscribed on it that is commonly used by the ancient Sumerians. They were first discovered in 1847 by a French engineer named Auguste Mariette. He was searching for artifacts related to the ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, especially the Sumerians. He was able to uncover many artifacts throughout his excavations and uncovered a few cuneiform tablets that had writing on them.

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