A cracked egg on your kitchen floor might make tempers run high, but 60 feet below the surface of the ocean, the pressure on the egg is 2.8 times the atmospheric pressure, and it holds it all together like an invisible egg shell.
Physics does wonderful things…so what if its with cats too 😁. These smart guys have trained their brains to optimise and conserve energy and maximise momentum by using both halves of their bodies ensuring rapid and efficient rotation. Beware though! Do not try this at home with your smart meow, it depends on whether your cat has enough time to complete the rotation, and the height can definitely make a difference. Too high and it won’t matter if they land on their feet or not🤔
Humans (most of us) have 5 litres of blood in our bodies and the average heart pumps about 70 ml of blood out with each beat. Also, a healthy heart beats around 70 times a minute. So, if you multiply the amount of blood that the heart can pump by the number of beats in a minute, you actually get about 4.9 litres of blood, which is almost your whole body’s worth of blood. In just a minute, the hearts pumps the entire blood volume around your body. Usain Bolt, watch out! You got some tough competition 🏃