32 Amazing Facts That Will Show You How Far Humans Have Come

January 23, 2015 | 4 Comments » | Topics: Hall Of Fame, Interesting

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

facts about humanity that will blow your socks off

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  • TheDude

    An assortment of meaningless statistics that seem to make one think that things are peachy. My favorite “Since 1961, the amount of food we produce has increased by 25%.

    Tiny little problem, though… The world population increased 125% between 1960 and 2010 from 3 billion to 6.8 billion.

    Carry on, whistle a happy song.

  • smg45acp

    I’m sure if you cherry picked other facts you could easily make it look like the world is going to blow up any minute.

    • JN

      They do that every day, it is called the news.
      This is a nice counterwight to the profecy of doom i hear on the news everyday.

  • commenter1

    Where can I get a smartphone with a radar-detector and a 15 inch woofer?