# Who calculated this ?! 13 simply absurd statistics numbers

Even though it may not seem obvious at first glance, the truth is that we are surrounded by numbers. After all, everything - including the most unthinkable and absurd things - can be translated into statistics, quantities, volumes, digits and probabilities by mathematics. Want to know some crazy examples? Check out the following that we, here of Mega Curious, have gathered for you:

## 1 - Prime Number

The largest prime number ever calculated is 2 ^{57.855.161} - 1. If we had to write it on a single line, the sheet of paper would have to be at least 37 kilometers long - as it is no less than 17, 425. 170 digits!

## 2 - Number of π

If you're not impressed with the example above, be aware that mathematicians have been able to calculate 12.1 trillion digits for Pi so far - and to write them all in a straight line, the sheet of paper would have to reach the sun. and return to earth.

## 3 - Number of foods

Blue whales are estimated to consume 40 million krill (small crustaceans) per day - or the equivalent of almost 3, 600 pounds of the animals. This is more than the weight of most street cars.

## 4 - Number of combinations

There are 43, 252, 003, 274, 489, 459, 856, 000 possible combinations in traditional magic cubes. If someone decided to try all of them, considering that they made a combination per second, it would take 100 times the age of the universe to finish.

## 5 - Number of bacteria

On average, couples exchange no less than 80 million bacteria during the kiss - or the equivalent of roughly the population of countries like Ethiopia, Germany, and the United Kingdom in pets.

## 6 - Number of species

Insects make up the largest percentage of known species in the world, and the beetles, totaling about 380, 000 varieties, make up a third of all that have been cataloged so far.

## 7 - Number of cells

On average, the human body is made up of 37.2 trillion cells - and that number ranges from 5 trillion for babies to almost 725 trillion for extremely obese adults.

## 8 - Number of Emails

It is estimated that over 205 billion emails are sent every day worldwide. If each were printed, the stack of pages would be enough to cover half of the earth's circumference at the height of the equator. In fact, it would take 25 million trees to produce all this paper.

## 9 - Number of Players

At its peak, Facebook's FarmVille game had over 80 million players. If each of them had a 100-acre (or close to 40.5 hectares) farm, they would occupy more than four times the area of the Continental United States - 4 x 7, 653, 006 square kilometers!

## 10 - Number of blocks

In 2012 alone, 45.7 billion LEGO blocks were produced worldwide - at a rate of 5.2 million pieces per hour. If all the blocks that were sold during this year were aligned one after another, they would go around the world 18 times.

## 11 - Number of years worked

Considering that, on average, Brazilians work 40 hours a week, this means that from 20 to 65 years old, a person will have spent 10.3 whole years in toil.

## 12 - Number of fatalities

No one knows the exact number, but, depending on the source consulted, it is estimated that between 1 million and 1.3 million soldiers lost their lives in the Battle of Stalingrad alone - not to mention the civilian casualties that perished during the conflict. may have totaled about 700, 000 deaths. To give you an idea, during the entire World War II, between 40 and 50 million people lost their lives.

## 13 - Number of ejaculations

Over the course of a lifetime, by reference to an expectation of 80 years, men ejaculate approximately 7, 200 times - representing 7.5 “episodes” per month and more than 23 liters of sperm, whereas on average 3, 2 ml of the substance are released each time. Moreover, out of 7, 200 times, 2, 000 occur through masturbation.

** Posted on 11/11/2015*