Which is the hardest bone in the human body?

Which is the hardest bone in the human body?

The head of the femur articulates with the acetabulum in the pelvic bone forming the hip joint, while the distal part of the femur articulates with the tibia and patella forming the knee joint. By most measures the femur is the strongest bone in the body. The femur is also the longest bone in the body.

How much is in a fifth of alcohol?

A fifth is a unit of volume formerly used for distilled beverages in the United States, and is equal to one fifth of a gallon, 4⁄5 quart, or 253⁄5 fluid ounces; it has been superseded by the metric system, 750 mL.

Is an orange a berry?

As the interfertility of oranges and other citrus has produced numerous hybrids, bud unions, and cultivars, their taxonomy is fairly controversial, confusing or inconsistent. The fruit of any citrus tree is considered a hesperidium (a kind of modified berry) because it has numerous seeds, is fleshy and soft, derives

What are the 4 ‘Great Lakes’ in the US?

As the surfaces of Lakes Superior, Huron, Michigan, and Erie are all approximately the same elevation above sea level, while Lake Ontario is significantly lower, and because the Niagara Escarpment precludes all natural navigation, the four upper lakes are commonly called the “upper great lakes”.

What is the fastest recorded 0-60mph time?

In 2014 the Porsche 918 clocked a 2.2 second 0-60. Two years later the Tesla Model S came in a close second with a 2.28 0-60 time.

Who invented the first pay phone?

The first pay phone was invented in 1889 and by 1902, there were over 81,000 pay telephones in the United States. In 1889, the first public coin telephone was installed by inventor William Gray at a bank in Hartford, Conn.

What percentage of the world population lives north of the equator?

Bloomberg Radio host Tom Keene just tweeted a fascinating fact: 90 percent of the world’s people live in the Northern Hemisphere. This map posted by Frank Jacobs at bigthink.com shows population distribution by latitude and that most people live north of the equator.

Where is bourbon made?

Whiskey may be made everywhere from Brooklyn to Scotland but in 1964, Congress declared bourbon “America’s Native Spirit.” That means to be called bourbon, it must be made in the U.S. But really, everyone knows that means Kentucky—95 percent of the world’s bourbon is made in Kentucky.