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How long would your DNA be if you stretch it out?

Each of us has 60 – 90 trillion cells so our DNA is very, very tiny when coiled up. If you could take it out of a cell and stretch it into a line, our DNA would be more than six feet long. That’s almost two meters.

How many miles does someone walk in a day?

The fitness gap detected by the pedometer studies is equal to about 30 to 40 minutes of walking each day. One mile of walking covers about 2,000 steps, researchers say. The health community typically urges people to take at least 10,000 steps a day to maintain good health, which is equal to about five miles of walking.

How much is a Galleon in dollars?

Galleon or Gold-Galleon (ʛ) is the most valued coin of the wizarding currency. One Galleon is equal to 17 Sickles or 493 Knuts. Galleons are made of gold. In the late 20th century, the Galleon was also equivalent to £4.97 GBP, or $10.17 USD.

How old does furniture have to be to be considered antique?

The rule of thumb used by most antique dealers is that anything about 100 years or older is an antique. Items that are old, but not quite that old, are called vintage.

How long would it take you to run around the world?

Hence, Earth circumference is 2*Pi*r is about 40,030 km. Now is up to you to decide the amount of running per day. If you run a marathon 42.2 km per day, you’ll be done in around 2.5 years.

What percent of the jellyfish is water?

The jellyfish is 95% water

How many calories are in a stamp?

Every time you lick a stamp, you’re consuming 1/10 of a calorie.