The average person walks the equivalent of three times around the world in a lifetime.
There are more possible iterations of a game of chess than there are atoms in the known universe.
A human will eat on average 70 assorted insects and 10 spiders while sleeping.
A single cloud can weight more than 1 million pounds.
The average person spends 6 months of their lifetime waiting on a red light to turn green.
I was on a ladder cleaning the light bulbs when a gust of wind slowly blew into the room. It knocked over a vase, which set off a mouse trap I had put out to fix my mouse problem. The sound of the mouse trap going off frightened my ginger-brown cat, who flew across the room and knocked over my goldfish bowl, which shattered on the floor and left my poor goldfish flopping around. I picked him up and put him in a bowl of water. Geez! All this just because of a gust of wind!
G.R: Hi mum and dad,
Here is what I know about government. Australia’s system of government is democracy, where everyone gets to vote. England’s Queen also has power over us, so we are a bit of monarchy as well. Decisions are made in Parliament house. There are two sections in parliament house: Senate and representative. Laws and decisions have to go through both houses before they are made. There are three types of government: Federal, state and local.
Here is what I want to know about government: Why are there two houses in parliament? What is the difference between them? Is there only one party that is in the government or more? Is there an election in every state? I don’t really get those last two questions, because there is only one election on TV, but Ant said that there is a party representing every state.
If you could help me with that, that would be great.