83,000 people having sex, 2.4 million Google searches and 28 babies born: Fascinating video reveals what happens in an average minute

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It may be just a brief moment in time, but a lot can happen in a single minute.

From births and deaths, to thousands of hours of Netflix watched, a new video from ASAP Science reveals just how much takes place in a span of sixty seconds.

And, in some cases, the numbers are staggering – in just a minute, the average adult man will lose about 96 million cells from his body, and Earth will complete 1800 kilometers (1118 miles) of its journey around the sun.

In a single minute, people around the world watch 64,444 hours of Netflix, the video says – and over 83,000 people will have sex.

On top of this, about 300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube.

And, in that same amount of time, people ask roughly 2.4 million questions on Google.

Around the world, people consume a total of 25 million Coca Cola products in the span of a minute.

Just 258 babies will be born in any given minute, while 83,300 people are having sex. And, fetuses develop neurons at a rate of 250,000 per minute, the video reveals

On a more personal level, the video also points to the many processes that happen in the human body.

According to the video, the body produces about 120-180 million red blood cells in a minute.

While a person may lose 96 million cells in a minute, 96 million cells also divide during this time, replacing the ones that were lost.

And, fetuses develop neurons at a rate of 250,000 per minute, the video reveals.

In the US, 1.5 people will get divorced in that short time, while 116 will get married around the world.

Another 108 people will die during this time.

Just 258 babies will be born in any given minute, while 83,300 people are having sex.

The Earth itself sees a fair share of activity in a single minute.

Enough rainfall to fill 4.7 billion bathtubs falls every minute worldwide, and about 6,000 lightning bolts hit the surface.

At the same time, the sun beams down 83.33 terrawatts of energy, and the Earth travels 1800 kilometers of its 940,000,000 around the sun.

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