Monday, July 8, 2013


675,000 gallons of water falls per second at Niagara Fall.

1 comment:

  1. Okay, so I found 50 gallons listed as the average amount of water consumed in an average shower, with a length of ten minutes. In that same 10 minute period, 405,000,000 gallons go over the falls. This means 8,100,000 people could shower at a time, The current world's population sits approximately at 7,000,000,000. This means about 87 shifts to get everyone through. Allowing ten minutes between shifts, and going 24/7 this means we could shower every person on the planet in 29 hours. Since lots of folks don't want to skip days, we could drop the between time to 6.5 minutes,we could do it in one day. And just bathtub ring! :)