OMG! These 10 Connected Historical Facts That Will Totally Mess With Your Head

All the events that take place are somehow connected to one another, regardless if they’re relevant or not. So for example if you share a birthday with Donald Trump – that’s … something great, I guess? Numerology, horoscopes and all that BS – it’s all connected! Let’s explore these 10 connected historical events that will surely mess with your head.

In The TimesMammoth

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The current oldest tree on Earth was already a thousand-year-old timber when the last mammoth roamed the planet. Bristlecone pines grow in the white mountains of California and are said to be over 5000 years old.

Ironic!

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When Jack the Ripper murders occurred in the East End of London, Nintendo was established, and the Eiffel Tower in Paris was still under construction.

Shocking Though!

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The first steam train was invented in 1797, but the bicycle was patented only 21 years later in 1818.

Old Is Gold.

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Get this: the Kingdom of Italy was established in 1861 and 31 years later, in 1892, the first Coca-Cola drink was produced.

Legendary Coincidence.

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If you lived in Vienna in 1913, and decided to go out for a walk, you could stumble upon all these historical figures, since they lived in the same city that year.

Ohhh!

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Time-wise Cleopatra lived closer to the first moon flight than to the development of the largest Ancient Egypt pyramids.

Both were Valuable!

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In 1977 the Earth lost Charlie Chaplin, but gained the Apple company.

You are not going believe this!

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Harvard University was established before Isaac Newton even published the laws of motion and gravity.

Within the 66 years?

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The Wright brothers invented the first piloted plane in 1903. Just 66 years after that the first man stepped on the Moon. Mind=BLOWN!

Oxford University is older than the Aztec civilization.

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Oxford began teaching in some form all the way back in the year 1096. By most accounts, the Aztecs didn’t begin their civilization until the beginning of the 13th century.