A lot will happen in the next minute all over the world, more than you probably imagined. The world is one big factory, and it’s an amazing thing to behold when you break it down. We’ll show you just how amazing, in this episode of the Infographics Show, What Happens in The World in 60 seconds?

About 250 people will be born in the next minute.

Another 105 people will die.

6 children will die of malnutrition, direct or indirect.

A person’s heart will beat on average 60 to 100 times.

That’s around 500 billion beats per minute around the world on average.

The world will move for the 83,300 people that will make love.

4 earthquakes of magnitude 2 will happen within the same minute.

116 people will tie the knot.

144 people will move into a new place.

The entire world will consume around 11.5 million pounds (or 5,000 tonnes) of food.

We will create 5.5 million pounds (2.4 million kilos) of garbage.

McDonalds will sell 4,500 burgers.

180,000 animals will be killed in slaughterhouses.

We’ll collectively poop 1.5 million pounds of crap.

People will drink around 1.3 million servings of Coca-Cola.

According to the FBI, at least one person will be assaulted in the USA.

Also in the US, There will be around three burglaries, 10 thefts and someone will steal a car.

25 Americans will get a passport.

58 airplanes will take off somewhere in the world.

2 people will be killed in a road accident.

400 people will sign-up to Facebook.

Around 187 million emails will be sent.

1,389 people will order an Uber.

400 hours of video will be uploaded to YouTube.

2.3 million searches will be entered into Google.

Jeff Bezos will make about $230,000.

The average American will make 44 cents.

The visible universe will have expanded 2,766.4 miles.

A snail in your garden moving non-stop may have covered 1.67 cm (0.66 inches)

And… You have spent a minute watching the Infographics Show.

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