Jupiter has a volume of 1.4313×10^15 km3 or equivalent 1321.3 Earths. The combined volume of all the other planets in our solar system, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune is only equivalent of 886.48 Earths. Adding in Pluto, which has only 0.0059 the volume of Earth, doesn’t help much either. Not only that, but the mass of Jupiter is more than twice the combined mass of the rest of the solar system’s planets.
Learn more about Jupiter here.
Iranian criminal law has its basis in 7th-century traditional Islamic law. One of the aspects of this system that has continued into modern times is the principle of qesas. Qesas allows for victims of crimes to seek retribution by having the same crime perpetrated against the accused. This is literally the concept of “an eye for an eye” put into practice.
This practice has put Iran at odds with the international public and human rights organizations. Iran doesn’t consider the death penalty for murderers to count as execution because it falls under the category of qesas. For this reason, they have no problem with with giving the death penalty to children if the children have been accused of murder. Also, in a well-publicized case, a woman who had acid thrown in her face had to make a choice between two unattractive options. Under the law, she had the option to either let her attacker off without punishment or to have him be punished under qesas. In this case, the qesas punishment would have the woman punish her attacker by pouring acid on his face. She didn’t have the option to put her attacker behind bars instead.
Amnesty International has a list of Iran's history of executions of children. You can read more about the unfortunate case of Ameneh Bahrami, the woman who was attacked with acid, here.
There’s actually not much to insect wings. They are really just veins connected to a very thin membrane. Every species of insect (that has wings) is different but they typically have 6-8 main veins called longitudinal veins that each have their own name and function. These veins branch out into smaller veins. The veins support the membrane of the wings to allow for flight, and they are also necessary for the animal’s circulatory and respiratory systems.
Research has shown that babies can hear sounds at 30 weeks. Additionally, more recent research going on concurrently in China and Canada has found that babies can discern between different voices. There’s a marked in the baby’s heart rate between listening to a stranger’s voice and listening to his/her mother’s. Babies in the womb react to hearing their mothers by increasing their heart rate. When listening to a stranger, their heart rate actually decreases. The same research found that before being born, babies are able to discriminate different sounds in any language, an ability they lose as they get older and learn their first language.
Journalist Ian Helperin learned this from a former employee of the Castro regime, when working on a documentary about the famous dictator. Over the course of 4 decades that averages to at least 2 women every day. This would be even higher than the legendary number of women that Wilt Chamberlain claimed to have bedded (20,000).