London – Think if world population gathers in U.S. most famous spot Grand Canyon, what scene come to seen?
This interesting thought came in an amazing graphic, which was created by YouTube presenter Michael Stevens on his Vsauce channel.
In fact the 7.2 billion people would only form a comparatively tiny pile – as shown in this fascinating mock-up image.
Apparently, even all of humanity throughout history, across all the ages – estimated to be 106 billion – would only be enough to make 15 piles across the Grand Canyon and not sufficient to cover its entirety.
The graphic is based upon the work of data visualisation blogger Eesmyal Santos-Brault who said that as the average weight of a human is 154lbs (70kg), seven billion people would weigh around 490million tonnes.