Despite what cartoons have taught us, the coyote can run up to 43 miles per hour while the roadrunner can only run up to 20 miles per hour.
Dextrose is another name for glucose, so if you see it listed prominently on the ingredients list of a particular food, then you’ll know where the sugary sweet taste is coming from.
We think of espresso as having more caffeine than drip coffee, but we don’t drink espresso in drip-coffee quantities. A single 1 oz shot of espresso only has approximately 40 mg of caffeine whereas a 12 oz cup of coffee has approximately 120 mg (or more) of caffeine. Ounce for ounce, the espresso is stronger, but we don’t drink a giant mug of it at a time.
A “moment” used to be an actual measure of time and corresponded to roughly 90 seconds. It was used during the Medieval era and was derived from the solar hour (the hour on the sundial’s face was divided into 40 “moments”).