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From births and deaths, to thousands of hours of Netflix watched, a new video from ASAP Science reveals just how much takes place in a span of sixty seconds.
And, in some cases, the numbers are staggering – in just a minute, the average adult man will lose about 96 million cells from his body, and Earth will complete 1800 kilometers (1118 miles) of its journey around the sun.
On a more personal level, the video also points to the many processes that happen in the human body.
According to the video, the body produces about 120-180 million red blood cells in a minute.