From time to time, a global viral phenomenon emerges on social networks that give rise to long and thoughtful discussions. One of the most remembered was the famous white and gold (or black and blue) dress of 2015. Well, in recent weeks another has emerged that is sweeping digital debates around the world.
The issue is very simple and is, in fact, a question: in the world, are there more doors or wheels? How many doors are in the world total? This issue has caused people to divide into two groups: those who believe there are more doors and those who believe there are more how many wheels are there in the world?
The debate began when a Twitter user named Ryan Nixon, from New York, revealed that he and his friends had been discussing the matter privately. Ryan created a poll for his followers so he could receive their feedback.
Are there more doors or wheels in the world Total? A viral discussion that sweeps the networks.
The poll went viral and received more than 220,000 responses, with this result: 46.4% of people voted for the doors and 53.6% opted for the wheels. But the debate made the jump to TikTok.
Are There More Wheels Or Doors In The world?
In this social network of short videos, a user made his own calculations to conclude that there are 144.8 billion doors in the world for only 67.6 billion wheels.
The supporters of the gates are clear: “Doors. Virtually everything that has wheels has doors, except bicycles. Anyone who has something on wheels will live in a building whose doors outnumber its wheels. For example, I have 10 wheels (2 cars, 1 bike) but 28 doors.”
Instead, wheel supporters also have their theories: “There are wheels in everything. I have wheels on my coat rack, on the makeup storage stand, and in the garbage can. There are definitely more wheels.” The debate is served.
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After the end of the poll, the results showed that the wheels received 53.6 percent of the vote. With more than a billion cars on the streets, plus wheel-powered machinery, many believed there must be more of them than doors in the world.
“Who’s voting for the gates,'” one person replied. “There are wheels in everything. I have wheels on my coat rack, in my makeup box, and in my trash can. There are definitely more wheels.”
Another said: “Wheels, definitely. All cars have four wheels but two to four doors. An average house may have 6 to 10 doors but also has 3 suitcases with 6 to 12 wheels. A collection of toy cars can have 400 wheels.”
- Very solidly wheels. All cars have 4 wheels but 2-4 doors. An average home might have 6-10 doors but it also has 3 suitcases with 6-12 wheels. A collection of toy cars might have 400 wheels.
- One user even created a formula stating that there are 40 billion doors in the world. “Using the ideology that wheels are only for cars and doors only count if they can be traversed,” he explained, “I think it’s pretty clear that doors win. Let me know if I’ve missed something important or if I need to explain something.”
The plot gets complicated when people begin to wonder what exactly constitutes a wheel or a door, and whether concessions would be made for similar objects: “What counts as a wheel? Do the axes count? Gears? Individual balls inside a bearing?” one netizen wondered.
But without a doubt, the networks have been divided into two camps, and the door team has made it clear: “Doors.” Practically everything that has wheels has doors, except bicycles. Anyone who has something on wheels will live in a building whose doors outnumber its wheels. For example, I have 10 wheels (2 cars and 1 bike) but 28 doors. “On the other hand, we see the team rolling with all kinds of theories: “There are wheels in everything. I have wheels on my coat rack, on the makeup storage stand, and on the garbage can. There are definitely more wheels. ” The debate is over.
Paul is an content marketing strategist and serial entrepreneur.