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During WW2 the lights of Big Ben were dimmed so that German bombers could not use it for reference.

One of the world's most expensive coffee brands is made from the dung of Thai elephants.

JFK's application to Harvard was just 5 sentences long.


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Around 6% of people have narcissistic personality disorder. They have a strong sense of self-importance and lack empathy.

$28 billion dollars were donated by Bill Gates so far.

The average American/Canadian will eat about 11.9 pounds of cereal per year!

The pyramids were built by paid laborers. Not slaves. That's a myth by Herodotus the Greek historian.

Camels chew in a figure 8 pattern.

The slowest fish is the sea horse, which moves along at about 0.01 mph (0.016 km/h).

In the Netherlands there are dozens of public facilities where you can bring recreational drugs including marijuana cocaine and ecstasy to test if they are safe.

A "Panther" isn't a real animal. It's actually a term used to describe black cougars jaguars and leopards.

The first toilet ever seen on television was on “Leave It to Beaver.”

For many centuries Chinese women endured a practice where their feet were systematically broken and shaped in such a way that they resembled hooves.

During the 18th century you could pay your admission ticket to the zoo in London by bringing a cat or a dog to feed the lions.

Margaret Thatcher was reportedly more proud of becoming the first Prime Minister with a science degree than the first female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

The 3 most valuable brand names on earth: Marlboro Coca-Cola and Budweiser in that order.

2 000 pounds of space dust and other space debris fall on the Earth everyday.

"Astronauts" come from America. Space explorers from Russia are called "cosmonauts."

35 million of your cells die every minute.

The Taj Mahal was covered with a scaffold during WWII to make it look like a stockpile of Bamboo and misguide any enemy bombers.

"Ferrari" as a last name is the Italian equivalent of "Smith".

The vehicle with the highest mileage covered a total of 2 850 000 miles (4 586 630 km).

British Pennies are used to adjust the time in London's Big Ben clock tower.

California was the first U.S. state that banned Marijuana a century ago.

New York is the unhappiest city in the U.S. a 2014 research found.


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Did You Know That?

Ninety percent of all species that have become extinct have been birds.

The average ocean depth is 2.5 miles (4 km).

A pound of houseflies contains more protein than a pound of beef

A child that was Bart's age when The Simpson's first premiered would now be the same age as Homer.

Three of Fidel Castro's sons are named after Alexander the Great: Alexis Alejandro and Alexander.

Right-handed people tend to chew food on the right side while left-handed tend to chew on the left side.

Horatio Nelson one of England’s most illustrious admirals was throughout his life never able to find a cure for his sea-sickness.

The "99% effective" label on birth control pills means that 1 out of 100 women who use the pill in a year will get pregnant.

The King of Norway is 73rd in line to the British throne.

The first online transaction ever was Stanford students buying marijuana from MIT students.

The 1556 Shaanxi earthquake in China was the deadliest earthquake on record with 830 000 deaths.

Between 1974 and 1983 up to 30 000 people went "missing" in Argentina. Most were killed by the military junta running the country.

According to NASA it would cost about US$18 000 to send a letter to Mars.

Women's hearts beat faster than men's.

Over 100 000 new dot com domains are registered on the web every day.


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