Friends That Uncover an Old Abandoned Military Silo Soon Stumble upon a Truly Chilling Sight

75% of Australia's living species are unknown to man.

In 2015 the 4th most powerful supercomputer in the world took 40 minutes to simulate just one second of human brain activity.

A Bonsai Tree planted in 1626 survived the atomic bomb at Hiroshima and now resides in a U.S. Museum.

Friends That Uncover an Old Abandoned Military Silo Soon Stumble upon a Truly Chilling Sight

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A woman from Michigan gave birth to her babies on 8/8/8 9/9/9 and 10/10/10

Nike's slogan "Just do it" was inspired by the last words of a man about to be executed.

Coca Cola was originally green.

In 2013 an Italian man under house arrest asked to go to prison to escape his wife.

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.

The most goals scored in a World Cup's match was 10 by Hungary against El Salvador in 1982.

Spiders don't have penises. They mate with the appendages on their face.

The coldest place on Earth is a high ridge in Antarctica where temperatures can dip below -133°F (-93.2°C).

It was once against the law to have a pet dog in a city in Iceland.

Rugby North Dakota is the geographical center of North America.

Whales can suffer from sunburns.

Goethe couldn’t stand the sound of barking dogs and could only write if he had an apple rotting in the drawer of his desk.

The average American butt is 14.9 inches long.

"Stayin' Alive" has the optimum tempo for performing CPR on someone who has just suffered a heart attack.

The Bible was Isaac Newton's greatest passion writing more about religion than science and mathematics.

The U.S. government's "official expert" on Marijuana from 1938 to 1962 once testified in court under oath that he had smoked marijuana and it turned him into a bat.

Abraham Lincoln wore size 14 shoes the biggest in U.S. president history.

Police Departments in Canada give out "positive tickets" when they see people doing something positive.

On Mars sunsets are blue.

Leo Da Vinci's studies of river erosion convinced him that Earth is much older than the Bible implies.

8 billion chickens are consumed in the U.S. each year.

24k Gold melts at 1063°C or 1945°F.

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Before the eraser bread was used to remove pencil marks.

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A literal translation of a standard traffic sign in China: “Give large space to the festive dog that makes sport in the roadway.”

In Peru there's a billboard that creates drinkable water out of thin air.

In Manhattan the apartment that's the furthest away from a subway station is just 0.8 miles (1.2 km) away.

Pope Pius II wrote a popular erotic book called "The Tale Of Two Lovers" before assuming office.

Cheese is the most stolen food in the world.

Qatar's 2022 World Cup will take more lives than 9/11 due to horrible working conditions for migrant workers building stadiums and infrastructure.

Over 30% of cancer could be prevented by avoiding tobacco and alcohol having a healthy diet and physical activity.

The plastic things on the end of shoelaces are called aglets.

Newborn dogs are born blind and deaf. Most puppies open their eyes and respond to noises after about two weeks.

Harry Potter's author J.K. Rowling lost her billionaire status because she donated so much of her money to charity.

About two-thirds of shark attacks on humans have taken place in water less than six feet deep.

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