The smallest living dog in terms of length is a chihuahua who measured 15.2 cm (6 in).
John F Kennedy had such concerns about the space program's high cost that he proposed partnering with the Soviet Union on a joint expedition to the moon.
Sweden banned spanking and other corporal punishments of children in 1979.
Dysania is the state of finding it hard to get out of bed in the morning.
China uses 45 billion chopsticks per year.
A manned rocket reaches the moon in less time than it took a stagecoach to travel the length of England.
Holocaust denial is either implicitly or explicitly a crime in 17 countries including Germany and Austria.
Gandhi never won the Nobel Peace Prize despite being nominated five times.
75% of Australia's living species are unknown to man.
The Romans used to make toothpaste from urine.
In 1960 two of The Beatles got deported from Germany for lighting a condom on fire.
Charlie Chaplin made his movie mocking Hitler with his own money because Hollywood was afraid of losing money if they took a stand.
Steve Jobs never wrote a single line of programming code.
Every 2 weeks on average someone jumps off the Golden Gate Bridge.
A woman's risk of breast cancer approximately doubles if she has a first-degree relative (mother sister daughter) who has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
An enneahedron is solid with nine faces.
When Ashton Kutcher was 13 years old he contemplated committing suicide in order to give his heart to his dying brother.
North Korea uses a fax machine to send threats to South Korea.
Lake Karachay in Russia is the most radioactive and polluted lake in the world.
Iran sentences its citizens to the death penalty if they decide to change their religion from Islam.
The people of the U.S. are collectively overweight by a total of about 4 billion pounds.
The Afghan War is the longest war in U.S. history.
Grey whales always mate in a threesome: two males to one female.
There are no polar bears in Antarctica only in the Arctic.
The WW1 ended at 11 o'clock in the morning of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918.
Facebook, Skype and Twitter are all banned in China.
Scars continue to look the same year after year because while skin cells are replaced periodically the underlying collagen is not.
The first cloned dogs six Canadian Labradors started to work for South Korea's customs service as sniffers in 2009.
The “dot” over the letter “i” is called a tittle.
10% of Britons think Australia is further away than the Moon a survey found in 2013.
Underweight models are banned in Israel to fight against anorexia.
There's a bookstore in Australia where books are wrapped in paper with short descriptions so no one can "judge a book by its cover."
The name Jeep came from the abbreviation used in the army. G.P. for ‘General Purpose’ vehicle.
When Neil Armstrong first walked on the moon he carried with him a piece of the Wright brothers' first airplane.
In Britain a woman was given 20 months in jail for creating fake Facebook profiles to send abusive messages to herself.
China has mobile "execution vans" to enforce the death penalty without moving to a proper execution ground.
In 2009 snipers were deployed in Australia to protect a colony of little penguins from predators.
Smoking makes your hair turn gray faster a study found.
In the last 3 500 years there have been approximately 230 years of peace throughout the civilized world.
Fat Man was the codename for the atomic bomb that was detonated over Nagasaki.
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