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Interesting Facts

It's impossible to sneeze
with your eyes open.

The flea can jump 350 times
its body length. It's like a
human jumping the length of a
football field.

Canada lays claim to more
water than any other nation.

Almost the entire Cook Islands
are covered by forest.

Contrary to the popular rhyme,
the rain falls mainly on Guinea.

The average criminal sentence
length is 137 years in Colombia.

Around 1 in 3 persons in Australia
is a victim of crime.

Saudi diplomats have 367 outstanding
parking fines in Britain.

Americans top the world in the category
of crimes. They also have the greatest
number of burglaries, car thefts, rapes
and assaults.

0.7% of Americans are
currently in prison.

India’s criminal courts acquitted over
a million defendants in 1999, more than
the next 48 surveyed countries combined.

715 of every 100,000 people in America
are imprisoned, probably because 7 times
more people are prosecuted there than in
second-place Turkey.

Ancient Egyptians shaved off their
eyebrows to mourn the deaths of
their cats.

A bowling pin need only tilt 7.5
degrees in order to fall down.

The Japanese word "Arigato" meaning
thank you is derived from the Portugese
word "Obrigado". Portugal once had a
thriving trade with Japan.

The bubbles in Guinness Beer sink
to the bottom rather than float to
the top like all other beers. No
one knows why.

Jupiter's core is in fact made of a
non-metal, but due to the immense
pressure inside Jupiter the core
has become a metal. This metal is

The Main Library at Indiana University
sinks over an inch every year because
when it was built, engineers failed to
take into account the weight of all the
books that would occupy the building.

A fullgrown bear can run
as fast as a horse.

A beard grows an average
of 140 mm a year.

A hair is 70% easier to cut
when soaked in warm water
for two minutes.

Women's hair is about half
the diameter of men's hair.

During an average lifetime, a man
will spend 3,350 hours removing 8.4
meters of stubble.

4.5 million people have their health
"adversely affected" by air pollutants
each year.

Every male over the 18 is considered
part of the Arizona Militia according
to state constitution.

The word "karate" means "empty hand."

A hamlet is a village without a
church and a town is not a city
until it has a cathedral.

49.6% of US residents live in Eastern time zone,
29.3% live in the Central time zone,
5.3% live in the Mountain time zone,
15.0% live in the Pacific time zone and
0.8% live in any other time zone.

Texas is also the only state that is
allowed to fly its state flag at the
same height as the U.S. flag.

Tommy Lee Jones and Al Gore were
freshman roommates at Harvard.

A lion's roar can be heard
from five miles away.

The reason firehouses have circular
stairways is from the days of yore
when the engines were pulled by horses.
The horses were stabled on the ground
floor and figured out how to walk up
straight staircases.

The launching mechanism of a carrier
ship that helps planes to take off,
could throw a pickup truck over a mile.

If you told someone that they were one
in a million, you'd be saying there
were about 1,800 of them in China.

A duck's quack doesn't echo,
and no one knows why.

The average sixty minute audio
cassette tape has 562.5 feet of
tape in it, nearly two football
fields long.

The ashes of the average cremated
person weigh nine pounds.

The "save" icon on Microsoft Word
shows a floppy disk, with the shutter
on backwards.

Assuming Rudolph was in front,
there are 40,320 ways to arrange
the other eight reindeer.

The fingerprints of koala bears are
virtually indistinguishable from those
of humans, so much so that they could
be confused at a crime scene.

Robert E. Lee, of the Confederate Army,
remains the only person, to date, to have
graduated from the West Point military
academy without a single demerit.

Croatia was the first country to
recognize the United States in 1776.

There are only 14 blimps in the world,
and 10 of them are in the U.S.

Pinocchio is Italian for "pine eyes."

If you stretch a standard Slinky
out flat it measures 87 feet long.

Most Americans' car horns beep in
the key of F. The telephone dial
tone is also in the key of F.

Barbie's measurements if she
were life size: 39-23-33.

The Chinese ideogram for "trouble"
depicts two women living under one
roof. And the Chinese words for
crisis and opportunity are the same.

Ralph Lauren's original name
was Ralph Lifshitz.

Lizzie Borden was acquitted.

Isaac Asimov is the only author to
have a book in every Dewey-decimal

Approximately sixty circus performers
have been shot from cannons. At last
report, thirty-one of these have been

The Boeing 767 aircraft is a collection
of 3.1 million parts from 800 different
suppliers around the world: fuselage
parts from Japan, center wing section
from Southern California, flaps from Italy.

On the new hundred dollar bill
the time on the clock tower of
Independence Hall is 4:10.

Parker Brothers prints about 50
billion dollars worth of Monopoly
money in one year.

Calvin and Hobbes: Hobbes originally
had pads on his hands and feet but
Bill Waterson (the creator) found them
too distracting and removed them.

It took Leo Tolstoy six years
to write "War & Peace".

Charlie Brown's father was a barber.

In the name of art, Chris Burden arranged
to be shot by a friend while another person
photographed the event. He sold the series
of pictures to an art dealer. He made $1750
on the deal, but his hospital bill was $84,000.

In Britain’s House of Commons, the government
and opposition sides of the House are separated
by two red lines. The distance between the lines
is two swords’ lengths, a reminder of just how
seriously the Brits used to take their politics.

The surface area of an average-sized
brick is 79 cm squared.

In the kingdom of Bhutan, all citizens
officially become a year older on New
Year's Day.

The diameter of the wire in a standard
paper clip is 1 millimeter - or about
0.04 inch.

Public typists work at typewriters
charging about 14 cents per page.
On a good day, a public typist earns
about $3.50.

On average, there are 333 squares
of toilet paper on a roll.

The numbers on opposite sides
of a die always add up to 7.

If you were born in Los Alamos,
New Mexico during the Manhattan
project (where they made the atomic
bomb), your birth place is listed as
a post office box in Albuquerque.

The St. Louis Gateway Arch had a
projected death toll while it was
being built. No one died.

The Hoover Dam was built to last
2,000 years. The concrete in it
will not even be fully cured for
another 500 years.

The Chinese national anthem is
called "the march of volunteers."

"The Tale of Genji", a Japanese
work from the early eleventh century,
is considered by many scholars to be
the world's first full novel. The
novel was written by a woman: Murasaki
Shikibu, or Lady Murasaki.

The glue on Israeli postage
stamps is certified kosher.

In the movie "Toy Story", the carpet
designs in Sid's hallway is the same
as the carpet designs in "The Shining."

In 1970, "MCI" stood for "Microwave
Communications, Inc." No longer used
as an acronym, it now stands alone.

The short-term memory capacity for most
people is between five and nine items or
digits. This is one reason that phone
numbers were kept to seven digits for
so long.

Dennis the Menace's favorite
drink is Root beer.

The hundred billionth crayon
made by Crayola was Periwinkle Blue.

Despite the fact that 77 percent of
Americans go to the grocery store with
a list, it's estimated that half of
everything bought there is bought on
impulse. Supermarkets report very strong
sales of almost anything they stock at
the check-out line.

Golf was banned in England in 1457 because
it was considered a distraction from the
serious pursuit of archery.

When the Hoovers did not want to be
overheard by White House guests, they
spoke to each other in Chinese.

At Disneyland they have hundreds of wild
domesticated cats running around the park.
They never come out during the day because
there's too many people, but the reason
they're there is to catch the mice.

Theaters in Glendale, California can
show horror films only on Monday,
Tuesday, or Wednesday.

You can't plow a cotton field
with an elephant in North Carolina.

In Lehigh, Nebraska it's against
the law to sell donut holes.

Under the law of Mississippi, there’s
no such thing as a female Peeping Tom.

Anti-modem laws restrict Internet
access in the country of Burma.
Illegal possession of a modem can
lead to a prison term.

Lawn darts are illegal in Canada.

In Idaho a citizen is forbidden by
law to give another citizen a box
of candy that weighs more than 50

Every citizen of Kentucky is
required by law to take a bath
at least once a year.

A Venetian law decrees that all
gondolas must be painted black.
The only exceptions are gondolas
belonging to high public officials.

In the state of Queensland, Australia,
it is still constitutional law that all
pubs (hotel/bar) must have a railing
outside for patrons to tie up their horse.

According to law, no store is allowed
to sell a toothbrush on the Sabbath in
Providence, Rhode Island. Yet these same
stores are allowed to sell toothpaste
and mouthwash on Sundays.

Before the enactment of the 1978 law
that made it mandatory for dog owners
in New York City to clean up after their
pets, approximately 40 million pounds of
dog excrement were deposited on the
streets every year.

Chewing gum is outlawed in Singapore
because it is a means of "tainting an
environment free of dirt."

For hundreds of years, the Chinese
zealously guarded the secret of
sericulture; imperial law decreed
death by torture to those who
disclosed how to make silk.

An old law in Bellingham, Washington,
made it illegal for a woman to take
more than 3 steps backwards while

By law, information collected in a
U.S. census must remain confidential
for 72 years.

Want your kids to stay in
school? Send them to Norway.

English speaking kids are the biggest
novel readers but are the least
enthusiastic comics readers.

Japanese and South Korean kids
are the best at science and maths.

The top 10 countries for electricity
generation using a nuclear energy
source are all in Europe.

Three quarters of Japanese
kids read comics.

American adults have been
educated for the longest time.

There are 22 countries where
more than half the population
is illiterate. Fifteen of them
are in Africa.

The women of Iceland earn two-thirds
of their nation's university degrees.

Candy made from pieces of barrel
cactus was outlawed in the U.S.
in 1952 to protect the species.

In Breton, Alabama, there is a law
on the town's books against riding
down the street in a motorboat.

Connecticut and Rhode Island never
ratified the 18th Amendment: Prohibition.

In most American states, a wedding ring
is exempt by law from inclusion among the
assets in a bankruptcy estate. This means
that a wedding ring cannot be seized by
creditors, no matter how much the bankrupt
person owes.

In New York State, it is still
illegal to shoot a rabbit from
a moving trolley car.

Vermont, Alaska, Hawaii, and Maine
are the four states in the U.S. that
do not allow billboards.

Wetaskiwin, Alberta from 1917: "It's
against the law to tie a male horse
next to a female horse on Main Street."

Women were banned by royal decree
from using hotel swimming pools in
Jidda, Saudi Arabia, in 1979.

In Riverside, California, there is
an old law on the city's books which
makes it illegal to kiss unless both
people wipe their lips with rose water.

In Saudi Arabia, a woman reportedly may
divorce her husband if he does not keep
her supplied with coffee.

Muppets creator Jim Henson first created
Kermit in 1955 - as a lizard. He was made
from Henson's mother's coat and two halves
of a Ping-Pong ball (no flipper feet or
eleven-point collar)

The person who performs the Muppets - Miss
Piggy, Fozzie, Animal, and Grover is Frank
Oz. Oz is also the voice of Star Wars Yoda.
By the way, his real name is Frank Oznowicz.

The 1997 Jack Nicholson film -
"As Good As It Gets", is known
in China as "Mr. Cat Poop".

Of the six men who made up the
Three Stooges, three of them were
real brothers (Moe, Curly and Shemp.)

The writers of The Simpsons
have never revealed what state
Springfield is in.

A theater manager in Seoul, Korea
felt that The Sound of Music was
too long, so he shortened it by
cutting out all the songs.

Bruce was the nickname of the
mechanical shark used in the
"Jaws" movies.

Donald Duck comics were banned
from Finland because he doesn't
wear pants.

A two hour motion picture uses
10,800 feet of film. Not including
the previews and commercials.

For many years, the globe on the
NBC Nightly News spun in the wrong
direction. On January 2, 1984, NBC
finally set the world spinning back
in the proper direction.

In the Mario Brothers movie, the
Princess' first name is Daisy, but
in Mario 64, the game, her first
name is Peach. Before that, it's
Princess Toadstool.

"60 Minutes" is the only show on
CBS that doesn’t have a theme song.

You can be imprisoned for not
voting in Fiji, Chile and Egypt -
at least in theory.

Costa Rica leads in per capita
exports of bananas, cassava, melons,
and pineapples, to the United States.
They’re also first in pesticide use.

You're 66 times more likely to be
prosecuted in the USA as in France

Nearly 1% of Montserrations are police.

Former enemies, the Americans and
Russians now have a great deal in
common - they both lead the world
in locking people up.

Per capita, South Africa has the
most assaults, rapes, and murders
with firearms.

Two-thirds of the world's
executions occur in China.

America puts many more of its
citizens in prison than any
other nation.

Two-thirds of the world's
kidnappings occur in Colombia.

Venezuela is one of the happiest
and most murderous places in the

Russia has almost twice the number
of judges and magistrates as compared
to US, but US has 8 times more crimes
committed than Russia.

There are more than 2 jails for
every 1000 men in Maldives.

More than 20% of the votes in the
last elections in Argentina were invalid.

Women in Belgium, where the country’s
first female parliamentarian was appointed
in 1921, held 55 percent of ministerial
level positions in 2000.

Most people live in poverty
in most African countries.

Top per capita importing and
exporting nations tend to be
a little small.

The top 8 most developed countries
all speak Germanic languages. Every
such country is in the top 20.

72% of people in Mali
earn less than $1 per day.

41% world's poor people
live in India.

The ten most generous countries
are all in Europe.

Americans are 15% more innovative
than the Japanese. But the Japanese
have 3.5 times more patents.

United we stand? The United Kingdom
and United States are both in the top
ten for GDP and child poverty.

Half of Indonesia's primary school
teachers are under 30 years of age.

Are you a teacher? Head to Switzerland.
Salaries there start at $33,000 US.

Teachers make up 7.8 percent of Iceland’s
labor force and they only have to teach 38
weeks per year.

Central European men don’t teach. In
Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia,
over 75 percent of lower secondary teachers
are female.

Japan has 53 working nuclear reactors
and is planning to build another 12.

The total area of Australia’s coral
reefs is greater than the total area
of 130 countries, including Slovakia,
the Dominican Republic, Kuwait,
Singapore, and Rwanda.

America is first in McDonald’s restaurants
per million people and mortality due to
obesity, with more deaths than Mexico,
Germany, Spain, Austria and Canada combined.

Belgium is the only country in the
world where women dominate the ministry.

Got a parking ticket in Finland?
Better just pay up - it is the least
corrupt nation in the world.

Members of the armed forces and
the police cannot vote in the
Dominican Republic.

Nauru, Tokelau and Western Sahara
are the only three countries without
official capital cities.

Most Zambians don't live to
see their 40th birthday.

On the probability of not reaching
40 graph, the top 34 countries are
all African.

Guinea has the wettest capital on
Earth with 3.7 metres of rain a year.

Clipperton Island wins our prize
for the most unusual looking country.

Only two countries in the world are
doubly landlocked: Liechtenstein and

Sick of crowds? Try Greenland where
there's 38 sq km per person.

If you thought Antarctica was inhospitable,
think again - its land area is only 98% ice.
Reassuringly, the other 2% is categorised
as "barren rock".

The Mall in Washington, D.C. is
1.4 times larger than Vatican City.

The four largest nations are
Russia, China, USA, and Canada.

Brazil takes up 47.8%
of South America.

Hungarians die of cancer much,
much more often than Finns.

One in three adults aged 15-49
are infected with HIV/AIDS in
Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Swaziland.

On average, women in New Zealand
do not give birth until they are
30 years old.

Mexican women spend 15.3% of
their life in ill health.

22% of American women aged 20
gave birth while in their teens.
In Switzerland and Japan, only
2% did so.

Nine out of ten women in
Ethiopia give birth at home.

US tops the world in plastic
surgery procedures. Next comes

Patients stay in hospital for
an average of almost 10 days in
Switzerland, which has the most
hospital beds per 1000 people.

Libya is the only country
with a single-coloured flag.

Nepal’s flag isn’t square or
rectangular. It’s a double triangle.

Libya’s full name is the Great
Socialist People’s Libyan Arab

In 2002, every 1000
Swedes made a bus.

Japan leads the world in car
production, almost 50% more
than Germany and the USA.

The top six countries for percentage
of houses with five rooms or more are
all English-speaking.

Norwegians drink 10.7 kilograms of
coffee per person annually. They also
lead the globe in anxiety disorders.

62% of Bulgarians describe themselves
as either "not very" or "not at all"

More than a third of the time,
Icelanders don't show up for work.
Perhaps that's why they're the
world's happiest nation.

The fourteen unhappiest countries
are all in Eastern Europe.

22% of New Zealanders
have used cannabis.

Australians are the most likely
to join charities, educational
organizations, environmental groups,
professional organizations, sports
groups and unions. But only three
percent join political parties.

Americans consume the sixth-most spirits,
the eighth-most beer and the 18th-most
wine. They’re also likely to view heavy
drinkers as undesirable neighbors!

Australians lead the world in hours
worked and membership in many voluntary
organizations. How do they find the

The five countries with the highest
coffee consumption are also the five
countries which trust people the most
and they are all in Europe.

The average person in the United
Kingdom drinks as much tea as 23

Andorra has no unemployment, which
is just as well because they have
no broadcast TV channels either.

China has the most workers, so
it's a good thing they've also
got the most TV's.

Indians go out to the movies 3
billion times a year.

The USA has more personal computers
than the next 7 countries combined.

Americans and Icelanders go to the
pictures on average 5 times a year,
while Japanese go only once.

The United States has the most
money, power, airports, cell
phones, radios and ISP's.

Malaysia has the lowest rate
of cinema attendance in the

A three-minute local phone call
in Ecuador costs 60 U.S. cents,
60 times as much as in Ukraine,
Macedonia, Saudi Arabia, Nepal,
or Uzbekistan.

The United States spends more
money on its military than the
next 12 nations combined.

Swedes and Norweigians rank top
5 for both providing aid and
exporting weapons.

If someone you know died from
falling out of a tree, you’re
probably Brazilian.

Mental and behavioural disorders
due tocannabinoids, cocaine,
hallucinogens, opiods, sedatives
and hypnotics, and volatile solvents
killed 1,789 people. Those due to
alcohol killed 32,622.

Andorrans live the longest, four years
longer than in neighbouring France and

China's labor force stands at 706
million people, almost three times
that of Europe and twice that of
North and South America combined.

Luxembourgers are the world's
richest people - and also the
most generous.

If you like kids, then Uganda might
be the place for you. Half the
population is under 15!

Senior gentlemen might consider a
trip to Russia, where there's two
over 65 women for every man.

Single guys should check out The
Virgin Islands. Apart from sounding
good, it has five women to every
four men!

The United States consumes more energy
than India, the Middle East, South
America, Africa, South East Asia and
Oceania combined - which means more
than 3.1 billion people.

South America is unusual in that it
is both urbanized and poor.

Many Americans live alone - America
leads the world in one person

Kazakhstan is the world's largest
landlocked country.

Looking for geniuses? Head
straight to Iceland. There
are more than 3.5 Nobel Prize
Winners for every million

Sri Lanka has lowest divorce
rate in the world - and the
highest rate of female suicide.

Australians have a huge 380,000
sq m of land per person - and
yet 91% live in urban areas.

Nearly a quarter of people
in Monaco are over 65.

Americans have the world's
highest marriage rates, divorce
rates, teenage pregnancies and
one person households.
Go figure.

There are three persons living
per room in Pakistan. Married
life must be complicated!

Elderly Dutch and Swedish are
the most likely to live in
old-age homes. Elderly Japanese
are the most likely to live
with their children.

At least 9 out 10 Nigerians
attend church regularly. Only
4 out of 10 Americans claim
to do so.

Around the world, on average,
the rich 30% of the people
contribute more than 60% of
all tax collected.

More than 50% of the tax collected
is personal income tax in Denmark,
whereas it is less than 15% in

Employees contribute less than 4%
of social security in Denmark. It
is around 10% in the USA and a
whopping 20% in Netherlands.

It is better to employ someone in
Denmark - you contribute less than
1% of his social security. You might
have to pay upto 25% in France.

Living in developed countries has
its drawbacks. People in Germany,
Belgium, Hungary and Sweden have
to pay up almost half their salaries
to taxes.

South Korea is the heliport
capital of the world.

In Australia, there's plenty
of open road. Which is just as
well, because you wouldn't want
to park your car.

More than 8.5 million planes take
off from airports in the USA every
year. That is almost half the number

More than a third of all the
airports in the world are in
the USA.

One out of every two persons
in Germany and Italy owns a car.

The Pitcairn Islands have the
world’s shortest highway system,
with only 6.4 kilometers of roads.
They also have the fourth-fewest
main phone lines.

If you yelled for 8 years, 7 months
and 6 days, you would have produced
enough sound energy to heat one cup
of coffee.

Banging your head against a
wall uses 150 calories an hour.

The strongest muscle in
the body is the tongue.

Right-handed people live,
on average, nine years longer
than left-handed people do.

The ant can lift 50 times
its own weight, can pull 30
times itsown weight and always
falls over on its right side
when intoxicated.

Polar bears are left handed.

The flea can jump 350 times
its body length. It's like a
human jumping the length of a
football field.

A cockroach will live nine
days without it's head, before
it starves to death.

Butterflies taste
with their feet.

An ostrich's eye is
bigger than it's brain.

Starfish don't have

The longest one-syllable
word in the English language
is "screeched."

"Dreamt" is the only English
word that ends in the letters

Almonds are members of
the peach family.

The symbol on the "pound"
key (#) is called an octothorpe.

The dot over the letter "i"
is called a tittle.

Ingrown toenails are hereditary.

The word "set" has more definitions
than any other word in the English

"Underground" is the only word in
the English language that begins
and ends with the letters "und."

The longest word in the English
language, according to the Oxford
English Dictionary, is

The only other word with the same
amount of letters is its plural:

The longest place-name still in use is
natahu, a New Zealand hill.

Los Angeles's full name is "El Pueblo
de Nuestra Senora la Reinade los Angeles
de Porciuncula" and can be abbreviated
to 3.63% of its size, L.A.

An ostrich's eye is
bigger than its brain.

Tigers have striped skin,
not just striped fur.

Donald Duck's middle
name is Fauntleroy.

The muzzle of a lion is like
a fingerprint - no two lions
have the same pattern of

A pregnant goldfish is called a twit.

There is a seven-letter word in
the English language that contains
ten words without rearranging any
of its letters, "therein": the,
there, he, in, rein, her, here,
ere, therein, herein.

Cranberries are sorted for ripeness
by bouncing them; a fully ripened
cranberry can be dribbled like a

The letters KGB stand for
Komitet Gosudarstvennoy

"Stewardesses" is the longest
English word that is typed with
only the left hand.

The only 15 letter word that can
be spelled without repeating a
letter is uncopyrightable.

Facetious and abstemious contain
all the vowels in the correct order,
as does arsenious, meaning "containing

Emus and kangaroos cannot
walk backwards, and are on
the Australian seal for that

Cats have over one hundred vocal
sounds, while dogs only have about

The word "Checkmate" in chess comes
from the Persian phrase "Shah Mat,"
which means "the king is dead."

The reason firehouses have circular
stairways is from the days of yore
when the engines were pulled by
horses. The horses were stabled on
the ground floor and figured out how
to walk up straight staircases.

While sitting at your desk make clockwise
circles with your right foot. While doing
this, draw the number "6" in the air with
your right hand. Your foot will change

Grapefruit scent will make middle aged
women appear six years younger to men.
The perception is not reciprocal and the
grapefruit scent on men has no effect on
women's perception.

Women blink twice as
many times as men do.

Intelligent people have more
zinc and copper in their hair.

We are about 1 cm taller in
the morning than in the evening.
Layers of cartilage in the joints
gets compressed during the day.

There are approx. 550
hairs in the eyebrow.

The strongest muscle in
the human body is the tongue.

The life span of a
taste bud is 10 days.

The world's youngest parents
were 8 and 9 and lived in
China in 1910.

The largest known kidney
stone weighed 1.36 kilograms.

Most dust particles in your
house are made from dead skin.

Kidney stones come in any
color - from yellow to brown.

Babies are born without kneecaps.
They appear when the child is 2-6
years of age.

The average human produces 10,000
gallons of saliva in a lifetime.

If you ate too many carrots
you would turn orange.

The force of 1 billion people
jumping at the same time is equal
to 500 tons of TNT.

A baby is born every
seven seconds.

You can tell if a skunk is
about if you smell only
0.000000000000071 ounce of
its spray.

You breathe about 10
million times a year.

The colder the room you sleep
in, the better the chances are
that you'll have a bad dream.

The foot is the most common
body part bitten by insects.

The most common time for
a wake up call is 7 a.m.

The typical person goes to
the bathroom 6 times a day.

The fastest growing nail
is on the middle finger.

The most sensitive finger
on the human hand is the
index finger.

The human body weighs 40
times more than the brain.

After eating too much, your
hearing is less sharp.

A person swallows approx.
295 times while eating dinner.

Your urine will turn bright
yellow if you eat too much

There are more people alive
today than have ever died.

The human body is better
suited to two four-hour
sleep cycles than one
eight-hour one.

A man's beard contains
between 7000 and 15,000

4 million children die each
year from inhaling smoke from
indoor cooking fires that burn
wood and Dung

4 million people die annually
from diarrhea infections, caused
by poor sanitary conditions

The hardest bone in the
human body is the jawbone.

Dueling is legal in Paraguay
as long as both parties are
registered blood donors.

A goldfish has a memory
span of three seconds.


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