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An average person consumes approx a pound of insects per year, mostly mixed with other food.

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Most lipstick contains fish scales.

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Right handed people live, on average, nine years longer than left-handed people. 11% of the World is left handed.

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The chance that someone dies on the way to get lottery tickets is far more than chance of winning. You are more likely to become the president than to win a lottery.

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Money notes are not made from paper, they are made mostly from a special blend of cotton and linen. In 1932, when a shortage of cash occurred in Tenino, Washington, USA, notes were made out of wood for a brief period.

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Rain of fish is annual weather event at Yoro, a city in Honduras, when hundreds of fish fall from the sky. Once in England, because of a water spout, it rained frogs! You may have heard someone say, “It’s raining cats and dogs.” There have been actual documented cases from all over the world of fish, frogs, dead birds, snakes, snails, beetles, worms and jellyfish raining down from the sky in great numbers, but no reports of showers of cats or dogs.

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The deepest mine in the world is the East Rand mine, which goes to a depth of about 3,585 meters

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Vending machines kill 4 times as many people than sharks every year. More people are killed each year from bees than from snakes.

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Cryonics – There are several organizations, which are preserving bodies for several decades in very low temperatures. Cryonics is an experimental procedure that preserves a human being using the best available technology for the purpose of saving his/her life. We believe medical technology will advance further in coming decades than it has in the past several centuries, enabling it to heal damage at the cellular and molecular levels and to restore full physical and mental health.

Thousands of rich people who do not want to die, have paid these organizations to preserve their bodies. They expected to get alive later some date.

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An average human has 2 to 9 pounds of bacteria in the body. Your body is killing 15 million red blood cells every second.

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The average mattress doubles in weight in 10 years due to accumulation of dust mites and their poops.

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The word “comet” comes from the Greek word “kometes” meaning long hair and referring to the tail

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Tea is said to have been discovered in 2737 BC by a Chinese emperor when some tea leaves accidentally blew into a pot of boiling water. The tea bag was introduced in 1908 by Thomas Sullivan of New York.

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There are garbage accumulations in ocean as big as Texas.

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Mass suicide – During the late 2nd century BC, the Teutons are recorded as marching south through Gaul along with their neighbors, the Cimbri, and attacking Roman Italy. After several victories for the invading armies, the Cimbri and Teutones were then defeated by Gaius Marius in 102 BC at the Battle of Aquae Sextiae (near present-day Aix-en-Provence). Their King, Teutobod, was taken in irons. The captured women committed mass suicide, which passed into Roman legends of Germanic heroism: by the conditions of the surrender three hundred of their married women were to be handed over to the Romans. When the Teuton matrons heard of this stipulation, they first begged the consul that they might be set apart to minister in the temples of Ceres and Venus; then, when they failed to obtain their request and were removed by the lictors, they slew their children and next morning were all found dead in each other’s arms having strangled themselves in the night.

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The 960 members of the Sicarii Jewish community at Masada collectively committed suicide in AD 73 rather than be conquered and enslaved by the Romans. Each man killed his wife and children, then the men drew lots and killed each other until the last man killed himself.

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The occasional practice of mass suicide known as Jauhar was carried out in medieval times by women of the Rajput communities in India, when the fall of a city besieged by Muslim invaders was certain, in order to avoid capture and dishonor. The best known cases of Jauhar are the three occurrences at the fort of Chittaur in Rajasthan, in 1303, in 1535, and 1568.

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In 1336, when the castle of Pilenai (in Lithuania) was besieged by the army of the Teutonic Knights, the defenders, led by the Duke Margiris, realized that it was impossible to defend themselves any longer and made the decision to commit mass suicide, as well as to set the castle on fire in order to destroy all of their possessions, and anything of value to the enemy.

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Germany was stricken by a series of unprecedented waves of suicides during the final days of the Nazi regime. The reasons for these waves of suicides were numerous and include the effects of Nazi propaganda, the example of the suicide of Adolf Hitler, victims’ attachment to the ideals of the Nazi Party, mass rapes already committed mostly by the Red Army, a reaction to the loss of the war and, consequently, the anticipated Allied occupation of Nazi Germany. Life Magazine speculated about the suicides: “In the last days of the war the overwhelming realization of utter defeat was too much for many Germans. Stripped of the bayonets and bombast which had given them power, they could not face a reckoning with either their conquerors or their consciences. These found the quickest and surest escape in what Germans call selbstmord, self-murder.”

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On 1 May 1945, about 1,000 residents of Demmin, Germany, committed mass suicide after the Red Army had sacked the town.

A Balinese mass ritual suicide is called a puputan. Major puputan occurred in 1906–1908 when Balinese kingdoms faced overwhelming Dutch colonial forces. The root of the Balinese term puputan is puput, meaning ‘finishing’ or ‘ending’. It is an act that is more symbolic than strategic; the Balinese are “a people whose genius for theater is unsurpassed” and a puputan is viewed as “the last act of a tragic dance-drama”.

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Japan is known for its centuries of suicide tradition, from seppuku ceremonial self-disemboweling to kamikaze warriors flying their aircraft into Allied warships during World War II. During this same war, the Japanese forces announced to the people of Saipan that the invading American troops were going to torture and murder anyone on the island (in reality, very rarely did U.S. forces inflict atrocities on civilians). In a desperate effort to avoid this, the people of Saipan committed suicide, mainly by jumping off the nearby cliffsides.

On November 18, 1978, 918 Americans died in Peoples Temple-related incidents, including 909 members of the Temple, led by Jim Jones, in Jonestown, Guyana.The dead included 303 children. A tape of the Temple’s final meeting in a Jonestown pavilion contains repeated discussions of the group committing “revolutionary suicide”, including reference to people taking the poison and the vats to be used.

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The people in Jonestown died of an apparent cyanide poisoning, except for Jones (injury consistent with self-inflicted gunshot wound) and his personal nurse.The Temple had spoken of committing “revolutionary suicide” in prior instances, and members had previously drunk what Jones told them was poison at least once before, but the “Flavor Aid” drink they ingested contained no poison. Concurrently, four other members died in the Temple’s headquarters in Georgetown.

From 1994 to 1997, the Order of the Solar Temple’s members began a series of mass suicides, which led to roughly 74 deaths. Farewell letters were left by members, stating that they believed their deaths would be an escape from the “hypocrisies and oppression of this world.” Added to this they felt they were “moving on to Sirius.” Records seized by the Quebec police showed that some members had personally donated over $1 million to the group’s leader, Joseph Di Mambro.

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There was also another attempted mass suicide of the remaining members, which was thwarted in the late 1990s. All the suicide/murders and attempts occurred around the dates of the equinoxes and solstices, which likely held some relation to the beliefs of the group.

On March 26, 1997, 39 followers of Heaven’s Gate died in a mass suicide in Rancho Santa Fe, California, which borders San Diego to the north. These people believed, according to the teachings of their group, that through their suicides they were “exiting their human vessels” so that their souls could go on a journey aboard a spaceship they believed to be following comet Hale-Bopp.Some male members of the group underwent voluntary castration in preparation for the genderless life they believed awaited them after the suicide.

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On March 17, 2000, 778 members of the Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God died in Uganda.The theory that all of the members died in a mass suicide was changed to mass murder when decomposing bodies were discovered in pits with signs of strangulation while others had stab wounds.The group had diverged from the Roman Catholic Church in order to emphasize apocalypticism and alleged Marian apparitions.The group had been called an inward-looking movement that wore matching uniforms and restricted their speech to avoid saying anything dishonest or sinful. On the suicide itself locals said they held a party at which 70 crates of soft drinks and three bulls were consumed.


Some mosquitoes have 47 teeth. Goats do not have upper front teeth.

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90% of the world population lives in Northern Hemisphere. 2/3 rd of Africa is in Northern Hemisphere.

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In 1386 a pig in France was publicly executed by hanging, for the ” crime ” of murder of a child. A monkey was once tried and convicted for smoking a cigarette in South Bend, Indiana.

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Humans shed approx 20 kg of skin in their life time. Replacing it almost completely every month. Every year about 98% of atoms in your body are replaced. Most dust particles in your house are made from dead skin! 15% of the air you breathe in a crowded place, such as train compartment, or movie hall, is human skin !

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Castriati – The castrati were male singer castrated before puberty to allow development of a powerful voice in soprano or contralto range.Castrati is the plural form of castrato, Italian for “castrated,” or “one who is castrated,” and yes it is true that if a boy is castrated before puberty his voice will always remain high-pitched. For better or for worse, it’s also true that the singers known as castrati played a central role in the development of opera, and by extension, in the history of Western music. The practice dates from antiquity. Such singers were employed in Italian churches in the 17th and 18th centuries and became prominent in Italian operas–Handel’s for instance being written for their participation. It was a way of preserving the beautiful voices of boy singers. At the very origin songs in the Catholic church were interpreted by the famous “castrati”.

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Singers with soaring, angelic voices were once the superstars of the operatic stage and performed an important role in religious services. HBC at this time has incomplete information on this phenomenon. It was, however, a way of preserving the beautiful voices of boy singers. At the very origin songs in the Catholic church were interpreted by the famous “castrati”. The practice dates to antiquity, but was an importanrt in Baoque music which proceeded the development of music in the modern classical era. The phenomenon appears to have been introduced by the church which, however, viewed it with ambiquity. In the modern era it was practiced for about 300 years, starting in the mid-16th century until the unification of Italy and the papacy’s loss of the Papal States. The role of women in the church, including song was restricted by the result of apostle Paul’s epistle “Mulier taceat in ecclesia” (women silent in church). The castrati were embraced by Italian opera which during the Baroque era swept Europe. Then came the year 1498 story of Maximilien I replacing the castrati by singing boys.


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Almost 25% of land area of Los Angeles is taken up by automobiles. There are more cars than people. In Tokyo a bicycle ride is often faster than a car for distances within 1 hour.

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Endocannibalism – For some cultures, the best way to honor the dead is by eating them. Referred to as “endocannibalism” by stuffy anthropologists, these “feasts of the dead” are a way to forge a permanent connection between the living and the recently deceased. It’s also a cathartic way to express the loathing and fear associated with death and its tragic aftermath. Some anthropologists have suggested that endocannibalism is something the dead would have expected from the living — a final gesture of goodwill to the tribe and family. Though no longer practiced (at least not that we know of), cultures who engaged in endocannibalism included the Melanesians of Papua New Guinea and the Wari people of Brazil.

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In the 1980s and ’90s, South American anthropologist Aparecida Vilaca studied the phenomenon of “endocannibalism,” or the eating of “insiders”—members of the same family or community—among the Wari’ people of the Brazilian Amazon. Until Christian missionaries stamped it out in the 1960s, endocannibalism featured as one of the most important of the Wari’ funerary rituals. Vilaca draws a contrast between endocannibalism and “exocannibalism,” or the eating of “outsiders”: enemies captured in war and foreigners who wandered onto the tribe’s territory. The Wari’ ate outsiders with relish, roasting them and eating them voraciously, with their hands, just as they would consume a big kill.


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An ostrich’s eye is bigger than its brain ! owl’s eyes are bigger than its brain as well.

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Tibetan Buddhist Celestial Burials – But why nourish yourself with the flesh of the recently deceased when you can use it to feed wild animals? Such is the thinking of Tibetan Buddhists practice ritual dissection, or “Sky Burials” — the tradition of chopping up the dead into small pieces and giving the remains to animals, particularly birds. Sometimes the body is left intact — which is not a problem for advantageous vultures. While this may seem undignified and even a bit disgusting, the ritual makes complete sense from a Buddhist perspective. Buddhists have no desire to preserve or commemorate a dead body, something that is seen as an empty vessel. Moreover, in tune with their respect for all life, Buddhists see it as only fitting that one’s final act (even if committed in proxy) is to have their remains used to sustain the life of another living creature; and in fact, the ritual is seen as a gesture of compassion and charity. Today, over 80% of Tibetan Buddhists choose sky burial, a ritual that has been observed for thousands of years.

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Suspended Burials – The mysterious Bo people of the Hemp Pond Valley in Southwest China’s Gongxian County flourished for millennia before they were massacred by the Ming Dynasty over five centuries ago. Today, the Bo are almost completely forgotten, save for the dramatic hanging coffins they have left behind — a haunting array of wooden caskets that extend from the rock face to a height of almost 300 feet. Located just above the Crab Stream, the 160 coffins were placed along the cliffs and within natural caves, with some resting on wooden posts that extend out from the cliffside. The precipice itself features many murals that are painted with bright cinnabar red colors, many of which depict the lives of the Bo people. Today, the locals refer to the long-lost civilization by such names as “Sons of the Cliffs” and “Subjugators of the Sky.” But why they interred their dead in this way remains a complete mystery.

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Colgate faced a big obstacle marketing toothpaste in Spanish speaking countries. Colgate translates into the command “go hang yourself.”

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The Viking Funeral – According to the historic account of Ahmad ibn Fadlan, a 10th century Arab Muslim writer, the ritual following the death of a chieftain was exceptionally brutal. Once dead, a chieftain’s body was put into a temporary grave for ten days while new clothes were being prepared for him. During this time, one of his slave girls would “volunteer” to join him in the afterlife; she was then guarded day and night and given copious amounts of intoxicating drinks. Once the cremation ceremony got started, the girl went from tent to tent to have sex with every man in the village. As the men were having sex with her — or what today we would call “rape” — they would say, “Tell your master that I did this because of my love for him.” Following this, the girl was taken to a tent where she had sex with six Viking men, was strangled to death with rope, and finally stabbed by a village matriarch. And for the coup de grace, the bodies of the chieftain and slave girl were place onboard a wooden ship that was set alight. The Vikings did this to ensure that the slave girl would serve her master in the afterlife, while the sexual rites were a way to transform the chieftain’s life force.

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Ritual Finger Amputation – As if the death of a loved one wasn’t traumatic enough, the Dani people of West Papua, New Guinea also had to cut off their own fingers. This seemingly severe and incomprehensible ritual applied to any woman related to the deceased, as well as any children. The practice was done to both gratify and drive away the spirits, while also providing a way to use physical pain as an expression of sorrow and suffering. To perform the amputation, fingers were tied tightly with string and then cut off with an axe. The leftover piece was then dried and burned to ashes or stored in a special place. The ritual is now banned in New Guinea, but (as this image shows) the effects of the practice can still be seen in some of the older members of the community.

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Famadihana – The Malagasy people of Madagascar have clearly never heard the phrase, “Rest in peace.” In an effort to hasten decomposition — what’s seen as an crucial step in the ongoing process of getting the spirits of the dead into the afterlife — the Malagasy dig up the remains of their relatives and rewrap them in fresh cloth. Afterward, the Malagasy then dance with the corpses around the tomb to live music. Called Famadihana, or “Turning of the Bones,” the ritual has been around for three centuries — one that the local Christian churches are doing their best to stamp out.

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Mortuary Totem Poles – Totem poles are a fixture of the American Northwest and the Haida people, but there’s more to these icons than meets the eye. Normally, the remains of a deceased Haida were thrown into a mass pit where they were scavenged by animals. But the series of events following the death of a chief, shaman, or warrior were considerably more intricate. In those cases, the body would be crushed to a pulp with clubs so that it could fit into a small wooden box the size of a suitcase. Following that, the box would be placed atop a special mortuary totem pole in front of the deceased’s longhouse where the icons acted as guardians for the spirits’ journey to the afterlife. Visiting missionaries were often taken aback by the practice, mostly on account of the lingering smell.

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Scatologists are experts who study feces. (aka. crap, dung, dookie, dumps, feces, excrement, etc.)

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Australian Aboriginal Mortuary Rites – The best part of an Aboriginal death ritual is that family members get to keep a souvenir afterward — namely the bones of the deceased. Following the demise of a family member, the body was placed atop a raised platform and covered with leaves and branches where it was left to decompose — a process that often took months. In some cases, the liquid from the decaying corpse was collected and rubbed over the bodies of young men to pass on the good qualities of the deceased person. After, the bones were retrieved and painted with red ochre. The bones were then either placed in cave or inside a hollowed out log. And in some cases they would be worn by relatives for up to a year. Some tribes also refused to utter the name of the deceased and completely disregarded any property they left behind. The entire ritual was way to ensure that the ego component of the deceased’s spirit didn’t get too comfortable hanging out with the living.

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The Zoroastrian Funeral – Zoroastrians have a thing with dead bodies, what they see as something that defiles everything it touches, whether it be the ground, clothes, people — and even fire. The funeral gets off to a rousing start by having the corpse cleansed in unconsecrated bull’s urine (which can only be done by a specially trained member of the community). Once “clean,” the corpse is laid in linen and visited twice by the “Sagdid” — a dog that can cast away evil spirits. After mourners visit the corpse (touching is strictly forbidden), it is placed on top of the Dhakma, or “Tower of Silence,” where the Zoroastrians remove the clothes using tools (the clothes are later disposed of as they’ve been defiled). Following this, the body is quickly devoured by vultures. The entire ritual is done in this way to ensure the minimal amount of harm and injury to the living.

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victims of the 1972 Andes plane crash who survived by reluctantly eating the bodies of dead passengers.

4 victims of the 1972 Andes plane crash who survived reluctantly eating bodies dead passengers


Tree Burials – The indigenous people of Australia place their dead up in trees. Like with the Zoroastrians, they allow the weather and animals to devour their relatives’ dead bodies.

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There are over 200 corpses in way to Everest. These are used to get direction.

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If a male Lion takes over a pride, it executes all the cubs. The female lion does ninety percent of the hunting.

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An average person walks 3 times around the world in his lifetime.

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GP became Jeep. The word jeep came for the army term ” General Purpose vehicle ” GP.

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You are 1% shorter in the evening than in the morning. Children grow faster in the springtime.

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Women blink nearly twice as much as men. Women are 37% more likely to go to a psychiatrist than men are.

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A giraffe can clean its own ear with its 21 inch tongue. A crocodile can’t stick it’s tongue out. The chameleon has a tongue that is 1.5 times the length of its body! Giraffes often sleep for only 20 minutes in any 24 hours. They may sleep up to 2 hours (in spurts – not all at once), but this is rare. They never lie down.The male giraffe will continuously headbutt the female in the bladder until she urinates. The male then tastes the pee and that helps it determine whether the female is ovulating. If she is, it’s business time. An okapi’s tongue can grow to be 17 inches long.

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Cats can sleep for 16 to 18 hours.Cats sleep for 70% of their lives.

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A snail can sleep for 3 years straight!


Donald Duck comics were banned in Finland because he did not wear pants.

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French was official language of England for 600 years.


You are more likely to die of a falling coconut than shark attack.

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Michael Jordan made more money from Nike, than all workers combined from Malaysia.

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Half of all humans ever lived died due to Malaria

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Humans share almost 50% of their DNA with Bananas. 40% with Broccoli.

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Dancing mania of 1518 in Germany when people continuously danced for a month, without rest.

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55 million people alive right now will be dead in next 1 year. On average, 12 newborns will be given to the wrong parents daily.

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Everyone has a unique tongue print, just like fingerprints.

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Dolphins call each other with specific names.

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Annually around 1600 people are bitten by another human. Odontophobia is the fear of teeth. The fear of spiders is called arachnophobia. Some other phobias are hydrophobia (fear of water), triskaidekaphobia (fear of the number 13), ecclesiaphobia (fear of churches), pogonophobia (fear of beards), ergophobia (fear of work). HIPPOPOTOMONSTROSESQUIPPEDALIOPHOBIA is the fear of long words. Urophobia is the fear of urine or urinating.

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Jupiter and Saturn have diamond rains.

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The entire city of Chicago was raised by over a foot: In the 1850-60s, to fix a flooding problem, the entire city was raised a foot to allow drainage sewers to be built.

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The world’s deepest postbox is in Susami Bay in Japan. It’s 10 meters underwater.

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In 1923, jockey Frank Hayes won a race at Belmont Park in New York despite being dead — he suffered a heart attack mid-race, but his body stayed in the saddle until his horse crossed the line for a 20–1 outsider victory.

4 1923, jockey Frank Hayes won a race at Belmont Park in New York


The northern leopard frog swallows its prey using its eyes — it uses them to help push food down its throat by retracting them into its head.

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The first man to urinate on the moon was Buzz Aldrin, shortly after stepping onto the lunar surface.


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A cat survived the sinking of three separate ships in World War Two, earning the moniker “Unsinkable Sam.”

Unsinkable Sam was a cat aboard a German ship in World War II. Having cats aboard ships is something that’s been common for hundreds of years mainly due to their ability to catch rodents. He first served on the Bismarck during its first and only mission on 18 May 1941. After a sea battle on 27 May, the Bismarck was sunk and only 115 of the 2,200 crew members survived.

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Sam was found floating on a board later- by the British. The British then employed him (and named him Oscar) on the HMS Cossack, until it was hit by a torpedo on 24 October and sank three days later. Though 159 people died from the torpedo, “Oscar” survived. He was officially named “Unsinkable Sam” and was transferred to the aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal, which had played a role in the destruction of Bismarck.

Unfortunately, this ship also sank just days later on 14 November, once again due to torpedo. Sam survived again, and was described as “angry but quite unharmed.” The British decided to retire Sam to a seaman’s home in Belfast. There he lived for 14 more years.


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Giving a tip to the waiter in a restaurant is considered as insult in Iceland. It’s against the law to have a pet dog in Iceland.

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In Cleveland, Ohio, the United Way launched 1.5 million balloons into the air. It caused such a disturbance, two people drowned because the Coast Guard couldn’t find them among all of the fallen balloons.

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Until 19 th century solid blocks of Tea was used as money in Siberia.

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A park in Austria is submerged in water every year: Each spring, Green Lake Park in Styria is submerged under 30 feet of water. The water is a result from melting snow and ice in nearby mountains. 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.

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Harvard University was founded before calculus was discovered: Harvard, the oldest institution of higher education in the US, was founded in 1636. Calculus wasn’t discovered until about 1684.


A shrimp’s heart is in it’s head.

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Wearing headphones for just an hour will increase the bacteria in your ear by 700 times.


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The cigarette lighter was invented before the match.


The final resting-place for Dr. Eugene Shoemaker – the Moon. The famed U.S. Geological Survey astronomer, trained the Apollo astronauts about craters, but never made it into space. Mr. Shoemaker had wanted to be an astronaut but was rejected because of a medical problem. His ashes were placed on board the Lunar Prospector spacecraft before it was launched on January 6, 1998. NASA crashed the probe into a crater on the moon in an attempt to learn if there is water on the moon.

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Only one satellite has been ever been destroyed by a meteor: the European Space Agency’s Olympus in 1993.

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Guinea pigs and rabbits can’t sweat. Rats and Horses cant vomit.Deer can’t eat hay. Human birth control pills work on gorillas. There are more than fifty different kinds of kangaroos. You can tell the sex of a horse by its teeth. Most horse males have 40, females have 36. Camels have three eyelids to protect themselves from blowing sand. The placement of a donkey’s eyes in its’ heads enables it to see all four feet at all times! Dolphins sleep with one eye open! Otters sleep holding one another’s hand, so they don’t drift away from each other. Polar bears are left-handed.

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There are twice as many kangaroos in Australia as there are people. The kangaroo population is estimated at about 40 million. Butterflies can taste with their feet.

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Ketchup was sold in the 1830s as medicine.

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Over 10,000 birds a year die from smashing into windows!

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The word “queue” is the only word in the English language that is still pronounced the same way when the last four letters are removed. “Almost” is the longest word in the English language with all the letters in alphabetical order. “Rhythm” is the longest English word without a vowel. The word “facetiously” contains all 5 vowels and “y” in alphabetical order. “Almost” is the longest word in the English language with all the letters in alphabetical order.

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What is called a “French kiss” in the English speaking world is known as an “English kiss” in France.

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Scientists found 2,368 different species of bacteria living in belly buttons after swabbing the navels of just 60 people. In that study, 1,458 might have been entirely new to the scientific record. Aladdin could have showed Jasmine a “whole new world” just by looking toward their stomachs.

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The skeleton of Jeremy Bentham is present at all important meetings of the University of London

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The first known transfusion of blood was performed as early as 1667, when Jean-Baptiste, transfused two pints of blood from a sheep to a young man.

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Adolf Hitler was a vegetarian, and had only ONE testicle.


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One way to tell the age of a fish is by looking at its scales. They have growth rings just like trees. These are called circuli. Clusters of them are called annuli. Each annuli show one year.


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The mandrill baboon has a red nose, blue cheeks, and an orange beard!


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The lung fish can live out of water for as long as four years!


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The only 2 animals that can see behind itself without turning its head are the rabbit and the parrot.


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There is a restaurant in Stockholm that only offers all-garlic products. They even have a garlic cheesecake.


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On average, falling asleep while driving results in 550 accidents per day in the United States


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During the 17th Century, the Sultan of Turkey ordered his hole harem of women to be drowned and replaced with a new one.


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The word “Nazi” is actually an abbreviation for Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, which refers to the National Socialist German Workers Party


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More people are allergic to cow’s milk than any other food.


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In the Niger-Congo family. More than 1,400 languages are spoken by different members of this family from Africa. The most common letters in English are R S T L N E.


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Abdul Kassam Ismael, Grand Vizier of Persia in the tenth century, carried his library with him wherever he went. Four hundred camels carried the 117,000 volumes


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If you believe that you’re truly one in a million, there are still approximately 7,184 more people out there just like you. you share your birthday with at least 9 other million people in the world.


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Humans and dolphins are the only species that have sex for pleasure.


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The first known contraceptive was crocodile dung, used by Egyptians in 2000 B.C. Ancient Greeks practiced a form (ineffective) of birth control that consisted of having a woman hold her breath, making her squat, and sneezing.


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The largest ever hailstone weighed over 1kg and fell in Bangladesh in 1986. Every second around 100 lightning bolts strike the Earth. Every year lightning kills 1000 people.


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The oldest condoms ever found date back to the 1640s (they were found in a cesspit at Dudley Castle), and were made from animal and fish intestines.


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“Goodbye” came from “God bye” which came from “God be with you.”


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One in every 2000 babies is born with a tooth.


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In an effort to grant the physically disabled citizens the chance to experience sexual intimacy, the government of Holland has been known to provide them with a monthly stipend with which to visit prostitutes. The Netherlands is far from the only country that affords the handicapped subsidies for adult companionship. They are also available in Switzerland and Germany, among other places, and there are movements to legalize sexual surrogates in Australia and France.

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Every year the Netherlands sends 20,000 tulip bulbs to Canada to thank them for their aid in the Second World War.


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Sometime back I had tried to teach for IIT JEE FREE. Discussed with a few NGOs and social service guys. Arranged rooms but got only 1 student. We had informed many people in many ways to inform students …. We did not get students who are ready to learn for free. So I am sure these lectures are NOT FREE. If anyone learns from these, s/he changes and that’s the gain / benefit. This change ( due to learning ) is very costly …. Most do not want to learn ………..

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Article in Nature says CO2 increase is good for the trees

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BBC documentary Crescent and Cross shows the 1000 years of fight between Christians and Muslims. Millions have been killed in the name of Religion. To decided whose GOD is better, and which GOD to follow. The fight continues.

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The God delusion

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13 type of women whom you should never court

Media teaching Misandry in India

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Eyeopener men ? women only exists

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How women manipulate men

Gender Biased Laws in India


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Violence against Men


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Men are BETTER than women

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Women are more violent than men


In the year 2010, 168 men ended their lives everyday ( on average ). More husbands committed suicide than wives.

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It is EXTREMELY unfortunate that media projects men as fools, women as superiors, Husbands as servants, and replaceable morons. In ad after ad worldwide from so many companies, similar msg to disintegrate the world is being bombarded. It is highly unacceptable misandry


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removed alkyl  chains,  leaving  carbon  skeleton associated  functional  groups species particle IITJEE  part chemical  reaction specific  heat  capacity,  c energy IITJEE  raise   temperature  1  g  substance  1 C spectator  ions Ions present part chemical  reaction standard  conditions  pressure    100  kPa  1  atmosphere stated  temperature usually  298  K  (25  °C),   concentration    1  mol  dm reactions aqueous  solutions standard  enthalpies enthalpystandard  solution solution    known  concentration Standard solutions normally IITJEE titrations IITJEE  determine  unknown  information another  substance Chemistry standard  state physical  state substance  under standard  conditions 100  kPa  1  atmosphere) 298  K  25 C stereoisomers Compounds structural  formula IITJEE    different arrangement atoms space stoichiometry molar  relationship IITJEE   relative  quantities substances part reaction stratosphere second  layer     Earth’s  atmosphere,  containing   ‘ozone layer’,  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