Earth’s Record Holders

Highest mountain on Earth, Mt. Everest grows about 4 millimeters a year since two tectonic plates which collided millions of years ago to form the Himalayas, continue to press against each other. Earths highest waterfall […]

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Andy Warhol Facts

Andy Warhol was American Pop Artist famous for his painting of Campbell’s Soup cans. His real name was Andrew Warhola originally from Czechoslovakia, but born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His very first movie was called ‘Sleep’ […]

Lassie Facts

Although most known Scottish shepherd, Lassie, is white-brown, original Collies were mostly tricolor: white, brown and mostly black (on the back).rnrnIt\’s also interesting that Collies are better known as \”Lassie\”, than \”Collie\” or \”Scottish shepherd\”.

Is Someone Lying To You?

Lie is usually manifested by these signs: a sudden increase in the number of \”ums\” and \”ahs.\”, overly defensive, no eye contact, lying is stressful, they will try to be sarcastic, turning his body away […]

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Building Spins 360 Degrees?

Company in Brazil (Suite Vollard) constructed a building in which each floor can rotate 360 degrees. Each building has 11 apartments and each apartment can spin individually in any direction. One rotation takes a full […]

Printers Spy On You

Printer manufacturers print invisible yellow dots on consumer\’s prints that check to see if a person is printing counterfeit money. If you call your printer manufacturer and ask them to \”please stop spying on you\”, […]

Hypoallergenic Cats

People that are allergic to cats will be able to pet them without sneezing and scratching. Genetically engineered cats will be produced to help people with allergies enjoy their sneeze-free kitties Allerca, Inc., a biotechnology […]

Myspace Facts

MySpace was founded by former Friendster members Chris Dewolfe and Tom Anderson in 2003. They saw opportunity to beat Friendster with more options and less restrictions for social network users. MySpace was purchased in 2005 […]

George Washington Facts

On February 22, 1732 George Washington was born. George Washington was the only of all Founding Fathers to free his slaves. Marijuana was the primary crop grown by George Washington at Mount Vernon. He was […]

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Number Thirteen Facts

The fear of number 13 is called triskaidekaphobia and it was derived from the word treiskaideka, the Greek word for thirteen and phobia. There were thirteen people at Christ’s Last Supper before his captivity. He […]

Subway Ticket Gates

The East Japan Railway Company (JR-East), as part of research aimed at developing more environmentally friendly train stations, is testing an experimental system that produces electricity as people pass through ticket gates.

Birds Commit Suicide

It is believed that in a small town in North Eastern part of India (Jatinga) birds commit suicide in a particular 1.5 km long and around 200 meters wide strip of field area. These birds […]

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Dogs Head Lives Without Body

In 1940 Dr. S.S. Bryukhonenko at the Institute of Experimental Physiology and Therapy, Voronezh, U.S.S.R conducted research where he experimented with dogs and proved that dogs head can live without its body for three days. […]

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The Pyramids Were White

The stereotypical vision of the Egyptian Pyramids are large mountain like brown piles of stone uprooting from the desert having a rough contour. Though when first constructed around 2500 BC. The pyramids were paper white […]