1. The chemical elements that make up your body are worth around US$160.
  2. Over a million selfies are taken every day.
  3. In the U.S., the typical home of 2.6 people has an average of 24 gadgets.
  4. You're 1,000 times more likely to be killed by an asteroid than to win the lottery.
  5. Newton was secretly an Alchemist.
  6. The citizens of Monaco are forbidden to enter the gaming rooms of the city's casinos. Identity documents are checked at the door to enforce this.
  7. The world's fastest street-legal production car is the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, at 267 mph (431 km/h).
  8. Stephen Hawking once held a party for time travelers, but sent the invitation out after the party ended.
  9. When the movie "Clue" was shown in theaters in 1985, each theater was given 1 of 3 possible endings.
  10. Night vision goggles are green because the human eye can differentiate more shades of green than any other color.
  11. Napoleon was taller than Lenin and Stalin.
  12. In 2011, a 17-year old kid murdered his parents and hid their bodies in a locked bedroom so he could throw a huge house party.
  13. Over a million people acquire a sexually transmitted infection every day.
  14. Whatsapp is cited in nearly half of all Italian divorce proceedings.
  15. In the U.S.,
    There Are
    328 People
    Named “Abcde”.
  16. To our eyes, in space, the sun would appear white, not yellow.
  17. Music video 'Gangnam Style' was so popular, it broke YouTube's view counter, which had to be upgraded.
  18. Freud never quit smoking despite having over 30 cancer surgeries because of it.
  19. Picasso's second wife was 27 years old while he was 79.
  20. The Bible was Isaac Newton's greatest passion, writing more about religion than science and mathematics.
  21. Throughout his life, Beethoven suffered from deafness, colitis, rheumatism, typhus, skin disorders, abscesses, ophthalmia, inflammatory degeneration of the arteries, jaundice, chronic hepatitis, and cirrhosis of the liver.
  22. Tom Hanks has an asteroid named after him: the "12818 Tomhanks."
  23. In 2011, Google caught its competitor, Microsoft Bing, copying its search results.
  24. Dave Thomas, founder of Wendy's, went back to school in 1993 to get his GED because he was worried that his success might convince some children to quit school.
  25. In North Korea, only military and government officials can own motor vehicles.
  26. Rapper NoClue is the World's Fastest Rapper with 723 syllables in 51.27 seconds (14.1 syllables per second).
  27. After the whistle to start the game, soccer player Lee Todd said "F*ck me, that was loud" and received the fastest red card in history: 2 seconds.
  28. The fastest, most drastic temperature change ever recorded was a 49 °F (27 °C) rise in just two minutes.
  29. In Argentina, political parties have their own brands of beer.
  30. In 2001, Paraguay's president was found to own a stolen car.
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