1. Every 39 minutes, a new porn film is created in the U.S.
  2. Obese drivers are 78% more likely to die in a car crash.
  3. One of the only vertebrate species that can't yawn is the giraffe.
  4. The word "oxymoron" is an oxymoron. The Greek word "oxy" means "sharp" and "moron" means "dull".
  5. Rapper Tupac dated Madonna a year before his death.
  6. More than 870,000 Jews were killed at Treblinka with a staff of just 150 people.
  7. Saturn's rings are not solid. They are made up of bits of ice, dust and rock.
  8. Once a wolf has found a mate, they usually stay together for life.
  9. The longest chess game that is theoretically possible has 5,949 moves.
  10. Ostriches have three stomachs.
  11. Krubera Cave, the deepest known cave on Earth, has depth of 2,197 m (7,208 ft).
  12. The word for "roller coasters" in Russian translates to "American Mountains."
  13. The current world record for solving Rubik's Cube is 4.9 seconds.
  14. The reason Mickey Mouse wears gloves is so that his hands can be seen when they're in front of his body.
  15. The symbol for infinity is called a Lemniscate.
  16. The time traveling machine in the movie "Back to the Future" was originally supposed to be a refrigerator.
  17. The highest place on Earth, and closest to space, is Mount Chimborazo in the Andes.
  18. In 2006, some volunteers climbed Britain's highest mountain and found a piano on top of it.
  19. The movie "Little Miss Sunshine" was partially inspired by a quote from Arnold Schwarzenegger saying: "If there's one thing in this world I despise, it's losers."
  20. Mexico's official name is
    United Mexican States.
  21. Coca-Cola created Coke Zero for men because they associated Diet Coke with women.
  22. A bolt of lightning is 5 times hotter than the surface of the sun.
  23. On August 16, 2013, Google went down for 5 minutes and in that time, the global Internet traffic dropped by 40%.
  24. The "Fi" in "WiFi" doesn't mean anything. The creators just called it that because it rhymed with "HiFi".
  25. In France, nearly 96% of high schools have condom vending machines.
  26. Gypsy
    is short for "Egyptian."
  27. 2 Million citizens of Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia held hands in 1989, forming a 675 KM (419 MI). human chain to protest against Soviet occupation. It ended up peacefully.
  28. There is a town in Indiana called Santa Claus.
  29. Eating
    helps hair
    grow faster.
  30. There's a theater in Russia where all the actors are cats.
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