1. No woman has won
    the physics
    Nobel Prize
    since 1963.
  2. Samsung makes about 30% of the A8 chips that go into Apple's iPhone 6.
  3. The average woman's friendship lasts 3 years while man's lasts 5 years.
  4. Genghis Khan exempted the poor from taxes, encouraged literacy and established free religion, leading many people to join his empire voluntarily.
  5. You can start a fire with ice.
  6. Up to 40% of a child's intelligence is passed down from the parents.
  7. Contagious Yawning is a sign of empathy and a form of social bonding.
  8. Brazil's Capital, Brasilia, looks like an aeroplane from above.
  9. Microsoft makes more money from Samsung over Android patents than from Skype, Windows Phone, and Xbox combined.
  10. Ingesting a litre or quart of soy sauce can kill you.
  11. Women think about their appearance 9 times a day, a UK survey found.
  12. The last animal in the dictionary is the zyzzyva, a tropical weevil.
  13. Fleas account for more human deaths than all the wars ever fought.
  14. 96% of deceased NFL players' brains had a degenerative disease, a study found.
  15. Researchers believe the first human case of HIV was in Kinshasa, Congo, around 1920.
  16. 1 in 18 males has a Third Nipple.
  17. A 10-Year-Old Goldfish Had a 45-Minute Surgery To Remove A Tumor in 2014.
  18. In Japan, Burger King has an all-black burger.
  19. The giant African snail is hermaphrodite, having both testes and ovaries producing both sperm and ova.
  20. The Big Bang Theory was actually first theorized by a Catholic priest.
  21. There's a chapel in the Czech Republic using the skeletons of between 40,000 and 70,000 people as decoration.
  22. J.D. Salinger arrived in Normandy on D-Day carrying with him a work in progress: "Catcher in the Rye".
  23. There are 10 times more bacterial cells in your body than body cells.
  24. In the first quarter of 2014, Apple earned more than Google, Facebook, and Amazon combined.
  25. 90% of the wildlife in Madagascar is not found anywhere else in the natural world.
  26. Ducks, like humans, have different regional accents when communicating with each other.
  27. There are still unexplored passageways in the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt.
  28. Monkeys can count.
  29. Great white sharks can go for months without eating.
  30. Carrots are bad for rabbits, as they are too high in sugar.
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