1. About 20 million Americans live in mobile homes.
  2. James Harrison has donated blood over 1,000 times saving over 2 million unborn babies from Rhesus disease.
  3. The record for the longest period without sleep is 11 days.
  4. Starbucks
    has opened
    2 stores per day
    since 1987.
  5. The first webcam was created in Cambridge to check the status of a coffee pot.
  6. 9 million people are in prisons around world, and a quarter of them are in the U.S.
  7. 70%
    of the land in Britain is owned by less than 1% of the population.
  8. There are at least 97 people called "LOL" in the U.S.
  9. The pea aphid insect explodes itself thereby sacrificing its life to protect its relatives from predators.
  10. Mars has the tallest known mountain on a planet of our Solar System, with a height of 22 km (14 mi).
  11. Stalin didn't start learning Russian until he was 8. His mother tongue was Georgian.
  12. The Sunrise in parts of China can
    be as late as 10 AM because
    the country joined its five
    time zones into a single one.
  13. Almost a third of San Francisco's air pollution comes from China.
  14. In 1962, the U.S. blew up a hydrogen bomb in space that was 100 times more powerful than Hiroshima.
  15. Ashton Kutcher earns $750,000 for every episode of 'Two and a Half Men'.
  16. Videogame 'Grand Theft Auto V' made $800 million on its first day of sales alone.
  17. The average car has 30,000 parts.
  18. In 2009, Uruguay became the first nation to provide every school child with a free laptop and WIFI.
  19. In 1971, a man filed a lawsuit against Satan in the U.S., but the case was dismissed on procedural grounds.
  20. The World's Largest Chocolate Bar Weighed 5,792 kg (12,770 lb).
  21. The World's Oldest Living Conjoined Twins are 62 years old.
  22. In 1908 the Imperial Russian Olympic Team arrived in London 12 days too late for the games because they were not using the Gregorian calendar yet.
  23. The largest earthquake ever recorded was a magnitude 9.5 in Chile back in 1960.
  24. One of the widest freeways in the world is the Katy Freeway, part of the Interstate 10 in Texas, with up to 26 lanes across.
  25. 'Finding Nemo'
    is the
    best-selling DVD
    of all time.
  26. Uruguay's Ex-President Mujica donated 90% of his salary to charity.
  27. Actor Mark Wahlberg, a school dropout, got his High School Diploma at 42, as an example for his kids.
  28. The average U.S. worker stays at each of its jobs for 4.4 years.
  29. 6
    million lives were saved by Bill Gates with vaccines and better healthcare.
  30. In China, over
    35 million people
    still live in caves.
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