1. Salvador Dali used to avoid paying at restaurants by drawing on his check.
  2. Women cry on average between 30 and 64 times a year while men cry between 6 and 17 times.
  3. A 13-year old boy in Florida was once arrested for excessive farting in school.
  4. A russian woman in the 1700s gave birth to 16 pairs of twins, 7 sets of triplets and 4 sets of quadruplets in just 40 years with the same man.
  5. Nearly 1 in every 4
    women in Britain
    in 1811 was
    named "Mary".
  6. When the Mona Lisa was stolen from the Louvre in 1911, one of the suspects was Picasso.
  7. The average person walks 75,000 miles (120,000 KM) in a lifetime or five times round the world.
  8. There's a shark in Greenland that eats polar bears and can live up to 200 years.
  9. A man, who had half of his body amputated, opened his own supermarket called the Half Man-Half Price Store.
  10. When Fidel Castro seized power in Cuba, he immediately ordered all game sets of Monopoly to be destroyed.
  11. If you have a pizza with radius Z and thickness A, its volume is =
    Pi*Z*Z*A
  12. The shortest war ever
    was fought between
    Britain and Zanzibar
    and lasted 38 minutes.
  13. Sudan has
    more pyramids
    than Egypt.
  14. The Incas' measurement of time was based on how long it took to boil a potato.
  15. The eruption of Krakatoa in 1883 was the loudest sound in recorded history, heard 3,000 miles (4800 KM) away.
  16. Mount Everest has about
    200 dead bodies on it, which are now landmarks on the way to the top.
  17. The most successful Pirate Captain was a Chinese prostitute with 80,000 sailors working for her.
  18. The man who designed Saddam Hussein's secret bunker was the grandson of the woman who designed Adolf Hitler's.
  19. A chinese man sued his wife for being
    too ugly
    and the Court agreed awarding him US$115,000.
  20. Former Billionaire Chuck Feeney is about to finish giving away his US$7.5 billion fortune to charity, keeping just US$2 million.
  21. In Germany, there's no punishment for a prisoner who tries to escape
    from jail because it is a basic
    human instinct to be free.
  22. Mobile Phone Radiation can cause Insomnia, headaches and confusion.
  23. Only two countries in the world are not allowed to sell Coca-Cola officially: North Korea and Cuba.
  24. The Japanese who survived the Titanic crash was called a coward in his country for not dying with the other passengers.
  25. 95% of the underwater world remains unexplored.
  26. A Marijuana-derived compound forces cancer cells to freeze and prevents them from spreading.
  27. The Quietest place on Earth is an anechoic chamber that's 99.99% sound-absorbent.
    You can hear your heart beating, your lungs, and your stomach gurgling loudly.
  28. Most people can survive for
    up to 2 months without eating,
    but people can only live
    up to 11 days without sleeping.
  29. Nomophobia
    is the fear of being without your mobile phone or losing your signal.
  30. Earth's helium supplies will run out within 25 years, so party balloons should cost US$100 each.
Jesus Facts
South Korea Facts
Banana Facts
Asia
America
Africa
Europe
Oceania
Antarctica
U.S.A.
United Nations
Cities
Places
Historic Events
People & Civilizations
Social Issues
Life & Love
Tech & Invention
Humor & Offbeat
Religion
Books & Language
Movies & TV
Art & Music
Food & Drink
Business & Economy
Sports & Games
Science
Animals & other lifeforms
Body & Health
Space
Global Issues
Phenomena
Plants & Minerals
World
History
Society
Nature
SOURCE
♺ SHARE
FAV
Loading...
X
welcome back
 
Log In With Facebook
- or -
 
 
X
sign up
Step 1
 
Sign Up With Facebook
- or -
 
 
 
 
I'm a
 
X
you're registered, but please specify...
X
share
 
  
X
change password
 
 
 
X
profile
Step 2
 
 
 
 
X
my interests
Step 3
X
slide settings
 
 
X
Like Factslides? Register!
 
✔ See only NEW facts you haven't seen before.
Filter Random Facts by Interest (Humor, History, ...)
Save Favorites
and more!

X
about
 
Factslides a high traffic content website (over 1 million visits / month) that takes relevant and complex information from NGOs, think tanks, journals, specialized magazines and media and converts it into colorful and animated slideshows that are easy and fun to read, making the information accessible to students, teachers and curious minds for fun, research, lesson planning, and homework.

Factslides is dedicated to provide well-sourced and verified information that will help young people access the information and critical thinking skills they need to make our world a better place.

Launched in July, 2013, it has shown its facts over 1000 million times, and was selected among the Top 100 websites of 2013 by the prestigious PC Magazine, and as one of the 99 Sites That Every Professional Should Know About by BusinessInsider. It was also featured in sites such as The Awesomer, Design Taxi, I-Am-Bored.com, Neatorama, and DONG, a YouTube show with over a million subscribers.
How do I know your facts are credible?
All facts are verified and well sourced. The source URL is located at the bottom of each fact.

Can I use your facts on my site / video / whatever?
You sure can. Just be sure to include a link back to FACTSlides.com as your source.

I found a mistake or have a suggestion! What should I do?
Contact us!
OUR NEW BOOK
Introducing our first book:

1001 Facts to Make your Brain Explode!

Even if you visit Factslides.com every day to get your dosis of new facts —just like over 1 million visitors do every month—, in this book you'll find facts you've never seen before!
Check it out on Amazon »