1. Montana became, in 2018, the first state to make net neutrality mandatory.
  2. 1 in 6 U.S. millennials now have savings of $100,000 or more, according to a new Bank of America survey.
  3. It would cost you only about US$140 a year if you ate ramen for every meal.
  4. "The Matrix" movie took five years to write.
  5. U2 singer Bono's stage name comes from the Latin term "Bono Vox" which means "Good Voice."
  6. 90% of Chinese teenagers and young adults suffer from myopia (short-sightedness).
  7. In much of the U.S., it is illegal to buy a new car from the manufacturer.
  8. 3 out of 4 teenage girls feel depressed after looking at a fashion magazine for only 3 minutes, according to a study.
  9. The average person pees about 6 times a day.
  10. 75% of all suicide attempts are by self-poisoning with drugs, and 97% of those cases survive.
  11. Intel employs a "futurist" whose job is to determine what life will be like 10-15 years in the future.
  12. More than $80 of every $100 of wealth created in 2017 went to the richest 1%.
  13. According to the Washington Post, Trump made 2,140 false or misleading claims in his first year.
  14. Until three million years ago, whales were less than 30 feet long.
  15. 420,000 people die annually from tainted food.
  16. Cuba bans statues of living Cubans.
  17. 85% of Vakkaru Island in the Maldives is made up of fish faeces.
  18. 50% of US territory is under the sea.
  19. England is smaller than
    New York state.
  20. 1 in 8 young Britons have never seen a cow in real life.
  21. After Korean soccer player Ahn Jung-hwan scored the goal to eliminate Italy from the 2002 World Cup, his contract was cancelled by the Italian club he played at for ‘ruining Italian soccer.'
  22. Prisoners waiting to be executed on Death Row in America are given a physical beforehand, to ensure they are fit enough to die.
  23. In a study following the lives of 19,000 kids for 10 years, video games had no negative social behavior effects on the children.
  24. According to various studies, between one third and two thirds of people surveyed in the U.S. admit they sometimes feel angry at God.
  25. In the Norwegian town of Longyearbyen, it is illegal to die.
  26. In 2010, a group of 15 monkeys escaped a research institute in Japan by using trees to catapult themselves over a 17ft high electric fence.
  27. Stifling a sneeze by clamping your nose and mouth shut can rupture your throat.
  28. During the Columbine massacre, two 20 pounds (9.1 kg) propane bombs were planted in the school cafeteria right before lunch. Had the bombs not fail to detonate, it's estimated that 488 students would have been killed or severely injured.
  29. A sophomaniac is a person who's under the delusion that they are extremely intelligent.
  30. In 2015, a man sued Red Bull stating that after 10 years of consuming the product, he received no wings, enhanced physical nor intellectual performance.
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