Random Amazing Facts

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  • Fact is that all the American flags planted on moon are now white due to continuous radiation from the sun and absence of atmosphere.
  • Amazing fact is that if the Sun is brought down to the size of a white blood cell then the Milky Way would be the size of the continental United States.
  • In 1998, Venus and Serena Williams challenged any male ranked below 200th in the world. A man ranked 203 amazingly beat both of them after playing a round of golf.
  •  It’s amazing that an average American eats about the same amount of sugar in five days that the average American 200 years ago consumed all year.
  • Amazing fact is that the Russian Army started wearing socks only recently.
  • Singapore has such a low birth rate that there is a government program set up to help people assist  getting children.
  • In Poland, near Gryfino, a mysterious forest has 400 pine trees, all with an amazing  90 degree bend at the base of their trunks, all facing northward.
  • By the year 2020, 24 million Chinese men will be unable to find a spouse due to the gender imbalance.
  • One of the perks of being an Oscar-winner is that you can have your Oscar repaired for free by the Academy.
  • The world’s tallest man, Bao Xishun, used his incredibly long arms (1.06m) to remove plastic from the stomachs of two dolphins, which amazingly saved their lives, after all other attempts failed.
  • Australia’s largest ever petition of 792,985 signatures was submitted to the parliament in 2000 to protest against rising beer prices.
  • The national animal of North Korea is the Chollima, a mythical winged horse that they made up.
  • The first mutiny in space occurred in 1974 aboard the Skylab 4 space station due to exhaustive workload assigned to the astronauts.
  • There is a British soap opera named “Coronation Street” that was first aired in 1960 and is still running. They have aired over 8000 episodes.
  • The Catholic Church unknowingly made Siddhartha Gautama (the Buddha) a saint after the Christianization of his life story in the 14th century.

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