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50 Interesting Information About the World


# BCE, the English language is BC (Before Christ). After AD is A.D (Anno Domini).
# Whale tooth loss more than 6000 bars for each year, and new teeth grow in the next 24 hours.
# Julius Caesar killed with 23 stab wounds.
# Car name comes from the Japanese Nissan of Ni: 2 and San: 3. Nissan: 23
# Giraffe and rat can survive longer without water than a camel.
# Stomach produces mucus layer every two weeks so that the stomach does not digest the organ itself.
# 98% of the rape and murder committed by close family or friends of the victims.
# Ants can lift 50 times his own body weight.
# American Declaration of Independence written on paper marijuana.
# Point on the letter i is called the 'title'.
# A raisin dropped into a glass of fresh waste will move up and down the glass.
# Benjamin Franklin youngest son of the youngest parents in the family descent to fifth youngest.
# Triskaidekaphobia is the fear of 13. Paraskevidekatriaph obia is fear on every Friday the 13th (can happen between 1-3 times a year). In Italy, 17 is an unlucky number. Japan's unlucky numbers is 4.
# Giraffe tongue up to 50 cm.
# Mouth produces 1 liter of saliva every day.
# We breathe about 23,000 times a day.
# Password ZIP (postal code) is the extension of the 'Zoning Improvement Plan'.
# Coca-Cola Coca pregnant (which is the active substance in cocaine) from 1885 until 1903.
# On average we speak 5000 words every day (even though 80% of it, we talk to yourself).
# If the quota of water in our body decreases by 1%, we will feel thirsty.
# 4 King symbols on playing cards represents a famous king 4 times each: "Ace" = David / King David; "Bat" = Alexander the Great / Alexander the Great; Hearts = Charlemagne / King of France; Diamond = Julius Caesar.
# Lifetime of water we drink approximately 75.000 liters.
# Every person, including identical twins, fingerprints and texture are not the same tongue.
# Red dot on the 7-Up logo comes from the creator of the Red-eyed and albino.
# Men lose 40 hairs a day, while women of 70 pieces.
# Symbol / icon 'save' in Microsoft Office programs shows a floppy disk with the shutter in reverse.
# Albert Einstein and Charles Darwin both married their first cousins ​​(Elsa Hermann and Emma Wedgewood).
# Camels have three eyelids.
# Span a hair on our heads is 2 to 6 years before being replaced by new hair.
# A remained conscious for eight seconds after a decapitated head.
# Muscles that work most quickly established we are dikelopak eye muscles that make our eyes blink. We are able to blink 5 times in a second.
# Chocolate can kill a dog because it can affect the heart and nerves order.
# Without the presence of saliva in the mouth, we could not find food.
# Nails in the hands of grown four times faster than the nails on the feet.
# 13% of people in the world are left-handed.
# Almost all lipstick contains fish scales.
# Weight of a newborn baby's head is only 1/4 of his body weight.
# We actually see the brain. Role eyes are like cameras that send information / data to the brain. 1/4 part of the brain used to regulate foreign employment.
# Scorpion can be killed by water use vinegar. It will get mad and sting itself.
# In 1830's, regular ketchup sold as medicine.
# Three wise monkeys have names: Mizaru (See no evil), Mikazaru (Hear no evil), and Mazaru (Speak no evil).
# India have the legal rights to cattle.
# If you sneeze too hard can crack the bones of the ear. If you try to hold sneezing, may have burst artery in head and neck and died. If the eyes are forced open when sneezing, eye ball we can jump out.
# Name of the Philippines is derived from the name of King Phillip.
# Saudi Arabia comes from the name of King Saud.
# Children have 20 milk teeth. Adult has 32 permanent teeth.
# Because the frames are made of metal, the Oscars have shared the trophy in the world war-2 is made of wood.
# 11 of each cycle, the sun's magnetic poles switch places. This cycle is called "Solarmax".
# There are 318,979,564, 000 possible combinations of the first opening in chess.
# There are more than 300 bacteria forming tartar.

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