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What are some interesting yet knowledgeable facts?



What are some interesting yet knowledgeable facts

What are some interesting yet knowledgeable facts?

1) “Due to a shortage of men, Iceland will pay $5,000 per month to immigrants who marry Icelandic women.”
This bit is not true….None such grants for immigrants marrying Icelandic women.
2) “Everything Men Know About Women” by psychologist Dr. Alan Francis. A book that fully reveals the shocking truth about women!.
The book has 100 pages and all pages are BLANK.
3) Dubai is the first in the world to have an air-conditioned bus stop. In the sweltering desert heat, it is a big relief waiting for the bus at the stop.
4) India is the only country to have won the world cup in both 60 overs and 50 overs cricket match.
5) M.S. Dhoni stumped once in 0.08 seconds, which was even quicker than blinking. And that’s a world record.
6) Maravanthe is a uniquely positioned beach in Coastal Karnataka with Arabian Sea on one side and Souparnika river on the other. The Road in the middle and sea & river on either side. This unique combination of sea and river on each side of a highway is hard to find elsewhere and is said to be the only one in India.
7) Lake Hillier is a naturally occurring pink lake located on in Western Australia.
The water remains pink even when it has been removed from the lake and bottled.
8) Amazon Forest (South America) produces 20% of world’s oxygen.
This basin encompasses 7,000,000 sq. km, of which 5,500,000 sq. km are covered by the rainforest. This region includes territory belonging to nine nations and 3,344 formally acknowledged indigenous territories.
9) The Japanese have successfully transmitted wireless electric power to a pinpoint target located 55 meters away. In the experiment, it transformed 1.8 kilowatts of electric power into microwaves.
10) Hole in Padlocks: There is a hole at the bottom. The hole allows water to come out if they ever get in. If it jams, just pour oil in there.
11) Colored Toothpaste Squares:
Green marks mean only natural ingredients were used while blue means a mix of natural ingredients and medication. Red marks mean a combination of natural ingredients and chemical ingredients while black means only chemical ingredients were used……this information isn’t true!
The colored block end of the tube are known as “eye marks”. [The squares] actually help in the manufacturing of the toothpaste tubes by telling light sensors where the end of the tube is so that it can be cut and sealed properly.
It was fun compiling such interesting & knowledgeable facts. Hope you like it as much
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