- US$ 200 Billion worth of treasure found in indian temple.
- A rabbit’s teeth never stop growing.
- Despite the stereotype, the British have the healthiest teeth!
- A photo taken at Disney World captured a married couple 17 years before they’d even met!
- The “unlucky” number 13 appears several times on the American one-dollar bill.
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Monthly Archives: October 2010
Despite the fact that there are 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 possible positions of the 3x3x3 cube, ALL of these can be solved in 20 moves or less! This is now being dubbed “God’s number”, since it would imply that the Rubik’s cube was … Continue reading
follow http://twitter.com/coolfacts2share This easter egg is an inside joke among Pixar’s employees which refers to the classroom number that was used by many graduates of the California Institute of the Arts. Many former graphic design and character animation students used this … Continue reading
The song “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)” by the Beatles is nearly 8 minutes long but only 14 different words are sung.
follow http://twitter.com/coolfacts2shareThis fact comes courtesy of author Nick Hornby and singer-songwriter Ben Folds, who recently collaborated on an album entitled Lonely Avenue, in which Hornby wrote all the lyrics and Folds put them to music. Three facts are contained in … Continue reading
A couple in South Korea starved their prematurely born daughter by feeding it only once a day. Yet they somehow made time to go to the local internet cafe for 12 hours a day so they could take care of … Continue reading
This Guinness World Record was achieved in 2009 by German couple Nikola Matovic and Kristina Reinhart. However, a pair of New Jersey college students recently managed to smooch for 33 hours! Guinness has not yet officially legitimized the kiss between … Continue reading
follow us on https://twitter.com/CoolFacts2share for interesting facts…. This coaster, located at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Los Angeles, also travels up a 41-story tower. It goes as high as 415 feet and it’s also 1,315 feet long! (source)