What if I told you there’s an organism that has an opening of it’s choice? I mean of course, the excretory opening. And that, sunglasses were actually invented so …
1. Spider webs were used as 
bandages In ancient Greece and Rome 
Spider webs supposedly have natural 
antiseptic and anti-fungal properties,  
which can help keep wounds 
clean and prevent infection.  
It's also said that spider webs are rich 
in vitamin K, which helps promote clotting.
2. You're more likely to get a computer virus 
from visiting religious sites than porn sites. 
research shows religious websites carry 
three times more malware threats than  
pornography sites. It was found that the 
average number of security threats on  
religious sites was around 115, compared to 
adult content sites which carried around 25.
3. It took the creator of the Rubik’s 
Cube, Erno Rubik, one month to solve  
the cube after he created it; as of June 
2018 the world record is 4.22 seconds.
4. There’s a flower that smells like chocolate!  
Native to Mexico,. It is 
called “cosmos atrosanguineus”  
or “chocolate cosmos.” But unfortunately, 
this nose pleasing entity is not edible.
5. Sunglasses were originally designed for Chinese 
judges to hide their facial expressions in court. 
They were originally made out of 
smoky quartz in 12th century China,  
where they were used by judges to mask their 
emotions when they were questioning witnesses.
6. Cotton candy was invented by a dentist. 
Dentist William Morrison and confectioner 
John C. Wharton invented machine-spun cotton  
candy in 1897. It was first introduced at 
the 1904 World's Fair as "Fairy Floss."
7. according to astronomer Fred Hoyle, It 
would only take one hour to drive to space. 
If you got into your car, turned on the 
ignition and drove up to the sky at 60 mph,  
it would take just one hour to get to outer 
space, but don’t you dare forget your seatbelt.
8. The first roller coaster was used to transport 
coal down a hill. After people found that it  
could reach speeds up to 50 miles per hour, 
tourists asked to ride on it for a few cents.
9. The Queen owns all the swans in England.
Yes! According to British law, any 
unclaimed swan swimming in the open  
waters of England and Wales belongs 
to the Queen. The law originated in  
medieval times when swans were a delicacy 
for the wealthy, but it still stands today
10. A meteor exploded over Earth with the force 
of 10 atomic bombs and everyone missed it.
a meteor hit our atmosphere on Dec. 18, 2018, and 
exploded with a force that was 10 times the energy  
of the Hiroshima atomic bomb, it wasn't discovered 
by NASA scientists until after the incident.
11. Scientists discovered an organism with 
a disappearing butt. The comb jelly—also  
known as the sea walnut, has a 
disappearing butt. Sidney Tamm  
of the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods 
Hole, Massachusetts, said that It is not visible  
when the animal is not pooping. There's no trace 
under the microscope. It's invisible to me."
12. Banks have therapists 
known as “wealth psychologist”  
who help ultra-rich clients, who are unable 
to mentally cope with their immense wealth.
13. People can suffer from a 
psychological disorder called  
Boanthropy that makes them believe that they 
are a cow. They try to live their life as a cow.
14. A human could swim through a blue whale's 
veins. blue whales have enormous arteries and  
These arteries are so big that a fully 
grown human could swim through them. 
But Tbh I wouldn’t recommend that.
15. International astronauts must be able to 
speak Russian. English-speaking astronauts can  
expect to spend 1,100 class hours to reach a 
reasonable level of fluency in Russian. That's  
twice as many hours as it typically takes to learn 
other languages like French, Spanish, and Dutch.
16. Paper bags can be worse for 
the environment than plastic ones.  
According to research, paper bag 
production emits 70 percent more pollution,  
uses four times as much energy, and takes more 
time to break down, when compared to plastic bags.
Let’s just reuse and recycle.
17. There is a McDonald’s in 
every continent except Antarctica.
18. Japan is facing a ninja shortage. 
There is a high demand for “ninja shows,”  
but it is a dying tradition and companies have 
trouble time finding properly trained ninjas.
19. Boeing uses potatoes to 
test their in-flight Wi-Fi,  
as they reflect and absorb the 
signals similarly to people.  
The project is called Synthetic Personnel 
Using Dialectic Substitution- or SPUDS.
20. A "moonbow" is a rainbow 
that happens at night.  
they're incredibly unusual and are 
caused by the reflection, refraction,  
and dispersion of light, and tend to happen 
most often in places with waterfalls and mist.  
There also needs to be a near full moon for there 
to be enough light for you to see the moonbow.

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