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The world’s largest jellyfish, ‘the lion’s mane’ is longer than a blue whale. (source 1,2)
Another week, another round of great achievements in science - from discovering the oldest figurative cave art we've ever seen, to gazing out into the Universe, there is always something new to learn about our world and beyond.
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there are approximately three million shipwrecks on the ocean floor, worth billions in value and treasure.
1. Men who do not have chest hair are deficient in a particular androgen or male hormones.
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1. In Roswell, New Mexico on July 8th of 1947, an information office publicized the recovery of a flying disc that crashed in a ranch nearby. The government dismissed the story as simply an experimental balloon that was integral to a classified program being conducted. Critics cried that a cover-up of extraterrestrials was afoot.
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Lene Hau, the woman that stopped the light - WTF fun facts
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This Instagram Account Shares 50 Interesting And Fact-Checked Things You Might Not Know About The World
If it’s not educational or amusing, it likely won’t hold our attention. Many of us still have an inner child whose eyes gleam brightly every time it spots something fun or interesting, whether it’s online or in real life. We’re driven by curiosity and there’s a deep inner desire to learn more about the world. Though it can get dimmer as we age, it never truly goes away. And one way to reignite our passion for learning is by snacking on cool, bite-sized facts about science, psychology, tech…
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