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Interesting United States President Facts Part 2 (13th-24th President)

This is a continuation of the four part “Interesting U.S. President Facts” series.  If you’re interested in the other parts, you can find them here: Part 1, Part 3, Part 4. 13) Millard Fillmore Facts: Fillmore was the first President to have running water in the White House. While touring Europe later in life, the University of Oxford offered him […]

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13 Quick Amazing Universe Facts

Note: This is a guest post contributed by Venus’s day is longer than its year. Venus completes an entire orbit around the Sun before it manages to turn on its axis once. For reference, in Venusian time, World War II ended only 56 days ago. All the stars, galaxies, and black holes in the universe only comprise about 5% […]

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15 Shark Facts

Note: This is a guest post contributed by An ancient shark called Carcharodon Megalodon (“rough tooth, big tooth”) had teeth measuring more than six inches long (the largest shark teeth ever found), jaws big enough to swallow an entire car, and a body the same length as tyrannosaurus rex. Some believe this shark may still exist in deep water… […]

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15 Bizarre World Records

Note: This is a guest post contributed by If the Olympics reminds us of anything, it’s that it’s incredibly enjoyable to watch human beings who’ve dedicated their lives to achieve what are essentially pointless records in the grand scheme of things go out and achieve them (or fail, as the case is for most). In celebration of this human […]

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15 Quick United States Facts

Note: This is a guest post contributed by 15: Alaska is the state with the highest percentage of people who walk to work. 14: 27% of Americans believe man has never walked on the moon. 13: The American flag’s official colors are “Old Glory Red”, “White”, and “Old Glory Blue”. 12: Even though the grizzly bear is California’s official […]

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15 Quick Sleep Facts

Note: This is a guest post contributed by People getting only 6 to 7 hours of sleep every night have a longer life expectancy than those who sleep 8 hours. Both whales and dolphins literally fall half asleep. Their brain hemispheres take turns so they can continue surfacing to breathe. The world record for not sleeping was set by […]

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