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10 Fascinating Facts About The Bugs Living In Your Guts

The human body is made up of about 37 trillion cells. After all, that is what the textbooks say, right? Wrong! In fact, our bodies contain 30–50 trillion extra cells which belong to the bacteria living in your intestines. However,...
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10 Fascinating Facts About The American Flag

To many Americans, the flag of the United States of America is a symbol of national pride that they display on flagpoles in front of their homes, on their clothing, and pretty much everywhere. Few countries enjoy the considerably ubiquitous...
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10 Incredible Scientific Facts About The Planet Uranus

Named after the Greek god of the sky, the planet Uranus was discovered by the famous astronomer William Herschel in 1781. Too dim for the ancient scientists to see with the naked eye, it was the first planet to be...
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Top 10 Weird Feats And Facts About Water

Water may look placid, but its capacity for strangeness seems unlimited. Unique among Earth’s liquids, water has quirks that make scientists and weathermen love their jobs. It inspires awe with massive and bizarre storms, swirls, clouds, and even strange...
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10 Facts That Show Why Caligula Was Rome’s Craziest Emperor

Every Roman emperor has a few crazy stories under his belt, but none of them compare to the tales of Caligula. He’s the one Roman emperor historians are fairly sure was certifiably insane. Six ancient Romans wrote about Caligula’s life,...
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Top 10 Interesting Facts About The International Space Station

The International Space Station (ISS) is a multinational space station owned, built, and run by the United States, Canada, Japan, Russia, and several European countries operating under the European Space Agency (ESA). Its groundwork was laid in 1984, when Pres...
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10 Facts Everyone Forgets About World War II

We all know World War II was complex; that’s part of what makes it a world war. But three quarters of a century on, it’s all too easy to forget some of the more complicated details of the conflict. People...
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