Mind Blowing Facts of the Day list#24

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1) Japanese army uses 3,500 tons of snow to create massive Star Wars sculpture for snow festival. – Source

2) If humans had eagles eyes, we could see an ant on the ground from the roof of a 10- story building. You would also have brilliant color vision, UV vision, and an almost 360 degree range of view. – Source

3) A man named Walter Summerford was struck by lightening 3 times in his life. After his death, his gravestone was also struck. – Source

4) The 1883 eruption on Krakatoa produced the loudest sound ever known it reverberated around the globe 7 times before diminishing. It could be heard 4,000 miles away, and people with in 100 miles had permenant hearing loss. – Source

5) Studies of Raccoon’s showed that they can solve complex locks in less than 10 tries, and remember task solutions for up to three years. Their North American population has also increased up to 20 times since 1930. And they travel in same sex packs of 4. – Source

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6) 29% of San Francisco’s air pollution comes from China. – Source

7) A man spent several years acting as the mate of a female whooping crane – sleeping, dancing, and building nests with her – as part of an effort to save the species from extinction. And it worked. – Source

8) There was a computer worm that would gain access to Windows XP systems, download a patch from Microsoft to close the vulnerability that it used to infect the system, attempt to delete the infamous Blaster worm (if present) from the system, then delete itself. – Source

9) Jimmy Carter said if he became president, he would release all government UFO information to the public. Once elected, he decided not to due to “national security concerns”. Source

10) The US accidentally dropped a hydrogen bomb on North Carolina that was 260 times as powerful as the Hiroshima bomb. Only a single switch prevented its detonation. – Source

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