Fact Cards

This section is our attempt at bringing little known, interesting and unbelievable facts and tidbits in an easy to read picture format. The images have been optimized to be viewed on any kind of digital screens. If you would like to read more on the subject or want to verify the fact each fact is accompanied by a source link at the bottom.


161-Taylor Swift-In 2014, Taylor Swift accidentally released 8 seconds of white noise on iTunes for $1.29. It became #1 in Canada almost immediately before being removed.

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162-Mike gongol saved 160 lives-In December 2014, the captain of a United flight 1637 had a heart attack mid-flight, and so an off-duty air force captain, Mike Gongol, had to help land the plane, saving 160 lives. He knew he had to help when he heard the PA announcement

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163-Call of the void-

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164-Pete conrad-The third man to ever have stepped on the moon, Pete Conrad, said

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165-US constitution-The United States Constitution is the only constitution from the 18th century that's still in use.

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166-Indian elections-In Indian elections, no voter is expected to travel more than 2 km to a polling station. This sees an entire team set up a full station for a single voter in the Gir forest, Gujarat state of India.

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167-Cops died 9.11-More cops have died of illness linked to 9/11 than had perished in it on that day.

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168-Detroid key to Saddam-In 1980, Detroit gave Saddam Hussein a key to the city out of recognition of donations he made to local churches.

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169-Bubbles the chimp-Bubbles the Chimp (who once was famously Michael Jackson's pet) is alive and well, living in a Florida sanctuary for retired apes - and that he HATES cameras these days.

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170-Domesticated silver fox-In the 1950s, the USSR started breeding foxes in an attempt to see how wolves may have been domesticated. As a result, there are now domesticated foxes called Silver Foxes which are still being bred.

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