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Petting a dog can lower your blood pressure.
Discovery Channel survival expert Ed Stafford was the first person to walk the length of the Amazon River from source to the sea. He thought it might take a year, but it took him 860 days.
3Carbook golf course
There is a Carbook golf course in Australia with full-grown bull sharks living in the water hazards.
As the slogan for a smokeless world has been raised, a new practice called “vaping” has come to the forefront recently, but vaporizers/e-cigarettes were invented back in the 60s. The earliest e-cigarette can be traced to Herbert A. Gilbert, who in 1963 patented “a smokeless non-tobacco cigarette” that involved “replacing burning tobacco and paper with heated, moist, flavored air”. This device produced flavored steam without nicotine. The patent was granted in 1965. This concept never took off because smoking was still fashionable back then.
5Southwest Airlines Flight 1248
In 2005, a pilot of Southwest Airlines Flight 1248 was concerned about the weather. He jokingly referenced the movie ‘Airplane!’, saying “I picked a bad day to stop sniffin’ glue,” shortly before his plane crashed.
Baywatch star Carmen Electra has Hydrophobia, the fear of water.
7Red bell peppers
Broccoli, parsley, brussel sprouts, and red bell peppers all contain more vitamin C per 100g serving than oranges. Chili peppers contain 400% more.
8Jackie Chan Vs Hong Kong Triads
Jackie Chan used to carry multiple guns and even a grenade to protect himself and other artists from the triad in the 80s and 90s
Before dropping the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the US dropped 49 practice bombs nicknamed "pumpkin bombs" that killed 400 and injured 1,200
5-time Tour de France winner, Miguel Indurain, had a resting heart rate of just 28 BPM. The average person rests at about 60 BPM.