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22 Weirdly True Facts

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If you hold in your farts long enough, the gas can be re-absorbed and come out of your mouth.


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The best way to deal with gas is to expel it.


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That’s right, you glow. The light just isn’t perceptible to the human eye.


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They’re part of the squash family.

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Demodex, the mites that live on your face, have no anus. They release a lifetime of poop on your face when they die.


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Though they vary in quantity by individual, studies show that the DNA from these mites is present on the majority of faces.


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This works because it suppresses the bitterness in the pineapple.

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You are 10 times more likely to get bit by a New Yorker than a shark.


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You’re also more likely to get bit by a New Yorker than you are a rat in New York.


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A 28-year-old patient named Artyom Sidorkin reportedly inhaled the seed of a fir tree, which had sprouted and grown in his lung. Doctors thought they were dealing with a tumor and were stunned when they made the discovery.

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Your heartbeat will sync to the rhythm of the music that you’re listening to.


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A study showed that crescendos led to a temporary increase in blood pressure and heart rate, which went back down during the decrescendo.

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The air you breathe in a train station is 15% human skin.


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If you think leaving a train station will save you from inhaling skin, just know that about 80% of the floating specs you see in a sun beam are also skin.

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Peaches and nectarines are the same fruit.


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A recessive gene can prevent them from being fuzzy and that’s what makes the difference.


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They’re twice as likely to bite someone who is Type O as opposed to Type A.

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And they pee on you when they suck your blood.


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They need to expel fluids while they feed.

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Last one about bugs, I swear: Some moths drink human blood.


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Vampire moths feed on the blood of mammals, including humans. They can suck blood for up to 50 minutes.

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If you play music to a cheese wheel, the tunes will affect its flavor. Cheese wheels have the strongest flavor when they’ve listened to hip-hop.


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In a 2019 study that played classical, rock, electronic, and hip-hop to cheese wheels, the hip-hop wheel had a stronger flavor and aroma.

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Cocktails were invented so the fruit juice could mask the taste of dead animals in bootleg liquor.


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To re-create some signature spirit flavors like bourbon, bootleggers would add dead rats or rotten meat to moonshine.

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The white lines that divide the road on highways are about 10 feet long.


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Also, the space between each line is 30 feet.


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This is one way in which advertisers work to deliver targeted ads to you.

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The average cloud weighs over a million pounds.


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By measuring the water inside the cloud in addition to the size of it, researchers can calculate the weight.


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And of these pilots, 29% said that when they woke up, their copilot was asleep as well.

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Giraffes and humans have the same number of neckbones.


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Actually, all mammals do.

21.

If you unwind a roll of Scotch tape fast enough, it can “generate enough X-rays to image a human finger.”


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You’d need to unwind the tape with a vacuum at three centimeters per second to generate that kind of power.


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A supervolcano named Toba erupted and covered a huge chunk of the world in ash, blocking out the sun and making it hard for plants to grow.

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