In this hectic world, there’s often not much time left for ourselves. And while amid all the chaos we rarely forget to feed our bodies (and if you do, you’re having a burnout!), we often fail to think of replenishing our mind.

But the good news is, it's never too late to pump that brain muscle! So in order to nourish our curious inner child hiding deep behind first-world problems, we are about to feast on some ‘Today I Learned’ bits and pieces of information from the subreddit by the same name.

From things like how a Titanic survivor who spent 6 hours waist-deep in freezing water later won the Wimbledon Men's Doubles in 1920, and a Costa Rican fisherman becoming best friends with a crocodile after he treated it from a headshot, these are things you just don’t learn in books.

And if you’re still hungry for some more trivia facts, make sure to check out our previous TIL posts here, here and here.

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community A local fisherman in Costa Rica nursed a crocodile back to health after it had been shot in the head, and released the reptile back to its home. The next day, the man discovered “Pocho” had followed him home and was sleeping on the man’s porch. For 20 years Pocho became part of the man’s family.

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denzoren
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3 months ago

Awwwww, this is very wholesome. Good boi Pocho.

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community Norway hires shepherds from Nepal to build paths in the Norwegian mountains. They have completed over 300 projects, and their pay for one summer equals 30 years of work in Nepal.

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May
Community Member
3 months ago

I'm Norwegian and I had no idea about this. Huh. They've traditionally been made and maintained by mountain enthusiasts on a volunteer basis. I guess there aren't as many of them around anymore.

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community Architect Alejandro Echeverri was approached by the mayor of Medellin, one of the most dangerous cities in the world, to revitalize the city. He focused on building in the poorest areas first to bring people and infrastructure into these neighborhoods. Crime dropped substantially.

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James016
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3 months ago

A lesson to be learned right there.

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community Richard Norris Williams was a Titanic Survivor who spent over 6 hours waist-deep in freezing water - after rescue doctors wanted to amputate both his legs - he refused and went on to win the Wimbledon Men's Doubles in 1920.

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denzoren
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3 months ago

Damn dude...leave some bad*ss for the rest of us.

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#5

40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community Chemists have developed two plant-based plastic alternatives to the current fossil fuel made plastics. Using chemical recycling instead of mechanical recycling, 96% of the initial material can be recovered.

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denzoren
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3 months ago

Well, lets fund it!

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community Helen Keller was accepted to Harvard in 1900. Mark Twain introduced her to Standard Oil magnate, Henry Rogers, who paid for her education. And in 1904, she became the first deaf-blind person to earn a bachelor's degree.

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Ursula S.
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3 months ago

An exceptional woman.

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community The oldest living elephant is Vatsala, living at an Elephant camp in a Tiger Reserve. At 105, she has lived for more than double the age of an average Asian Elephant. Though loosing her vision to Cataract, she has been able to navigate using her trunk and support from her herd members

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John L
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3 months ago

Just when you think animals are incapable of "civilized socialization", nature surprises us.

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community River Phoenix passed away right before he was to film his role as the interviewer in Interview with the Vampire. The part was recast with Christian Slater, who donated his earnings to Earth Save and Earth Trust, two of Phoenix's favorite charities.

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Jihana
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3 months ago

Great actor, gone too soon

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#9

Norway discovered oil in its country 40 years ago. Knowing the oil would eventually run out, they chose to invest it in a sovereign wealth fund. It is one of the most profitable funds in the world - valued at over $1.3 trillion - enough to self sustain the county for many years.

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Scagsy
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3 months ago

USA: What's that now?

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community While only 9.7% of Americans don't wear seatbelts, 47% of those who pass away in car crashes were not wearing seatbelts.

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Ms.M.
Community Member
3 months ago

When I learned how to drive, I always had a seatbelt on. I would feel "naked" without one.

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community Thomas de Mahy, Marquis de Favras was a French aristocrat whose last words were "I see that you have made three spelling mistakes", upon reading his sentence warrant.

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Nicola Roberts
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3 months ago

Sounds like some of the comments you read on BP.

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community Jimmy Carter is the longest-lived president, the longest-retired president, the first president to live forty years after their inauguration, and the first to reach the age of 95.

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TS Rhodes
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3 months ago

God bless him!

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community in the original ending of the Inca-inspired animated film "The Emperor's New Groove", the titular Emperor demolishes a rainforest to create a theme park. Sting – who spent 20 years defending the rights of indigenous people – threatened to leave the project unless the ending was changed.

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denzoren
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3 months ago

That's good...also...one of the best movies. So entertaining.

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community TIL in WWII, Major Digby Tatham-Warter led a bayonet charge while wielding an umbrella and wearing a bowler hat. He later disabled a German armored car with his umbrella. When saving the chaplain from enemy fire, he said “Don’t worry about the bullets, I’ve got an umbrella”.

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May
Community Member
3 months ago

Sounds like a Monty Python skit!

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community A 59 yr. old woman's smartwatch correctly recognized a tachycardia, alerting her to seek help. She was diagnosed with Atrial Fibrillation and treated, reducing her chances of suffering a severe stroke. In 2017 the FDA approved the use of this technology to be used for medical purposes.

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jennifer briscoe
Community Member
3 months ago

Same thing happened for my mom! I bought her a watch as a gift and 6 months later she was having surgery (when other treatments didn't work).

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community Florida had brought in 2 Irula tribesmen from India to catch the invasive Burmese pythons. When 1000 hunters were able to manage catching just 106 snakes, the duo caught 27 snakes in just 4 weeks, including a 16 ft long female.

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Chich
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3 months ago

I suspect the original 1000 were of the 'gravy seal' variety. Their girth and emotional support m-16s kept getting in the way.

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community The Smithsonian Museum has over 3 million 2D and 3D images that anybody can use for free for any commercial purpose.

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Mike Crow
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3 months ago

NASA also allows their images to be used for free unless it is of their logo, or a person (like an astronaut, engineer etc).

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community The city of Carmel, IN has the most roundabouts per city in the US, with a total of 138. Since regular intersections were replaced with roundabouts, the number of accidents here has reduced by 40%.

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May
Community Member
3 months ago

Roundabouts are just better all around

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community The satanic temple offers academic scholarships to elementary through college students.

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Mike Crow
Community Member
3 months ago

From what I remembered what I learned in high school that Satanism has many different sects like Christianity. Only one of those were like what you see in the movies, the rest were a peaceful and loving religion.

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community When the USS West Virginia battleship was finally salvaged 6 months after the attack on Pearl Harbour, a calendar was found in an air tight room where 3 trapped sailors had marked off 16 days until they passed away.

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Mazer
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3 months ago

Heartbreaking

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community For the film Stargate, Kurt Russell was paid twice his going rate because he was the only actor at the time to have "zero unlikability" in a global poll.

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Vicky Z
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3 months ago

Along with Keanu probably!

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community In 1930, Chandra, an Indian student showed mathematically that massive stars explode into a supernova and then collapse down into neutron stars, or black holes. Before that Scientists assumed that all stars collapsed into white dwarfs. Chandra's theory was ridiculed as 'absurd'

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Mazer
Community Member
3 months ago

As it is with most “outside the box” thinkers in science

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community In 1996, a Hong Kong ganster "Big spender" kidnapped the son of the richest man in Asia and demanded a ransom of $160 million for his return. After receiving the money, the gangster later phoned up and asked for advice on how to invest the money.

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denzoren
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3 months ago

I mean, at least he wanted to make good financial decisions. Lol

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community In 1966, Bill Cosby tried to get 16 year old folk singer Janis Ian blacklisted from tv because he thought she was a lesbian and therefore unsuited for family entertainment.

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May
Community Member
3 months ago

Such a horrible man

Debrina Blackmoon
Community Member
3 months ago (edited)

YES, A TRUE MONSTER!!!

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JennyLaRue
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3 months ago

I'm guessing he was bitter because he wasn't able to manipulate her

Vicky Z
Community Member
3 months ago

Yeah probably another woman that rejected him and maybe he wasn't able to drug her too so he decided to destroy her

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Abhinc
Community Member
3 months ago

and he knows a lot about being unsuited for family entertainment !!

Karen Lawyer
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3 months ago

Burn!

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Fish Boden
Community Member
3 months ago

What a hypocritical c*nt.

Lily Mae Kitty
Community Member
3 months ago

after loving him since childhood, his fall from grace was so shocking. He's a disgusting human.

blugeagua
Community Member
3 months ago

She actually is a lesbian and happily married to her wife. Cosby can eat s**t.

Irenesaurus Rex
Community Member
3 months ago

Off-topic but in the movie "Mean Girls" one of the character's name is Janis Ian and she is bullied by other kids who call her a lesbian. I can't believe this is a coincidence!

Nudge
Community Member
3 months ago

yeah I thought of Janis right away! it's not, they had to have done it on purpose, right?

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Jean Shultz
Community Member
3 months ago

Look who is black listed now......

Aunt Messy
Community Member
3 months ago

She probably refused to take a drink from him.

alwaysMispelled
Community Member
3 months ago

I think we've all learned that Bill Cosby was and is a huge asshole

Jo Choto
Community Member
3 months ago

Says the man who drugged and raped countless women and is out of prison on a technicality...

Susan Green
Community Member
3 months ago

He is disgusting.

I don't like my name
Community Member
3 months ago

A real "wolf in sheep's clothing"

Tara Raay
Community Member
3 months ago

Says the rapist freak.... hope he gets bludgeoned to death!

Lorrie Rothstein
Community Member
3 months ago

The nerve of that guy. He's not suitable for family enertainment

Nudge
Community Member
3 months ago

*ahem* well sucks for bill cosby, because I, a lesbian, will be building a time machine, going back in time, and kicking him where it hurts while simultaneously helping out Janis (whether or not his accusation was true)

AutisticPat
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2 months ago

You shouldn’t kick Cosby. You should hit him over the head with a sledgehammer.

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Papa Bonez
Community Member
3 months ago

I guess since he couldn't dip his fingers in that pudding. No need for her to be around. Yikes.

TheDanceQueen
Community Member
3 months ago

Disgusting

CatWoman312
Community Member
3 months ago

Pot meet kettle

Tonya Wallace
Community Member
2 months ago

I despise him. Fat Albert was one of my favorite cartoons and now I can't even watch them.

Suzi Gauthier
Community Member
3 months ago

Well, he didn't want any competition.

Radek Suski
Community Member
3 months ago

yeah, it's called a projection

Agnes Jekyll
Community Member
2 months ago

He also tried to have sex with her, but her female manager kept him at bay, thus the accusation of lesbianism. Johnny Carson refused to listen to Cosby and had her perform on the Tonight Show, saving her career.

BabaBizzle
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2 months ago

Carson probably knew he was a d**k but didn’t know the extent of his depravity. I heard his son Ennis knew what he was up to and wanted to report him then he was murdered.

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Trishaa
Community Member
3 months ago

Why are still shocked when we’ll known celebrities turn out to be bad people. Remember Jimmy Saville and Rolf Harris?

Johanne Larochelle
Community Member
2 months ago

How the hell did he get out of prison? They wonder why women are challenged in coming forward with abuse and that is a slap in the face. His wife should be blacklisted for her support of a sick pathetic abuser. Put the F...er back where he belongs

Carol Emory
Community Member
2 months ago

Said the pot to the kettle....

Dodo
Community Member
3 months ago

I'm not from the US but Bill Cosby having enough clout to do that, as a black man in 1966, seems odd to me.

Signe Manat Hansen
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2 months ago

He tried to. Reading comprehension is important.

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Rickster
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3 months ago

He's been pretty quiet for the last couple of weeks, hope he stays that way.

Signe Manat Hansen
Community Member
2 months ago

So this is who Janis Ian from Mean Girls was based on. That's rad.

Suzy the observer
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2 months ago

Wanna bet she turned him down for kinkiness?

Dinah Brand
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3 months ago

Who is that a picture of?!

Debrina Blackmoon
Community Member
3 months ago (edited)

Janis Ian, a singer/songwriter. Never heard of her, but I'm sure she's awesome!

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Jaybird3939
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2 months ago

He probably hit on her and when she wasn't receptive, he automatically assumed she was a lesbian. After all, who could resist? /s

GC Rovario-Cole
Community Member
2 months ago

Oh, the irony. It turns out he was unsuited for family television.

BabaBizzle
Community Member
2 months ago

Figures the unfunny jerk who drugs and rapes women would also be homophobic. He should be rotting in jail.

There Is No Planet B
Community Member
2 months ago

Oh, the irony...

Sue Hazlewood
Community Member
2 months ago

And just look what he was hiding!

Linda Ellis
Community Member
2 months ago

He's now suing.

Melissa Powell
Community Member
3 months ago

Great singer and writer. One of my favorites, At Seventeen. Takes me way way way back.

Nannychachi
Community Member
3 months ago

She sings one of my favorite songs, "At Seventeen." It's so soft and comforting with such true lyrics and makes me remember seventeen, again.

Jihana
Community Member
3 months ago

Bill Cosby, yes? Hmmmmmmm

Rene Rowland
Community Member
2 months ago

He was just mad that he couldn't roofy her. Her music was better then his acting too !

Noel Benavente
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2 months ago

I can't believe she wrote "Society's Child" when she was 14, that song brings me to tears every time i listen to it.

Julie Bradley
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2 months ago

Clearly it's "wholesome" to be a sexual predator though.

JJM
Community Member
2 months ago

Love her music!

Doris Bennett
Community Member
2 months ago

The nerve!!!

Sharon Madsen
Community Member
2 months ago

He's an abomination!!

Katherine Forrestall
Community Member
2 months ago

Look who's talking..." unsuited"

Mark Kelly
Community Member
2 months ago

Guess who's laughing now.

mamafrog
Community Member
2 months ago

Guess she turned him down...

Jennifer Brown
Community Member
2 months ago

oh the irony

Lisa Chambers
Community Member
2 months ago

Wow he really had so many people fooled over the years. I dont understand why he is out of jail.

Kimberly Brown
Community Member
2 months ago

This statement is dripping in irony

Stanley Judd
Community Member
2 months ago

He wanted to lap her gill

OCDRobot
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2 months ago

When all along it was him that should have been banned from everything!

Lovin' Life
Community Member
2 months ago

Just wow

Daniel Embree
Community Member
2 months ago

Did he get out of prison?

backatya
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2 months ago

get rid of them lesbos

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The Seiryu Miharashi station in Japan is a train station with no entrances or exits, no roads or paths to connect it, all it serves is a platform for the train passengers to step out and admire the valley

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Abhinc
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3 months ago (edited)

so poetic !! sometimes you don't have to go somewhere. the journey in itself is the purpose. and you are at th right place if you decide you are. let's cut the bulls##t. we need to take a deep breath and enjoy the view and the moment as empty as it may look

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community In 1927, during the worst flood in the history of the Mississippi River Valley, Herbert Hoover and the Red Cross set up "concentration camps" comprised of African Americans forced to work at gunpoint on the levee, and created a media campaign to cover it up.

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Bored Panda
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3 months ago

From the Yale PDF many people have linked to: "Black refugees were forced to perform the heavy labor that supported the camps and were barred from escaping by National Guard members, who oversaw their work with guns at the ready. Whereas white refugees were placed in indoor facilities, black refugees were detained in outdoor camps on the levee and systematically denied adequate food and shelter, with little promise of their homes ever being rebuilt."

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community In east Africa, movies are often watched with a "VJ" or "video joker" who provides live narration over the movie for translation, contextualization or comedy purposes.

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Giles McArdell
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3 months ago

Sounds like Mystery Science Theater 3000

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Introduction of iodized salt in 1920s increased national IQ average by 3.5 points in a decade and in certain states which had high levels of iodine deficiency previously, saw avg IQ increase as much as 15 points within the first decade.

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Ninn Kynok
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3 months ago

National? Which nation?

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community Masks on airplanes generate oxygen by triggering a chemical reaction. If pressure in the cabin is disturbed and masks drop, tugging the mask causes a firing pin to ignite a small explosion in an ‘O2 candle’ where Sodium Chlorate and Potassium Percholorate combine to make Oxygen gas.

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NsG
Community Member
3 months ago

Those little firing pins in oxygen generators incorrectly marked as expired led to an explosion and deadly fire on a plane in the mid 90's. When the NTSB tried to recreate it at a NASA test facility it burned so hot it *nearly melted the measuring equipment*. (Look up ValuJet Flight 592 for the crash details).

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That there were only 66 years between the first ever powered flight and the moon landing. The Wright Brothers successfully flew a plane for the first time in 1903; in 1969 Neil Armstrong was the first man on the moon.

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denzoren
Community Member
3 months ago

To think of how far we've advanced over the last 100 years is absolutely mind boggling. I only wished we could have treated our planet and it's inhabitants better.

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community In 1995 a policy known as “the Wall" was created. It discouraged info sharing between the CIA and FBI, playing a critical role in the inability to stop 9/11. It got so bad agents played a CD with Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall" into the phone as they were told their access was denied.

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Mazer
Community Member
3 months ago

RIP John O’Neill -1995, O'Neill became the first agent to recognize Osama bin Laden and his Al Qaeda network as the single greatest terrorist threat to America. He campaigned relentlessly for increased cooperation between the CIA, the FBI, and U.S. and foreign governments, and made decisions that would change the face of counterterrorism. O'Neill won the respect of many powerful figures around the world and earned a legendary reputation as a bon vivant, an innovative leader, and a bridge builder of important alliances. But O'Neill's confident, charming public persona belied several professional disappointments and the growing strain of secretly maintaining a complex web of romantic relationships. When the FBI and the U.S. government continued to disregard his calls to connect the terror trail to bin Laden and his associates, O'Neill became even more disillusioned and ultimately resigned his post at the FBI. Just days later, John O'Neill perished helping others to safety on September 11

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community A British man was surprised at being urgently contacted by the NHS about his health, when they calculated his BMI as being 28,000. They'd written his 6'2" height as being 6.2cm tall

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PatriciaB
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3 months ago

This wasn't too long ago, he was invited for the covid vaccine when they first started the roll out. He didn't understand how he qualified so soon, when only those high risk or above a certain age were being invited, until they realised the mistake with his BMI.

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#33

The same enzyme that makes apples and potatoes turn brown is also responsible for tanning in humans.

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Katherine Boag
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3 months ago

I am a potato

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community Arthur Tudor, the older brother of Henry VIII, exchanged letters with his fiancée, Catherine of Aragon, in Latin. When they met in person they were unable to communicate however, as they had mastered different pronunciations of the language.

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Susan Trevaskis-Owen
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3 months ago

"Unable to communicate" why didn't they just write notes to each other?

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community Bronze medal Olympian, UFC champion and WWE wrestler Ronda Rousey used to be a moderator on a Pokemon forum, in her bio it said "I also spend a lot of time doing judo... right now I'm ranked #1 under 20, if you don't believe me look it up"

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Mazer
Community Member
3 months ago

Amazing story this one has, amazing!!

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#36

40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community There was an infamous game of roulette played in Monte-Carlo on August 18, 1913, where the ball fell on black 26 times in a row. Gamblers lost millions expecting it to land on red along the way, making "the gambler's fallacy" famous.

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Benjamin Thor Collier V
Community Member
3 months ago

Fun Fact: the numbers on a roulette wheel add up to 666.

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community In 2018, a woman accidentally paid a Swiss cafe $7709 for coffee because she entered her PIN number as the dollar amount. When she called to get the money back, nobody answered because the cafe had filed for bankruptcy.

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Robert T
Community Member
3 months ago

This needs more explanation. They filed for bankruptcy so they could take the money, or they had gone bankrupt between her visit and her call? Things must have been in a really bad way for the former! And surely the bank would refund this?

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#38

There is a breed of horse called the Yakutian that is native to Siberia. Bulkier than other horse breeds, it has a extremely long hair for its coat and can withstand temperatures as low a -70C (-94F)

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Jihana
Community Member
3 months ago

FLUFFY!

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#39

40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community The Tour de France has a team that drives each days route and turns genitals graffitied on the road into owls and butterflies.

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Jihana
Community Member
3 months ago

Excuse me? That's a thing?

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40 Really Cool And Interesting Facts, As Shared By The ‘Today I Learned’ Online Community Thomas Linley was called "The English Mozart". Mozart called him "a true genius" and said "he would have been one of the greatest", but he drowned in a lake at age 22 and most of compositions were lost or burned in a fire.

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denzoren
Community Member
3 months ago

Oh no. These stories are always so tragic. Maybe we weren't ready or deserved his brilliance.

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