Saturday, October 29, 2011

Most-shoplifted book

The Bible is the most-shoplifted book in the world. (God said do not steal)

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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Bug eating

During the average human life, you will consume 70 assorted bugs as well as 10 spiders whilst you sleep.

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Friday, October 21, 2011

Human milk cheese

For a brief time in 2010, the Klee Brasserie restaurant in New York City served cheese made from the owner's wife's breast milk. Would you eat this cheese?

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Monday, October 17, 2011

Man can legally beat his wife

In Arkansas US, A man can legally beat his wife, but not more than once a month.

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Thursday, October 13, 2011

The average person spends in the life of 49 days, 13 hours and 41 minutes of lovemaking

The average person spends in the life of 49 days, 13 hours and 41 minutes of lovemaking.
Men "spent" on sex 52 days and 8 minutes of life, and the ladies a little behind - those in love-spend 47 days, 3 hours and 36 minutes. Sexual intercourse takes an average of 19.5 minutes, but ten percent of respondents said that games in bed last longer than half an hour, while a little less than ten per cent admitted to a hot party is over in less than five minutes.

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Sunday, October 9, 2011

Cold showers aphrodisiac

Studies have proven that cold showers actually stimulate your sex drive.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Facts about blue whales

This is the largest collection interesting facts about blue whales. What's the largest animal ever to inhabit the earth. The dinosaurs? Nope - it's actually the blue whale. If you know this, either you've been paying attention at elementary school or you're an avid naturalist.

The blue whale is big. Phenomenally big: it's almost the size of a space shuttle orbiter, or if you don't know how big that is, just go to your local basketball court. The blue whale is longer than it. They're also mysterious: despite their size, blue whales are so rare that even experts know little about them.

-          They can weigh up to 200 tons. That's about 8 DC-9 aircraft's or 15 school buses.
-           In fact, their tongue alone weigh about 4 tons as much as an elephant.  About 100 people can fit in a blue whale's mouth.
-          A blue whale heart is the size of a Mini Cooper and can weigh close to 2,000 pounds (~907 kg). Its heartbeat can be detected from two miles away and a human can easily crawl through its major arteries.
-          Blue whales can produce sounds louder than a jet engine (188 dB vs. jet engine's 140 dB) and can communicate with other whales up to 1,000 miles away.
-           A single adult eats about 4 tons of krill (tiny shrimplike animals) a day.
-          The spray from a blue whale's blowhole is almost as tall as a three-story building (30 feet or 9 m). A toddler can fit into its blowhole.
-          The average length of a blue whale is 70 to 85 feet but they have been known to reach lengths of 100 feet (30 m).  Lengthwise that's the equivalent of two city buses and longer than an NBA basketball court.
-          The average lifespan of a blue whale is 60 to 70 years although according to various sources it is reported as low as 40 years and as high as 110 years.
-          Blue whales can swim at speeds up to 30 miles per hour.
-          The blue whale has a blowhole on the top of its head to breathe through.
-          Blue whales do sleep usually in the middle of the day.
-          The whale hears through sound waves traveling through the water.
-          Female whales are pregnant for about twelve months.
-          Females give birth to one calf every two to three years.
-          A newborn calf weighs about three tons when it is born and averages approximately twenty-five feet in length.
-          The blue whale is the loudest animal in the world.
-          The population of blue whales is dangerously low with only an estimated 1300 to 2000 left.
-          The female whales are longer than the males.
-          The largest blue whale ever recorded was an adult female measuring 108 feet. (Some sources say 106 feet.)
-          The blue whale is currently an endangered species.
-          The arteries of a blue whale are as big as drain pipes. It is estimated that they are large enough for a medium sized dog or even perhaps a small human to crawl through them.
-          The mouth of a blue whale is big enough to park a car in it.
-          The blue whale is also known as a sulfur-bottom whale.
-          Blue whales usually travel alone or in pairs.

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Saturday, October 1, 2011

Largest insects that ever lived

The largest insects that ever lived are members of the extinct dragonfly-like order Protodonata, which means “early dragonfly.” The name “griffinfly” has been proposed for members of this order because important differences distinguish them from modern-day dragonflies. Protodonata’s fossil record ranges from the Late Carboniferous to the Late Permian periods of the Paleozoic era. This was about 300 million years ago, before the dinosaurs, which evolved during the Mesozoic era.

The largest known species is the Late Permian Meganeuropsis permiana, with wingspans longer than 75 cm (30 in. or 2.5 ft) and an estimated weight of over 450 g (1 lb.), similar to a crow. This is larger than any insect that has ever lived, land- or air-based – the heaviest insect today is the larval stage of the Goliath Beetle, with a top weight of 115 g (4.1 oz). As the Late Carboniferous Meganeura is a species of similar size to Meganeuropsis and is much better known, the information in this article will primarily focus on Meganeura.

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