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Fact : Do you know ? There is a no radio signal zone in world.

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Do you know in the Durango Desert in Mexico.

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There’s a creepy spot called the ” Zone of Silence “. You can’t pick up clear TV and Radio signals and locals says fireballs sometimes appear in the sky.

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Native government even tried to built some telephone towers in the area but due to some unknown reasons all trials failed.
Some experts says that there is some kind of disturbances in magnetic fields of earth while some believes that there is some kind of alien interference in the area but none of these believers have any evidence to prove.

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Fact : Do you know ? What came first chicken or egg.

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Which came first chicken or egg ?

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Few of you might say that egg came first because egg is the building block of the chicken , no chicken can be born itself.
Others may say that chicken came first because they lay these eggs.

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But the real truth is now discovered .
According to Scientists –
Chicken came before the egg because the proteins which makes egg shells is only produced by hens. And the first hen must be by the genetic disorder of any other species that is supposed to be extinct before the birth of very first human.

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Fact : Do you know ? Of what material currency notes are made of.

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Do you know that Money notes are not made from paper, they are made mostly from a special blend of cotton and linen.

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Its constituents are 75% cotton and 25% linen.
That’s why when by mistake you wash money notes in your clothes pockets, maximum time  they won’t tear apart, sometimes if you notice they look like new notes too.

But that doesn’t means that you keep on washing notes.

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Fact : Do you know ? Your sneeze can fracture your rib cage.

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Do you know that Sneezing is such a common involuntary activity that every locomotive living being suffers from it. Not only humans but also animals like dogs, lions, etc. also had it at least once a month.

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A research found that human being can sneeze up to 100 miles per hour.
Minimum speed of sneeze can be 30 miles per hour.

Much like a temperamental computer, our noses require a “reboot” when overwhelmed, and this biological reboot is triggered by the pressure force of a sneeze. When a sneeze works properly, it resets the environment within nasal passages so “bad” particles breathed in through the nose can be trapped. The sneeze is accomplished by biochemical signals that regulate the beating of cilia (microscopic hairs) on the cells that line our nasal cavities.

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Part of the message the brain receives in the leads up to a sneeze is to close those eyes. It’s an involuntary reflex similar to the way your knee reacts when your doctor taps on it with that tiny hammer. A sneeze can’t, however, pop your eye out, like some story tales that you have believe.
But if you sneeze too hard, you can fracture a rib. If you try to suppress a sneeze, you can rupture a blood vessel in head or neck and die eventually.

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Fact : Do you know ? How large is biggest egg of the world.

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Do you know that ?
Ostrich’s egg is the largest single cell ever discovered alive.

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Its size is approximately equal to the size of a football.

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As we know that a cell is the smallest living organism and also the smallest building block of life and every human being is made up of billions of such cells.
But do you know that each HUMAN BEING spent about half an hour of as a single cell in the beginning.

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Fact : Do you know ? When and why do we feel thirsty.

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Do you know?
When you feel thirsty,

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After several researches , scientists found :
If the amount of water in your body is reduced by just 1% , you’ll feel thirsty.

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If it is reduced by 10% , you’ll die.
A person can live without food for about a month, but only about a week without water.

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Fact : Do you know ? Why camel is called ship of the dessert.

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Do you know ?
Why Camel is called ship of the deserts.
Camel is called ship of desert because of the way they move in desert, not because of their transport capabilities.

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Dromedary camel has one hump and a Bactrian camel has two humps.

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The humps are used as fat storage, thus an undernourished camel have small or no hump at all.

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