35 Revolutionary Bits of Trivia We Cloned From the DNA of Long-Extinct Factoids

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35 Revolutionary Bits of Trivia We Cloned From the DNA of Long-Extinct Factoids

It’s a little weird, isn’t it? Knowing that each of these facts has passed through the minds of several other people before they got to us. Luckily, shared information is nowhere near as gag-inducing as water. Like, did you know that almost all of the water you will drink in your life has passed through a dinosaur? It’s true! And it should be reiterated in every Brita filter commercial. 

According to conservative estimates, for every American killed in military action in World War Two... ... About twenty-one Soviets were killed. LINK: http://en.wikipedis.org/wik/World_War_II_casualties#Total_dead CRACKED.COM

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The maximum area of the Roman Empire was about 2.51 million square miles. Pretty impressive right? It was actually only the 19th largest empire in history GRAGKED.COM http://en.wikipedta.org/wiki/List of largest, empires*All empires at their greatest_extent

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WEIRD WORLD A college professor gave his students a treasure hunt using his syllabus. - The hunt was for an actual cash prize stashed away on campus, and students just had to read the syllabus. CRACKED.COM

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WEIRD WORLD One guy built a model railway for eight years and hid it from his girfriend. Finally, after working on it for near a decade, he unveiled the model (of 1.5 miles of a real-life railway track). CRACKED.GOM

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WEIRD WORLD Apparently, a woman somehow breastfed a cat onboard an actual plane. That's according to a viral shot of a Delta pilot messaging system, which also says the woman was asked to stop but refused. CRACKED.GOM

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The first website ever created was CERN's World Wide Web project website launched in 1989; it was hosted on a NeXT computer. CLUB W EZO GRAGKED.COM

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The first object ever created using computer graphics was the Utah Teapot, in 1974. CRACKED.COM

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Greetings From The OX Secret B DEZ TENN City During WWII, Oak Ridge TN was commissioned to develop and build the first atomic bomb. The vast majority of the city's workers had absolutely no idea what they were working on and only found out after the first bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. CRACKED.COM

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Walt Disney himself helped to design a Mickey Mouse gas mask Though few remain, you can find several on display in various museums in the United States. CRACKED.COM

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