Monday, 17 February 2014

15 Things that Can’t be True but actually Are.

Via on Feb 5, 2014


The World is Unbelievable.

In Buddhism, coincidence is a thing—a sign that we’re on the right path, living mainly in the present moment. 
1. When you get a kidney transplant, they usually just leave your original kidneys in your body and put the 3rd kidney in your pelvis.
2. It is possible for a professional mimic to forget his voice.
That happened to Gary Oldman, IIRC. He had to take voice training classes to regain his British accent while they were making Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, he had spent so long doing other accents on screen he’d forgotten his original voice.
Also why Christian Bale sounds like he is from nowhere when he’s actually from Wales
3. Only 10 to 13% of indexed data on the Internet is pornography. 4 times that amount is spam.
5. We went to the moon before we thought to put wheels on suitcases.
6. The founder of, Gary Kremen, lost his girlfriend to a man she met on
That sounds like a pretty strong endorsement for actually.
No kidding.
“Works so well, it stole my girlfriend.”
7. Mammoths were alive when the Great Pyramid was being built.
 8. Oxford University is older than the Aztec Empire.
9. Anne Frank and Martin Luther King Jr. were born in the same year. It’s amazing what you had no idea overlapped each other in the past.
10. Less time separates the existence of humans and the tyrannosaurus rex than the t-rex and the stegosaurus.
11. The brother of John Wilkes Booth saved Abraham Lincoln’s son from being hit by a train without knowing who it was he saved.
“in 1863, a year an a half before his father was shot, Robert Todd Lincoln was in Jersey City, New Jersey (of all places) and almost fell off a train platform and run over by a train. His life was saved and he was pulled to safety by… famous actor Edwin Booth, brother of John Wilkes Booth. You can’t make this stuff up…”
12. Cows have best friends and they get stressed out when they are separated.
Rabbits do that too. I take my male to the vet with me when the little girl needs to go for her issues, since he destroys everything in a desperate panic to find her again if he doesn’t come along. Sigh.
13. In the early 1900s, a wave of molasses rushed through the streets of Boston at 35mph killing 21 people. Decades later, locals said on hot summer days they could still smell molasses in the air. Ah yes, the Boston Molassacre.
14. A moose can dive underwater up to nearly twenty feet in search of food.
15. The lighter the roast of coffee, the more caffeine it has. Counterintuitive, but true.
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