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The letters J, K, W, X and Y are not part of the Italian alphabet.
submitted 5 hours ago by Muskrat from self.TIL
One in eight Brits want to be able to fart freely in public without being judged
submitted 2 days ago by Zombeh from dailystar.co.uk
Study reveals cannabis users age faster | The University of Western Australia
submitted 2 days ago by Rastafoo from news.uwa.edu.au
TIL I shouldn't haven't been smearing peanut butter on my crotch when I could have been slathering it in my ass instead
submitted 4 days ago by Airbus321 from self.TIL
A finger in the bum can make you cum
submitted 12 days ago by chipitndale from abc.net.au
A reverse exorcism is when the demon tells the priest to get out of the child's body
submitted 27 days ago by HongKongPhooey from self.TIL
Fogbank is a code name given to a material used in the W76, W78 and W88 nuclear warheads that are part of the United States nuclear arsenal.
submitted 29 days ago by Muskrat from en.wikipedia.org
submitted 1 month ago by GeorgeCarlin from en.wiktionary.org
TIL how to make a bouncy egg
submitted 1 month ago by [deleted] from youtu.be
submitted 1 month ago by Muskrat from self.TIL
Watch: Vsauce explain how farts could literally kill you
submitted 1 month ago by [deleted] from boingboing.net
Laurel Airica - Secret Spells Of The English Language
submitted 1 month ago by CreditKnifeMan from bitchute.com
About five tons of phosphogypsum are generated per ton of phosphoric acid production. Phosphogypsum must be stored indefinitely
submitted 2 months ago by [deleted] from en.wikipedia.org
A human hair bundle can be used to record humidity on a hygrothermograph
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from en.wikipedia.org
The practice of shipping and projecting motion pictures on 2,000-foot reels, and employing "changeovers" between two projectors, was due to the carbon rods used in projector lamphouses having a lifespan of roughly 22 minutes
submitted 3 months ago by ClintonKilldepstein from reddit.com
The Greenland shark takes 150 years to reach sexual maturity, with some sharks living up to 400 years. Due to this, the hunting of the Greenland shark is unsustainable and is slowly leading to the potential extinction of the species
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from self.TIL
TIL: Pain transports the message: "You're still alive so go on and fucking change something, you goddamn asshat" (Sincerly, your body or your mind or your soul: NON-EXCLUSIVE "or"s of course)
submitted 3 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from self.TIL
submitted 3 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from en.wikipedia.org
TIL Elon Musk is the king of the white race
submitted 4 months ago by yabbit from self.TIL
TIL: The Akashic records are a compendium of all universal events, thoughts, words, emotions and intent ever to have occurred in the past, present, or future in terms of all entities and life forms, not just human.
submitted 5 months ago by the-swerve-podcast from youtu.be
TIL: 13% of the world's population reportedly hear voices, but schizophrenia accounts for only about 1%. Clairaudience is hearing messages from things not present. Could this explain the other 12%? Video seeks to dive into the spiritual, scientific, and parapsychological explanations available today
TIL IBS is caused by high anxiety not food as scientists once proposed
submitted 5 months ago by yabbit from self.TIL
TIL: Depression and Anxiety may only be representatives and constant reminders for the pain that is required for real psychological growth.
submitted 5 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from self.TIL
TIL Stalin, Mao, Hitler, and Lenin were all manlets
TIL Bitcoin was created by a Japanese engineer named Satoshi Nakamoto
TIL: Diagnosises can become self-fullfilling prophecies.
submitted 6 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from self.TIL
TIL : Poisonous and venomous aren't the same thing. And toxic is something else also
TIL: the DOT conducts studies on driving habits.
submitted 6 months ago by Canbot from files.catbox.moe
TIL : How to fire a Stinger missile
submitted 6 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from m.youtube.com
TIL 1 percent of the population creates 90 percent of all innovation. Mostly high iq people.
submitted 6 months ago by yabbit from self.TIL
TIL: Writers often develop intricate details of their characters before writing their novel.
submitted 6 months ago by Zapped from nownovel.com
TIL most European and Japanese countries use bidets instead of toilet paper which is more environmentally friendly and cleans poop off your ass better
TIL Steve Jobs died of an easily treatable form of pancreatic cancer because he though eating a fruit only diet would cure him
TIL Many of the Nazi's policies such as their racial codes (Nuremburg Laws) and dehumanization of the infirm were inspired by American Jim Crow segregation and the popularity of eugenics among American intellectual circles
TIL about 'The Man Who Laughs': 1928 Silent Film That Inspired the Joker
submitted 6 months ago by Zapped from therockle.com
TIL If you don't shower it's actually healthier for you
TIL Joe Rogan got 100 million dollars for his deal with spotify
TIL The USA is about 300 years old and is already falling apart because it gave women rights
TIL IQ is hereditary and correlated to the size and number of neurons in your brain
TIL Jordan Peterson had an iq of 145 and taught at Harvard
TIL The higher your iq is the more likely you are to be a virgin. Newton, Tesla and Jesus were giga high iq but never fucked a bitch
TIL Intelligence can be broadly summarized into three categories - verbal, logical, and spatial
TIL "Farmers protests" in India were sponsored by foreign intelligence agencies to destabilize and defame India
TIL The head of the CIA on 9/11 was a woman
TIL Hypergamy results in an uneven distribution of sexual success among humans in which 80 percent of women are attracted to 20 percent of men
TIL India and China are the oldest civilizations in the world
TIL chess was invented in India by king Rajamanavan of the 12th century vijaypatia dynasty
submitted 7 months ago by yabbit from self.TIL
TIL Human beings originated in Africa and traveled to Europe and Asia and in search of more temperate weather
TIL China has over 200 million leftover men due to its one child policy
TIL Bill Clinton got a blowjob from Monica Lewinski and got his coom all over her dress. After Trump was elected president he bought the cum stained dress and hung it up in the white house for everyone to see.
TIL 4chan makes so little money on advertising that you could buy it for free if you take on it's monthly debts
TIL the moon reflects radio signals from earth.
submitted 7 months ago by Canbot from files.catbox.moe
TIL slime molds can pass information to new slime molds despite not having neurons and being single called organisms.
submitted 7 months ago by Canbot from youtu.be
TIL Andrew Tate is a 4 time kickboxing world champion and alpha male
There's a heavy metal scene in Botswana.
submitted 7 months ago by jet199 from imgur.com
TIL To become more of an alpha male you have to buy Rollo Tomassi's book "the rational male"
TIL about atomic gardening. People used radioactive cobalt to induce mutations in plants in order to create new plants.
submitted 7 months ago by Canbot from en.m.wikipedia.org
TIL the term "conspiracy theory" was invented by the CIA to discredit critics and dissidents
12 Hour First Class Sleeper Train in Vietnam from Danang to Hanoi
submitted 7 months ago by rubberbiscuit from odysee.com
TIL Statistically you are more likely to be a virgin if you have a higher iq and are less aggressive and violent.
submitted 8 months ago by yabbit from self.TIL
TIL: The science involved in the Wim Hof method! Wim Hof (The Iceman), is known for pushing the human body to its limits breaking multiple world records in the process. We discuss his life, the science involved in the breathing technique, and our own experience.
submitted 8 months ago by the-swerve-podcast from youtu.be
TIL Steve Buscemi served as a volunteer firefighter on 9/11
TIL The average benis size of the Congo is 7 inches
TIL: Rasputin, a peasant turned mystic, who dabbled with the occult was able to gain political influence in Russia by improving the condition of Aleksey Nikolayevich, the hemophiliac heir to the throne using his “mysticism”. He was also very hard to kill and survived multiple assassination attempts.
TIL: The Pareto Principle also known as the 80/20 rule states that 80 percent of the results come from 20 percent of the causes
TIL: Donald J Trump and Jeffrey Epstein were good friends and met with each other often
TIL: The Covid vaccine has saved over 10 million lives
TIL: The fundamental building block of our universe are subatomic vibrating strings
I find very little when I search 'vaccine regret' on DDG or Google, but in other parts of the world, regret is so common, the Dutch have voted 'prikspijt' as 2021 best new word. Why the lack of flow?
submitted 9 months ago by Walksoft from nltimes.nl
TIL - Texas Roadhouse Founder Kent Taylor committed suicide because he suffered unbearable tinnitus caused by COVID-19.
submitted 10 months ago by Zapped from npr.org
TIL: Remote viewing, a mental technique can be used to gain information about unknown locations and was used by the CIA for decades...The phenomenon was also scientifically studied by Stanford researchers Russel Targ and Harold Puthoff, as well, UC Irvine professor Jessica Utts
submitted 11 months ago by the-swerve-podcast from youtu.be
TIL: Who "Fravia" is. I spammed random shit into google and found this. Apparently, it was taken offline several times, the latest of which was Feb 2020 (covid). The relevance of most of this material today is astounding to me. See: Fravia on wiki, as well.
submitted 12 months ago by anonanon from biostatisticien.eu
TIL our wood is weird
submitted 1 year ago by jet199 from imgur.com
TIL how post modernism spreads
Keanu Reeves looks a lot like French classical composer Erik Satie
submitted 1 year ago by christnmusicreleases from files.catbox.moe
Most EXPENSIVE PETS in the world
submitted 1 year ago by pissupoosa from thewitpark.com
😨 TIL about the “Wendigo”, a malevolent cryptid that pursues human flesh. Folklore and alleged modern-day sightings have created speculation that this creature may be more than myth. It is alleged to be 2-3 times the size of man, decrepit and sickly looking, and covered with blood-stained fur.
submitted 1 year ago by the-swerve-podcast from youtu.be
How Do Nuclear Submarines Make Oxygen?- Smarter Every Day 251
submitted 1 year ago by ReeferMadness from m.youtube.com
TIL 3 masks are 90% effective and 1 is only 50% lmaooo
submitted 1 year ago by RelianceTrust from youtu.be
The Fez is popular in Muslim countries because it allows them to knock their heads against the ground in prayer while not getting in the way.
submitted 1 year ago by Chipit from youtube.com
TIL How to Identify the Swamp Rose/Cluster Rose - With Nootka Rose - Pacific Northwest Natives
TIL about the "Fermi Paradox", and why extraterrestrials or advanced civilizations have not contacted humanity
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from youtu.be
TIL Switzerland ended rabies epidemic by dropping chicken heads with vaccine from helicopters
submitted 1 year ago by Saturday from thefactsource.com
submitted 1 year ago by Mental from youtu.be
TIL that during World War II, Japan floated over 9,300 Fu-Go balloon bombs towards the United States mainland. While the bombs were largely ineffective, they were the first intercontinental weapons, with one reaching as far as Michigan.
submitted 2 years ago by NorfolkTerrier from en.wikipedia.org
TIL expensive placebo pills are proven to be more effective than cheap ones
submitted 2 years ago by Saturday from thefactsource.com
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from urbandictionary.com
TIL that the US's original nuclear war plan included bombing China. When asked if there was an option to spare China if it wasn't part of the war, Strategic Air Command leader Thomas Power said he hoped no one would think of that, "because it would really screw up the plan."
submitted 2 years ago by NorfolkTerrier from nsarchive2.gwu.edu
TIL a seven year old boy became heavyweight champion of the world for one day. ♥️
submitted 2 years ago by hfxB0oyA from imgur.com
TIL Medieval Eltz Castle has remained with the same family for 860 years (33 generations)
TIL that the Madagascar Sign Language is derived from the Norwegian Sign Language, since the education for deaf in the country was established by Norwegian missionaries.
submitted 2 years ago by Jashfior from repository.tufs.ac.jp
TIL that at a library in Anchorage, Alaska you can borrow taxidermy animals.
submitted 2 years ago by Jashfior from atlasobscura.com
TIL bone conduction was used to diagnose the source of deafness in patients as early as the sixteenth century (no, Beethoven did NOT invent bone conduction)
submitted 2 years ago by liz_ from blog.sentienhq.com
TIL that the rarest naturally occuring element is Astatine (atomic number 85). It is so rare because it has a half-life of 8.1 hours. Less than one ounce (28 grams) exists in the Earth's crust.
submitted 2 years ago by Jashfior from en.wikipedia.org
TIL that there was an Indian con-man called Natwarlal who repeatedly "sold" Taj Mahal, the Red Fort in Delhi, the Indian presidential palace and parliament house.
TIL that all mammals of order Carnivora are divided into two groups: cat-like (Feliformia) and dog-like (Caniformia).
TIL that two airplanes collided in Switzerland in 2002 due to bad air traffic control. A Russian man who lost his family in the accident murdered the air traffic controller who handled the traffic that night. After his release he became deputy minister of construction in North Ossetia-Alania.
TIL that the library Biblioteca_Joanina in Coimbra, Portugal is home to a swarm of bats that feed on book-eating insects.