Hard disks are so sensitive to vibration, that just screaming at them diminishes their performance.
The world’s largest concentration of nukes is housed 20 miles NW of Seattle, and it’s defended by trained dolphins.
The town of Shitterton, England, changed its town sign to a 1.5 ton boulder to stop people from repeatedly stealing it.
A guy tricked a bunch of scammers into handwriting a whole Harry Potter book.
Wall Street was named after a 12-foot wall that was built by the 17th-century citizens of New Amsterdam to discourage pirate attacks.
Albert Einstein was also a gifted musician, playing both the piano and violin with exceptional skill. He once said: “The greatest scientists are artists as well.”
A man avoided human contact for 27 years in the Maine wilderness. He committed more than 1000 burglaries, and faded into myth and legend. When asked if he was happy he replied ” No, I’m content. They’re two different things.”
The Roman Imperial army created specialized fighting units to capture dangerous wild animals to fight in the Colosseum. They were forbidden from harming the animals and were considered to have one of the most dangerous jobs in the empire.
In 1979, tens of thousands of rock fans gathered at a Chicago stadium to destroy disco vinyls. That day became known as “the day disco died”.
There is a book titled “Everything Men Know About Women” by Alan Francis It is filled with over 100 blank pages and has sold over 1 million copies.