Saturn has a moon called Mimas and it has a crater in it that makes it look look like the Death Star.
There’s a bar in Ireland that opened in the year 900 A.D. and is still operational. It’s named “Sean’s Bar”.
The first same-sex marriage license in the US was issued 39 years ago, in Boulder, CO (by county clerk Clela Rorex, who later refused a marriage license to a man and his horse… because the underage horse did not have parental consent).
A Mexican theme park stages a fake border crossing with a 7.5 mile night hike for about $18 a person.
There was a Christian movement in the 12th-14th centuries that believed that the God from the Old testament was in fact Satan.
There is a black patch in the ceiling of Grand Central that is a symbol of what the ceiling used to look like, when smoking was allowed in Grand Central.
The Pillars of Creation, a nebula 7,000 light years away, was destroyed by supernova 6,000 years ago. In a thousand years we will see it destroyed as it takes 7,000 years for the light to reach Earth.
A German author wrote a novel in which Hitler wakes up in modern Berlin with no memories since 1945 and becomes a comedian.
In the Gulf War, 9 M1 Abrams Tanks destroyed 28 T-Series Iraqi Tanks, 16 Iraqi personal carriers and 39 Iraqi trucks in under 23 minutes.
Trey Parker almost made an action movie about a mentally disabled 9-year-old boy defending his small Colorado town from being destroyed by eight-foot-tall monsters that live in the mountains, but had to ultimately quit the project to pursue South Park.
The mail truck most commonly used by the USPS was produced by Grumman and is called the Long Life Vehicle. Production began in 1987, and a new one hasn’t been produced since 1994.
Viagra dissolved in water can make cut flowers stand up straight for up to a week beyond their natural lifespan.
There are libraries around the world in which you can check-out humans as a living book and listen to their stories.
Crows are quite similar to humans and visit their aging parents many years after they have left the nest.
The Titanic II which is set to sail in 2016 will replicate the former ship so much that third class passengers will actually be ‘deloused’ on arrival.