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  •  During the 4th of July, Americans light about 175 million pounds of fireworks, which is equivalent to about 100,000 lightening bolts.[Fireworks]

  •  Astronomers have measured stronger winds on Neptune than on any other planet in the solar system. Winds can reach over 1,200 miles (1,930 km) per hour, which is 10 times stronger than the most powerful hurricanes on Earth.[Neptune]

  •  It is estimated that malaria has been responsible for half of the deaths of everyone who has ever lived.[Death]

  •  While no NASA astronauts have had sex in space, in 1999 porn stars Silvia Saint and Nick Lang did a 20-second zero-gravity intercourse scene for the film The Uranus Experiment: Part Two.[Space]

  •  When including people with black hair, brunettes make up 90% of the world’s population.[Brunettes]

  •  Gold is edible. Some Asian countries put gold in fruit, jelly snacks, coffee, and tea. Since at least the 1500s, Europeans have been putting gold leaf in bottles of liquor, such as Danziger Goldwasser and Goldschlager. Some Native American tribes believed consuming gold could allow humans to levitate.[Gold]

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