• If you own a smart phone you're more likely to be a victim of identity theft.
  • Sleep is the first thing most people think about every day.
  • The first male flight attendant started in 1922, the first female in this profession started in 1930.
  • According to Travelmath, 28% of women pray on an airplane flight.
  • The typical American child will go through 730 crayons before their 10th birthday.
  • Ivory soap was accidentally invented in 1879 when a worker made a mistake while making a product. The product was shipped out because the worker didn't tell anyone, but it turned out people ended up asking for the "soap that floats."
  • A recent Lovefilm.com poll suggests that, contrary to popular belief, men really do enjoy watching romantic films, even if they might not admit to it.
  • 68% of U.S. adults take vitamin supplements. 53% are regular users, while 12% are occasional users. 72% of women who take supplements and 64% of men also take supplements.
  • The average person has at least an old key on their keychain that they haven't used in a year or longer.
  • 35% of us will do this if we are having a hard time falling asleep? Have a snack.
Scientists have managed to create energy from snowfall. According to a 2019 study in the journal Nano Energy, engineers and chemists from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) have developed a device made of silicone that can harness a charge from static electricity. "Snow is positively charged and gives up electrons, while silicone is negatively charged and accepts the electrons," IFL Science explains. "So, as the snow lands on the silicone, a charge is produced and then captured." Think of it like the spark of energy you create when you rub a balloon against your hair. (BestLifeOnline.com)


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