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Weird but interesting facts of life

Some are funny facts and some will make you say WTF. But being inconvenient and not useless, all those facts will enrich your knowledge base and help you pass through.

In 2011, Florida changed its yellow light intervals to below federal recommendations in a deliberate attempt to increase red light tickets.

Changing another country's weather is classed as a war crime under the Geneva convention.

Half-used hotel soap is sterilized, melted down, and reformed and sent to poorer countries with scarce hygiene resources

Some children during the Industrial Revolution were so poor their schools had to lend them shoes - and stamp them with a warning not to pawn them for money for food

In development, the original Crash Bandicoot was codenamed 'The Sonic's Ass Game' in reference to the fact the game was like a 2D platformer in 3D, thus requiring the player to look at the character's rear the whole time.

German archaeologists at Herxheim discovered 7,000 y/o mass graves containing at least 500 people who were ritually butchered and eaten by an unknown cannibalistic culture as part of a "...standard, repetitive, and strongly ritualised practice."

The phrase "eat the rich" is attributed to Jean-Jacques Rousseau, who is reported to have once said "When the people have nothing more to eat, they will eat the rich."

Last year a Florida woman drove into a house because she was praying with her eyes closed...while driving.

In the U.S., if you find a bald eagle feather on the ground, you need a permit to pick it up.

The candy bar THREE MUSKETEERS was so named because the package originally contained THREE bars: vanilla, chocolate and strawberry. WW2 sugar restrictions led to consolidation into a single chocolate bar.

In woodpeckers, most of the energy from pecking that reaches the brain is heat. The reason why woodpeckers peck in short bursts is to let their brain cool off.

About the 'Brinicle', super concentrated sea salt that falls from forming sea ice sheets. The falling salt has a much lower freezing point that water, instantly freezing all water it touches and kills any living thing it touches.

The Catholic Church considers the Theory of Evolution to be "virtually certain", and believes that intelligent design "isn't science even though it pretends to be."

In West Virginia, Asian-American women make an average of $1.12 for every $1.00 a white male makes, a full 28 cents more than the national average.

Nicolas Cage has already bought his grave. It's a 9-foot pyramid in New Orleans.