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  1. In 1995, convicted killer Daniel Luther Heiss discovered that the key pictured on his prisoners' information handbook was the masterkey for the whole prison. Fellow inmate Shane Baker, a trained jeweller, replicated it and both escaped.

  2. According to Taika Waititi, 80% of the dialogue in Thor: Ragnarok was improvised, in order to create a "very loose and collaborate mood" among the cast an attempt to replicate the tone and sensibility from his previous films.

  3. Scientists replicated 100 Psychology studies, and fewer than half got the same results

  4. In 2013 a grad student accidentally debunked an influential economics paper. He was trying to replicate the paper's math for a school project and couldn't, because it was completely wrong.

  5. In 2003, instead of regular interviews, a magazine gave every San Francisco mayoral candidate the replicant test from Blade Runner

  6. 270 scientists re-ran 100 studies published in the top psychology journals in 2008. Only half the studies could be replicated successfully.

  7. Power posing to boost testosterone as described in Amy Cuddy's famous TED talk fails to replicate in independent studies

  8. The time machine in "Back to the Future" was originally going to be a refrigerator, but was changed when the creators thought kids would trap themselves in fridges while replicating the scene.

  9. A worm's mind has been mapped, replicated, and placed inside a Lego robot.

  10. In the Philippines there's banana ketchup. During WW2 there was a shortage of tomatoes and had to use bananas as a replacement to replicate ketchup. It's made from mashed banana, sugar, vinegar, and spices

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The 1999 Sega Dreamcast game Shenmue strived for accuracy to the point of replicating the weather in Yokosuka, Japan in 1987

In 2002 a 15-year-old boy tried to replicate the attacks on 9/11 by crashing a plane into an office building

In Zagreb, Croatia there is replication of all 9 planets (at the time) sizes and distances in the same scale as Sun. In 2004. there was a scavenger hunt to find them beacuse the locations were unknown

The Word "meme" was coined by Biologist Richard Dawkins to refer to ideas that spread and replicate in a Darwinian fashion

The secret of True Damascus steel isnt lost, and it's able to be replicated using crucible steel with carbide forming elements like vanadium and molybdenum

We know how ancient Sanskrit sounded because in the fifth century BCE, the Indian grammarian Panini produced a complete grammar of the language, including how all sounds are pronounced. The complexity of his linguistic analysis wasn't replicated until the 20th century.

56% of the most highly-cited medical research papers in 2005 had results that were never replicated

The fingernails of astronauts usually fall off because the space suit's gloves can't replicate Earth's atmospheric pressure

Atheist churches exist and they're styled after Mega Churches in the United States. Located in places like Dublin, Sydney, and New York, they are places for Atheists to replicate the Church experience.

That, despite their reputation, it is actually EXTREMELY RARE for an opossum to have rabies because their body temperature is too low for rabies to survive and replicate well.

Since 2018, the Circus Roncalli in Germany has entirely eliminated the use of live animals. Using 11 projectors, holographic acts replicate traditional circus fare, like a performing elephant, an ethereal ring of horses galloping around, even a huge goldfish hovering in the middle of the arena.

There was once a woman who had immortal cells and scientists are keeping about 50 million metric tons of her cells supplied with fresh nutrients so they can replicate forever.

In the early days of cola, the beverage was flavored using the Kola nut, which was naturally caffeinated and harvested from trees in African rainforests. Today the flavor is replicated using a combination of cinnamon, vanilla, and citrus flavorings.

During the beginning of the cold war the USSR penetrated the Los Alamos nuclear lab in USA and stole sensitive info. At the end of the cold war China penetrated the same lab and stole info of the most advanced miniaturized US nuke and replicated it and improved it.

Bryan Cranston was actually taught how to make meth by DEA chemists, in a very detailed manner for Breaking Bad, as they wanted it to look real. They had to cut out scenes of cooking so that people can't replicate.

After winning the battle of Trafalgar in 1805, the British stripped the French ships of their cannons and used them as bollards back in London. Today the basic shape is replicated in modern street furniture, but you can still find an original French cannon near Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.

The Jacquard loom, which used punch cards to replicate textile patters much like modern computer software and 1804!

The Replication crisis is a methodological crisis where many studies are difficult or impossible to replicate or reproduce. A poll of 1500 scientists reported 70% had failed to reproduce at least one other's experiment and 50% failed to reproduce one of their own experiments.

Viruses may not be living organisms; "First seen as poisons, then as life-forms, then biological chemicals, viruses today are thought of as being in a gray area between living and nonliving: they cannot replicate on their own but can do so in truly living cells"

A woman replicated Pavlov's dog experiment with a plant.

Chlamydia is named after the Chlamys, a cloak worn by men in ancient Greece, because Chlamydia "cloaks" itself inside your own cells to replicate.

Treatment of HIV includes ART (antiretroviral therapy) which involves the use of three or more ARV drugs. This treatment plan is not a cure but can prolong an infected person's life because it helps to control the viral replication and it strengthens their immune system.

There is an emerging fetish called "oviposition". Those with the fetish use a special dildo (ovipositor) to lay gelatin eggs inside the body cavity of their choice in order to replicate the sensation of an alien or an insect laying in egg inside the person.

The Chinese motor industry often plagiarises the style of popular cars, with lookalike Landrovers, Porsches, Audis and Mercedes. They even get close to replicating the actual logos.

51-year-old Canadian spent $30,000 to transform multiple rooms in her house to replicate the Starship Enterprise