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 1. The navy is now teaching sailors Celestial Navigation as a response to potential cyber-attacks to ship navigation systems.

2. There is a class of people in Japan referred to as Cyber Homeless who live at cyber cafes because.

 they are a cheaper alternative than an apartment. The cafes offer free showers and sell underwear.

 3. Swedish blood donors receive a thank you text after they donate blood, but they also receive a text whenever their blood is used to help someone.

4. top-level Santa Claus can make up to $100,000 a year. There is a Santa Claus University. poses and how to avoid lawsuits.

 that teaches professional you Santa Claus skills like toy knowledge.

5. The writing was likely only invented from scratch three times in history: in the Middle East, China and Central America. All other alphabets and

the world's - writing systems were either derived from or inspired by others, or were too incomplete to fully express the spoken language.

6.  the world's largest seed banks 1941, created by botanist Nikolai Vavilov, was housed in Leningrad. 

As the Germans surrounded the city forcing mass starvation

 Vavilovto eats from the seed collection, instead slowly dying of hunger as they maintained16 rooms of edible plants.

 7. If Apple didn't hold $181 billion overseas, it would owe $59 billion in US taxes.

8. A man from New Zealand named Nigel Richardsmemorised the French dictionary to win the French Scrabble Championship.

 He cant speak french but was able to correct his opponents when they attempted to play an incorrect word.

9. Elon Musk and Steve Wozniak More than 1,000 experts including Stephen Hawking have signed an open letter urging a global ban on AI weapons systems.

10. When the USS West Virginia was finally raised after being sunk during the bombing of Pearl Harbor,

 three deceased men were found in an airtight storeroom. On the calendar,15 days was crossed off in red pencil.

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 11. A Norwegian student named Kristoffer Kochspent $27 on Bitcoins, forgot about them. A few years later he realized they were worth$886,000.

12. one is expected to know over 28,000 roads and 51,000points of interest and pass a test called The Knowledge To pass the exam, applicants usually need.

13. Lenovo CEO  Yuanqing received a $3 million bonus as a reward for record profits in 2013, which he in-turn redistributed to about 11,000 Lenovo employees. He made a similar gift of $3.22 million again in 2013.

14. Indian housewives hold 10% of the world's gold. That is more than the reserves of the USA, Switzerland, and Germany put together.

15.  Daniel Craig has the privilege of taking any, For his time as James Bond, Aston Martin from the factory for the rest of his life. The lucky bugger.

 16.the entire caterpillar will break down into a liquid, During the process of becoming a butterfly, twelve appearances and 34 months of preparation.

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17, Western Haircuts. Most Islamic countries are not so crazy about Western culture.

 In fact, they would do just about anything to keep the people as far away from their influences possible.

18. They believe there are a few haircuts but hairstyles that are simply too European. Mohawks, mullets, spikes, and ponytails are illegal in Iran.

19. Emo Style.Good news for everyone who hates Goth and Emo clothing.

20.  If you happen to travel to Russia by any chance, you'll be relieved to find that such a dress code has been banned from schools.

21.  government buildings, and just about every public place. Emo kids wear a lot of black, facial piercings, and black hair with fringes covering half their face.

22.  The Russian government feels that the trend is dangerous for teenagers, encouraging anti-social behavior, depression, and suicide.

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23.  They even went as far as to refer to the style as quot; a threat to national stability. quote, In 2008, Russia banned Goth and Emo music.

24.  as well as all clothing but styles related to the trend.

 Driving. Saudi Arabia has a patriarchal society, and Islamic law clearly defines gender roles.

 25. Sure, there no written law preventing women from driving in Saudi Arabia. But still, no authority issues licenses to women.

26. So far, Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world that prevents women from driving.

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27. Porn Featuring Small Breasts. According to the Australian Classification Board (ABC)

28. women with A-cup breasts are not really women. If you like watching porn featuring women with small breasts, you secretly love children.

 29. Sure, laws against actresses that are under 18 starring in porn are best.

 30. the ABCfeels that small breasts make women look as if they're under

31.  While there no law preventing you from watching porn featuring small cup sizes

32.  the ABC did reject several movies solely on breast size.

 33.  Game video  Consoles. Back in 2000, the Chinese government thought kids the mind but youngsters were wasting too much time playing.

34. the games,  video so they decided to ban game consoles, hoping this would encourage them to study or work harder.

35.  Plus, they considered the violent content of these games potential for moral decay.
36.  The law involved restrictions in manufacturing marketing game video consoles, Nevertheless'' non-console video games are still permitted, which makes the law pretty ineffective.

37. Reincarnation. Sure, this may not seem like a big problem for most of us, but Buddhist monks in Tibet are.

interesting fact facing quite an issue here.

38. The law was an attempt by the Chinese government to keep Buddhist monks under control, particularly to diminish

39.  the Dalai Lama influence in the region. So, without prior approval of the Chinese government, they cannot seek reincarnation.

40. the Yellow Clothing. Not being allowed to wear and your favorite yellow sweater?

41. What a nightmare! And it, not just T-shirts, but everything yellow, from belts to hats, wristbands, even shoelaces.

42. In 2011, the Malaysian ''government'' banned the color yellow in clothing, but because it was the color of a group of opposition activists.

43. The decision was particularly strange given the fact that yellow is a royal color in Malaysia, very popular because Malaysians tend to look good in it.

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44. Chewing Gum, It happened to all of us: having a piece of chewing gum stuck to our shoe, or even worse.

 45. to our hand when reaching under, the table or chair in a restaurant or some other public place.

46. in 1992, selling and using chewing gum in Singapore has been illegal.

47. The law was meant to keep but the streets and public places clean.

48. It seems Singapore was filled and with used chewing gum, from elevators to gum sticking to subway doors.

49.  which even caused delays in the subway system, world  McDonald.

Banning McDonald's sounds crazy for most of us.

50. In Bolivia, it is not a law, but a decision of the people.

51. Bolivian cuisine is all about time, love, and care, and the people live by these ancestral laws.

52. Fast-food is against their beliefs.McDonald stood no chance.

53. During its short stay in the country, but almost no Bolivians ate there.

 54. Avatar In 2D, the most interesting fact

This one a cracker, and  The main theme in James Cameron Avatar is people siding with an indigenous.

55. the population against an imperialist force, but China did not like the idea so much but So they thought of a solution: to ban the movie in 2D in China.

56.  it was very simple to prevent the people from watching the movie Since China has almost no 3D theaters.

57. In 1956 the US government set many and containers of beer next to two atomic bombs that were detonated to determine.

58. In Russia, during times of economic disparity or high inflation, teachers in the remote region were paid in Vodka.
 59. In n Out Burger used to let customers add as many extra patties with cheese as they but wanted to their burgers until one group of8 people ordered one burger, contained 19,490 calories, with 100 patties which.

60.  the tallest player in history. Manute Bol, of the NBA, was also the only player in the NBA to have killed a lion with a spear and to have paid 80 cows for his wife.

61. In 1956 the US government set many and containers of beer next to two atomic bombs that were detonated to determine.

62. In Russia, during times of economic disparity or high inflation, teachers in the remote region were paid in Vodka.

 63. In n Out Burger used to let customers add as many extra patties with cheese as they but wanted to their burgers until one group of8 people ordered one burger,

fact in contained 19,490 calories, with 100 patties.

64.  the tallest player in history. Manute Bol, of the NBA, was also the only player in the NBA to have killed a lion with a spear and to have paid 80 cows for his wife.

65. The Jasmine Revolution in (Jasmine ) Tunisia managed to remove the totalitarian regime.

66. This inspired certain Chinese protestors, The solution? ( the country through bloody manifestations )

67. government repressed  The Chinese the protests, and also banned the flower.

68. That right, jasmine is illegal in China, so are all songs that mention it, as well as using the word quot; jasminequot; in text messages.

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69. The authorities in Denmark believe the citizens consume too many vitamins and nutrients, so they banned all fortified food in the country.

70. Yeast-based spreads like Ovaltine and Marmite, fortified breakfast cereals like Rice Crispies, and milk fortified with vitamin D are the main targets.

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71. Originally, the drastic measure in Greece was meant to aim at slot machines and online betting, thus regulating Internet gambling. However.

72.  the law was not clear, with no mention of how to make the difference between gambling games and harmless video games.

 73. video games inside an Internet cafe, This led to a person being arrested for playing, Although a judge declared the law unconstitutional, it still exists.

 74. In October of 1994 Pulp Fiction, Forrest Gump, The Shawshank Redemption and Jurassic Park were all in theatres at the same time.

75. In Japan, there is a hotel that has been in business for more than 1,300 years and all this time it has been operated by the same family for 46 generations.

76.  nuclear power has prevented over 2 million deaths in According to NASA, the past 40 years as a result of lower air pollution from reduced coal usage.

77.  a man who was lost in the woods of Northern Saskatchewan, Canada, In 2010, chopped down some power lines so that workmen would have to come and rescue him.

78.  The Rhinoceros Party was a registered political party in Canada between the 1960sand 90s.

79. a rhinoceros, It was led by Cornelius and promised to repeal the law of gravity and change Canada currency to bubble gum, so it could be inflated or deflated at will.

80.  Princeton junior undergraduate, In 1976 an underachieving wrote a term paper describing.

 how to make a nuclear bomb. He got an Abut never got his paperback because it was seized by the FBI.

81.  not the action of time traveling in itself, Time Travel Well, we've yet to master that one, but the portrayal of time travel.
82. feels that TV shows, movies, The Chinese government and books that focus on time travel tend to show an erroneous image of history, making up myths and false events.

83. Time Travel Well, Therefore, all media that revolves around time travel has become the target of Chinese censorship.

84. Following the results of a series of studies, Baby Walkers, conducted in Canada on babies raised with walkers which showed delayed motor skills.

85.  Since 2004, babies have to learn to walk the old-fashioned way, the government banned all baby walkers, but Selling them is no longer permitted.

86. Remember the old saying quot; you deserve a good, old-fashioned spanking? quot; Well, if the Swedes hear you say this, you might get into trouble.

87. Sure, school spanking should be banned everywhere, but in Sweden, not even parents are allowed to spank their children.

88. government - Sweden was the - first country in the world to ban parents from physically punishing their children.

89. Other countries followed and still, school punishments are allowed in 19 American states.

90. Haggis. Haggis is a traditional Scottish delicacy, a sort of pudding made from sheep heart, liver, and lungs.

91. containing sheep lung has been completely banned, For the last four decades, it has been illegal in the U.S., after food

92. 12However, haggis made in the U.S.A. using alternative ingredients is legal, but it simply the same without the key ingredient.

 92.  Kinder Eggs. Kinder Eggs are made by Italian chocolate company Ferrero and they've has proven to be extremely popular with both kids and adults alike.

93. However, if you live in the United States you will have to cross the border for a KinderSurprise.

94. A 1938 Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act states that candy with an embedded toy or trinket can not be sold in.

95. the USA and this act have prohibited the sale of Kinder eggs in the country.
96.  excessive amounts of ketchup to France felt teenagers were using the detriment of traditional french cuisine, which was, therefore, beginning to lose its originality.
97. So they banned ketchup from school cafeterias, There is, however, one exception to the rule. they are allowed some ketchup on the side If students order french fries,

98. Baby Names, If you live in Denmark and want an original name for your baby, tough luck.24,000 names, 

You have to choose from the list of approved by the government

 99. the Danish government banned creative names altogether, and if you have

 your mindset on a name outside the list, you have to make a special request and ask for permission.

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