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Abraham Lincoln served as the 16th president of the United States. Before he became a politician, he was a champion wrestler. He only lost one match in his career.
Mexico City is currently sinking by about one meter (3.28 feet) per year. As the city population grows and water demand increases, the problem will only get worse.
The Back to the Future script was rejected dozens of times before Universal Studios bought it. One of the reasons was the scene in which Marty kisses the young version of his mother in 1955.
Drake's 'Nice For What' was streamed more than 10 million times in a day on Apple Music. God’s Plan won the titles of most-streamed song on Spotify in 2018.
The women’s world record for 100 metres of 10.49 seconds set by Florence Griffith Joyner in 1988. The men’s record for 100 metres of 10.4 set in 1920s.
Daniel Defoe changed his last name around the age of thirty-five from Foe to Defoe. He thought his new name sounds more aristocratic.
The Vietnam War was a military conflict between North Vietnam and U.S.-aided South Vietnam. North Vietnam was supported by the Soviet Union, China, and other communist allies.
The first city to reach of population of one million people was Rome in 133 B.C. - London reached the line in 1810 and New York in 1875.
Stephen King was disappointed in Stanley Kubrick's “The Shining” adaptation. King said: “Parts of the film are chilling, charged with a relentlessly claustrophobic terror, but others fell flat.”
By the end of 1975, ABBA had released its Greatest Hits.The band released this greatest hits compilation after only three albums.
In fact, approximately 80,000 components come together to make a F1 car.Engine is the most expensive part of the F1 racing car. It costs $7 million - $10 million.
J.K.Rowling ,author of the Harry Potter series, is the first author to gross a billion dollars for her books. Harry Potter has sold over 400 million copies over the world.
WWII casualties totaled between 50 and 70 million people. More than 80% of this total came from four countries: Russia, China, Germany, and Poland.
The Northern Hemisphere is home to approximately 7 billion people which is around 90% of the earth's total human population of 7.8 billion people.
Carpenter's “The Thing” arrived two weeks after E.T. Steven Spielberg's film was a huge success and featured a friendly alien and a happy ending. Carpenter's movie featured an evil alien and ambiguous ending.
The study, by Dianna Kenny, a professor of psychology, says “Popular musicians’ lifespans were up to 25 years shorter than the comparable US population.”
In 1978, DC Comics published Superman vs. Muhammad Ali - an oversize comic in which Muhammad Ali defeats Superman and saves the world.
Before finding fame as a novelist, ‘The Da Vinci Code’ author Dan Brown was a singer. He recorded two albums in the 90s. One album’s name was ‘Angel and Demons’.