20 Hot Facts That Really Helped Break The Ice
One of my favorite books growing up was The Stupendously Strange and Surprising History of the World by Jonathon Green. I enjoy this list of interesting facts, but I don't think it's nearly as strange and surprising as Green's book is. Green's book is so strange that I don't think that I've been able to find any other books that are quite as strange as his book. In my opinion, it should be required reading for everyone. If you're not familiar with Green's book, it's a history of the world written by a historian who doesn't believe in history. The book starts by looking at how humans first appeared on Earth. Green begins with a theory that humans are an experiment, and then looks at evidence supporting the hypothesis. He then looks at how life first appeared on Earth. One of the ideas that Green suggests is that we're all characters in a cosmic play. The reason why humans have a tendency to think that they're special is because it would be odd if they were just characters in a cosmic play. I enjoy this list of interesting facts because I feel the same way.