Did you know that there's a horse out there who could do math? No? Well, uh, it's not true in the strictest sense anyway. In 1891, Germany was astonished by a stallion named “Clever Hans”, who could deduce answers to simple arithmetic problems. But here's the kicker: it wasn't until later that it was discovered he was picking up on subtle cues from the asker's body language. But let's talk about temples, for a change of subject – if you think Vatican City is big, wait until you hear about Angkor Wat in Cambodia! This religious structure holds the title of being the largest in the world. It was built for Vishnu, the Hindu god of preservation, between 1122 and 1150 AD in the reign of King Suryavarman II. On a different note, a woman got stuck to her chair at home one day in 2002; not because she couldn't get up but because her skin started attaching itself to fabric of said chair! The 550-lb 75-year old also suffered fractures when police tried removing her from attached state before finally passing away in hospital month later.
The guy who designed the “Batman V Superman” costumes also designed the SpaceX suits.
Humans may have domesticated grains for beer before bread.
A Titanic passenger managed to get a message-in-a-bottle to his mother before the ship sank.
The first international war crime trial happened in the Holy Roman Empire.
The voice of Tigger was an inventor.
“Jolene” was written about a red-headed clerk that crushed on Dolly Parton’s husband.
Germany made America a submarine before they got involved in WWI.
Despite not having cows, a Hong Kong dairy farm makes thousands of bottles of milk a day.
A deer was caught munching on human remains in the woods.
The gin and tonic was at first a way to fight malaria.
Brazilian plantation owners hated losing their slaves so they overthrew the monarchy.
William McKinley was killed right after removing his good luck carnation.
NYC used to have a mail network of tubes.
A Civil War veteran made a makeshift guillotine to kill himself in a hotel room.
Female hangingflies demand a food gift before a male can mate with her.
Buzz Aldrin conducted a communion service on the Moon.
Usain Bolt was given a 3-ton piece of the Berlin Wall.
A morbidly obese woman couldn’t be removed from her home.
The largest religious structure in the world is in Cambodia.
A horse answered math questions by looking at the body language of the asker.