13 Little-Known Facts About Movies, History, And Science

Do you enjoy learning cool things not a lot of other people know? Yes? Then we have just the thing for you:

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13 Little-Known Facts About Movies, History, And Science - C.J. Jones, who played Baby's deaf foster father in Baby Driver, is himself deaf.Source: Yahoo!

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13 Little-Known Facts About Movies, History, And Science - In the early 19th century, West Point's 1st year curriculum was just math and French.Source: Mathematical Association of America

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13 Little-Known Facts About Movies, History, And Science - The user agreement for a Japanese robot specifically prohibits sex. Source: The Guardian

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13 Little-Known Facts About Movies, History, And Science - A giant paperclip-like creature roamed the seas 68 million years ago. Source: New Scientist

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13 Little-Known Facts About Movies, History, And Science - In 2020, a New Zealand town banded together to save a cat. Source: Whanganui Chronicle

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13 Little-Known Facts About Movies, History, And Science - In Australia, there's a fire that started burning before the pyramids were built. Source: Atlas Obscura

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13 Little-Known Facts About Movies, History, And Science - Rod Stewart took cocaine by putting it up his butt.Source: Ultimate Classic Rock

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13 Little-Known Facts About Movies, History, And Science - Viagra is used for saving premature babies' lives. Source: LiveScience

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13 Little-Known Facts About Movies, History, And Science - The San Diego ZOO has the world's first frozen ZOO.Source: National Geographic

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13 Little-Known Facts About Movies, History, And Science - Eric Bana made $550 off Brad Pitt in Troy. Source: Chicago Tribune

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13 Little-Known Facts About Movies, History, And Science - In First Man, they recorded the sound of Ryan Gosling's breathing with a real lunar helmet.Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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13 Little-Known Facts About Movies, History, And Science - The trash can in the Parasite house cost $2.300. Source: Vulture

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13 Little-Known Facts About Movies, History, And Science - In It, when Pennywise's eyes look in opposite directions, that's not an effect. Source: Digital Spy

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