by Collin Miller
#1: The longest time for a human to hold their breath was set by German Freediver, Tom Sietas, with a time of 22 minutes, 22 seconds, he hyperventilated for 19 minutes and 30 seconds straight before going underwater to achieve this almost superhuman feat.
#2: The human brain’s memory capacity is equal to more than a four terabyte hard drive
#3: In 2006 an Australian man tried to sell New Zealand on eBay. The bid rose to 3,000 dollars before eBay shut it down.
#4: In Japan, it’s considered good luck to let a Sumo Wrestler make your baby cry.
#5: If you put a dime in a piggy bank twice a day for two years, you will have over $336,000.
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