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So I got a lot of good feed back from the last round of random keys I gave away. So I am going to do this one a little different. Comment here with a random fact that you find interesting and I will send you a friend request on Steam to send you the key/link. I have 21 and I actually know what these ones are. I already have all of these games and I just want to share them. When we talk I will give you a couple of options for games and I ask that you please take one that you don't already own.
EDIT: I also have one that is for music software.
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Superman without u is a better hero.
Have you heard of Tardigrade? It's and almost immortal animal, it can survive even in outer space! Tardigrade: most indestructible species
There is a fruit that tastes like chocolate pudding. The black sapote is a smooth, chocolate pudding-like persimmon fruit. It has a great taste when ripe and can be eaten plain as a dessert or used in a recipe.
North Korea and Cuba are the only places you can't buy Coca-Cola. ...https://bestlifeonline.com/world-facts/
If you rub an onion on your foot – within 30 – 60 minutes you will be able to taste it, I heard this a few times in last 2 weeks probably because we Serbians eat a lot of it, some even think eating a lot of onion and drinking Rakija saves from Corona virus.. Just sayin xD
Did you know silaiva is a painkiller?
Did you know that Pablo Escobar was so rich that he burned 2 million dollars just to keep his family warm because they were freezing? :D
Also, he spent thousands of dollars just on rubber bands so he could hold the money stacks together! :D
An Echidna Has a Four-headed Penis
A gynandromorph is an organism that contains both male and female characteristics. A gynandromorph can have bilateral asymmetry—one side female and one side male
13-year-old Hogwarts student Crybaby Myrtle in the Harry Potter films was played by Scottish actress Shirley Henderson, who was 37 at the time of filming.
Wasn't it Moaning Myrtle?
Yes, i use google translate, didn't know what she was called in the original (in English)
When shooting Terminator 2, the minigun - which was used in the scene which Arnold shot the cops but killed no one - was too heavy that no one else but Arnold himself could move it.
I mean he was a beast of man.
Dolphins sleep with one eye open Im just shocked now
Cuttlefish can change their skin color and shape like octopuses, sometimes flash between different colors to confuse prey, and are very smart, but only live for two years.
There are researches that are showing water has a memory.
If you write something on the bottle, it reacts to it.
Also ithey hand out same water to different people than examine they found out it is always similar with the same person.
PS: In India they used to make water rest for a night and they would put flower next to it.
Maybe there was something elders knew but we forgot.
Sound you are creative person,congratulations!
Octopods have more than 1 heart :)
When a neutrino pass through pure water, it creates an effect called cherenkov radiation wich look like a blue spark. Some say it is becaues inside the water the neutrinos goes faster than light.
To observe these neutrinos and those effects, we constructed places called Super-kamiokande wich are HUGE ! filled with gold photo sensors and with hundreds of tons of pure water !
There is a fruit taste like a chocolate pudding. the fruit is native to south america and they called it black zapote
The Sun, our Sun, is a third generation star. You know, stars get old, internal fusion gets out of fusionable elements, can't hold own gravity, explodes in a supernova. The remnants of that supernova form a cloud, then gravity attracts the dust, and when enough material gathers together, they form a new star. The Sun has gone twice already from that process. Since not all the elements from the previous supernova formed the current Sun, but planets and meteorites and us humans, we are in fact star dust.
Also, while most of us is CHON (carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen), for life as we understand we need some more heavier elements. Most of those elements aren't formed during normal fusion in the star, but in the incredible energies unleashed in supernovas. If the Sun were first generation, we wouldn't be here. So in fact we're not only star dust, but we are here because we are star dust.
Extra trivia: Jupiter is a failed star. It's on the edge of the minimum mass for it to start having hydrogen fusion and become a star. If Jupiter had 10-20% more mass, this would have been a binary system, and probably we wouldn't be here either, star dust or not.