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Japanese inventors have invented a Bonsai Tree called 'Air Bonsai' that will literally float in the air.
As if Bonsai trees weren’t cool enough. The Air Bonsai uses the power of magnets to repel the plant away from its base, giving the illusion of levitation.
Marcellus Gilmore Edson originally invented peanut butter to be marketed as product for people who had no teeth and could not chew on solid food.
Nutella was invented during WWII, when an Italian pastry maker mixed hazelnuts into chocolate to extend his short supply of chocolate.
Adolf Fick, the inventor of contact lenses got the idea from popcorn kernels stuck in his teeth.
It took the inventor of the Rubik's cube one month before he was able to solve the Cube for himself.
Before the invention of the microscope, early doctors didn't know that tiny parasites were the causes of many diseases.
Corn Flakes were invented as part of John Harvey Kellogg's anti-masturbation crusade.
Pretzels were invented by an Italian monk who used the treats as a bribe to get kids to memorize scripture.
Before the invention of the hair dryer, it was common for men and women to dry their hair using a vacuum cleaner.
Nachos were invented in 1943 by a guy named 'Ignacio Nacho Anaya'.
A British Airways flight to Dubai was forced to return to Heathrow Airport because someone took a dump that smelled so bad it was unbearable for passengers.
'Grammar Pedantry Syndrome' is a form of OCD where someone has a compulsive desire to correct every grammatical error.
Colors fade in the sun because, over time, their molecules are being ripped apart by sunlight's high-energy UV light.
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