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Anime facts you had no idea about

Let’s enjoy these following interesting facts on Anime – Anime facts you had no idea about

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1. The highest grossing anime film of all time is Spirited Away. Bringing a total of $275 million world wide.

2. Sazae-san is the longest running anime. Created in 1969, the show has 6430+ episodes.

3. Sally the Witch, created in 1966 was the first of the “Magical Girl” anime genre.

4. The original English dub of One Piece created by 4Kids who edited the episodes so heavily that the original 143 episodes were cut down to 104.

5. Code Geass is sponsored by the Japanese branch of Pizza Hut. Despite the fact that the series is set in an alternate reality, Pizza Hut is seen ordered many times.

6. “Over 9000!” was a translation error. The power level was actually “Over 8000!”

7. Bleach was originally rejected due to similarities to Yu Yu Hakusho.

8. Sailor Moon creator and Hunter x Hunter creator are married.

9. When Inuyasha began airing in November 1996, one of the most heated discussion was related to the length of Kagome’s skirt.

10. Animated Japanese films and television shows account for 60% of the world’s animation-based entertainment.

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Collection of the most amazing facts about paint

Let’s dive in this collection of the most amazing facts about paint ever:

1. The color of royalty


Purple is the color of royalty

The color purple became associated with royalty because at one time only aristocrats could afford the expensive pigment. During Roman times, it took 4 million crushed mollusk shells to create one pound of purple pigment.

2. Oil paints

Those who loves this kind of famous art all know that oil paints don’t dry. Instead they harden due to oxidation, usually in about two weeks, and are ready to be varnished in roughly six months. However, sometimes it takes years for an oil painting to fully harden!

3. The discovery of a third color

The Greek philosopher Plato is credited with the discovery that you can mix two different paint colors together to produce a third color.

 4. The very first painting

The first interior painting or funny pics was done roughly 40,000 years ago in what is now France by prehistoric cave dwellers, who employed stencils in some of the work and even “spray-painted” by blowing paint through hollow bird bones.

 5. Paint colors for healing

Do you know the awesome fact that various paint colors can help the body heal itself. For example, red can often help depressed people regain vigor, while green has been shown to relieve stress, for entertainment.

 6. Shades of green

There tend to be more shades of green than any other in commercially available paint colors because the human eye can distinguish more variations of green than of any other color.

7. Paint disposal and recycling

Latex paint is recyclable, but oil-based paints are considered hazardous waste and should be disposed of by a qualified waste management organization. Remember that all paint should be properly eliminated to avoid contamination of public utilities.

8. The first paint roller invention

In 1940 Canadian Norman Breakey invented the first paint roller. He didn’t profit from it because he never patented it. During World War II, an inventor working for Sherwin-Williams also created a roller brush because the hogs’ hair used for paintbrushes was unavailable thanks to the war.

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Elephants can help human about fighting cancer

Here is one of the most amazing elephant facts and news: new research has uncovered the secret to elephants’ cancer-fighting prowess or much more animal facts here

In a study published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Assn., scientists reveal that African elephants have 20 copies of a gene called TP53. This gene is prized by cancer researchers because of its ability to create a protein that suppresses tumors; in fact, scientists often refer to it as the “guardian of the genome.”

Humans, on the other hand, have just one copy of TP53.

The crucial gene keeps cells safe from cancer in two ways, according to Dr. Joshua Schiffman, a pediatric oncologist at the University of Utah’s Huntsman Cancer Institute in Salt Lake City and a senior author of the study.

“When there is DNA damage, it rushes onto the scene and stops your cells from dividing so the DNA can be repaired,” Schiffman said. “It also coordinates cell death or suicide.”

Humans inherit one allele of TP53 from each of their parents, and both of them must be functional to fight off cancer. Studies show that if one of the alleles is defective, cancer is certain to develop sooner or later.

Joshua Schiffman, M.D., and Lisa Abegglen, Ph.D., of the Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah, are researching mechanisms that may explain why elephants rarely get cancer.

Joshua Schiffman, M.D., and Lisa Abegglen, Ph.D., of the Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah, are researching mechanisms that may explain why elephants rarely get cancer.

With respect to cancer, patients with inherited Li-Fraumeni Syndrome are nearly the opposite of elephants. They have just one active copy of p53 and more than a 90 percent lifetime risk for cancer. Less p53 decreases the DNA damage response in patients with Li-Fraumeni Syndrome, and Schiffman’s team wondered if more p53 could protect against cancer in elephants by heightening the response to damage. To test this, the researchers did a side-by-side comparison with cells isolated from elephants (n=8), healthy humans (n=10), and from patients with Li-Fraumeni Syndrome (n=10). They found that elephant cells exposed to radiation self-destruct at twice the rate of healthy human cells and more than five times the rate of Li-Fraumeni cells (14.6%, 7.2%, and 2.7%, respectively). These findings support the idea that more p53 offers additional protection against cancer.

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Weird but true facts

If you’re bored and have some minutes to kill, then why not check out this awesome list of the top most random and funny science facts .

  1. The longest time between two twins being born is 87 days.
  2. The world’s deepest postbox is in Susami Bay in Japan. It’s 10 metres underwater.
  3. In 2007, an American man named Corey Taylor tried to fake his own death in order to get out of his cell phone contract without paying a fee. It didn’t work.
  4. The oldest condoms ever found date back to the 1640s (they were found in a cesspit at Dudley Castle), and were made from animal and fish intestines.
  5. In 1923, jockey Frank Hayes won a race at Belmont Park in New York despite being dead — he suffered a heart attack mid-race, but his body stayed in the saddle until his horse crossed the line for a 20–1 outsider victory.
  6. Everyone has a unique tongue print, just like fingerprints.
  7. Most Muppets are left-handed. (Because most Muppeteers are right-handed, so they operate the head with their favoured hand.)
  8. Female kangaroos have three vaginas
  9. Billy goats urinate on their own heads to smell more attractive to females. The person who invented the Frisbee was cremated and made into frisbees after he died!
  10. During your lifetime, you will produce enough saliva to fill two swimming pools. If Pinokio says “My Noes Will Grow Now”, it would cause a paradox.
  11. Polar bears can eat as many as 86 penguins in a single sitting. (If they lived in the same place)
  12. King Henry VIII slept with a gigantic axe beside him.
  13. Bikinis and tampons invented by men.
  14. An eagle can kill a young deer and fly away with it.

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The tiger facts may surprise you so much

Even if you’re a zoology expert and have many years of researching about amazing animal factsthis list might just surprise you. These are some fun facts you have never known before about tigers  for kids White tiger

  • The tiger is the biggest species of the cat family.
  • Tigers can reach a length of up to 3.3 metres (11 feet) and weigh as much as 300 kilograms (660 pounds).
  • Subspecies of the tiger include the Sumatran Tiger, Siberian Tiger, Bengal Tiger, South China Tiger, Malayan Tiger and Indochinese Tiger.
  • Many subspecies of the tiger are either endangered or already extinct. Humans are the primary cause of this through hunting and the destruction of habitats.
  • Around half of tiger cubs don’t live beyond two years of age.
  • Tiger cubs leave their mother when they are around 2 years of age.
  • A group of tigers is known as an ‘ambush’ or ‘streak’.
  • Tigers are good swimmers and can swim up to 6 kilometres.
  • Rare white tigers carry a gene that is only present in around 1 in every 10000 tigers.
  • Tigers usually hunt alone at night time.
  • Tigers have been known to reach speeds up to 65 kph (40 mph).
  • Less than 10% of hunts end successfully for tigers
  • Tigers can easily jump over 5 metres in length.
  • Various tiger subspecies are the national animals of Bangladesh, India, North Korea, South Korea and Malaysia.
  • There are more tigers held privately as pets than there are in the wild.
  • Tigers that breed with lions give birth to hybrids known as tigons and ligers.

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