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30 Of The Most Weirdest History Facts Of The World

The planet that we live in has a vast history that we have already passed. History lessons at school often turn into boring classes where a bunch of names, years and facts are teched. Most of us have fallen asleep or found it very boring to go through them. But with, thousands and thousands of years of human history, we share a whole lot of interesting facts that are not included in the history books that are used in School.

These awesome facts might not be interesting in a positive way all the time. You might get to learn that almost every race of people as slaves to another race of people at some point or the other in the course of time in this world. Isn’t that disturbing and interesting at the same time to learn that it has happened to almost every race of people who had to go through the same situation at various points of time, but modern education and society only remembers the most recent reports.

This all started when a Reddit user asked a question from his fellow Redditers Doyouareisstupid. This made his question become a hub for all of these weird facts that no one really knew about. But now, this collection of information gives people the chance to know a bunch of weird things about the world that we live in.

We collected 30 of those amazing and weird pieces of information for you. You can scroll down to check it out and upvote your favorite weird fact about our world. Let us know what you think in the comments sections below!

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#3

Not so much disturbing as it is funny (at least to me).

The Kettle War. Long story short, Spain (The Holy Roman Empire) and the Netherlands (The Seven Republics of the Netherlands) were beefing. One boat from Spain engaged in a fight with a Dutch naval ship. One shot was fired. The only victim of that cannonball was a pot of soup that was cooking. The Spanish ship then surrendered. / ImANuckleChut

#8

The US Government has a literal gigantic dossier of classified operations hidden from the public, no brainer. What's shocking are things they've actually declassified.

Among these documents is the detailing of one of the largest human experiments in history, when the US dropped a bacteria-infused fog on the city of San Francisco to test how well "germ-based" biological warfare could prove by masking it with natural fog, which occurred back in the 1950s.

It was widely successful. A specific case is that of Edward Nevin, who passed away from Serratia marcescens, a bacteria that makes bread turn red. It had spread to his heart from a UTI and he passed away

In 1977, the government released a thoroughly detailed report at the testament of Nevin's grandson. Nevin's grandson tried to sue the government for wrongful death, but the court held that the government was immune to a lawsuit for negligence and that they were justified in conducting tests without subjects' knowledge. According to The Wall Street Journal, the Army stated that infections must have occurred inside the hospital and the US Attorney argued that they had to conduct tests in a populated area to see how a biological agent would affect that area.

Imagine what they're hiding. / Shirozaru

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Written by Alex Bradley

Reading, creative writing, poetry writing, language learning and grappling with literature have been my passions since I was young. Keen interest in cinematography and music feilds. Completed my Ordinary and Advanced levels in languages stream successfully. I have taken part in European Union missions in Sri Lanka. I have also completed my certificate courses in programming. And also a student and working in Tourism and Hotelling. Apart from writing, i am a vocalist and environmentalist.

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