- Colombian fanatics introduced their pal’s lifeless physique to a soccer healthy
- The world’s smallest computer measures just one cubic millimetre.
- Brazilian Wandering Spider bites can cause an erection for four hours
- Some hair bands manufactured in China are made of recycled condoms.
- Voodoo is practiced to provide food and drink to the spirits.
In 1898, 14 years before the Titanic sank, Morgan Robertson wrote a book about a ship called the “Titan” that crashed into an iceberg and sank.
The book is Futility or The Wreck of the Titan. In addition to having the same outcome (crashing into an iceberg and sinking, the fictional “Titan” and the real-life “Titanic” had other bizarre similarities. They were both over 800 feet long. They both were known as “unsinkable”. They both sunk in the North Atlantic. They both didn’t have enough lifeboats. They both had 3000 passengers.
There’s some big differences too. Most importantly, more people survived from the real Titanic than from the Titan.