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You may be a Tom Cruise fan and would like to learn more about him. He is a Scientologist, stands 1.7m tall and has had several marriages. He is also a professional wrestler. Here are some facts about him.

Tom Cruise is 1.7m tall

Tom Cruise is one of the most successful Hollywood stars, but he's still incredibly short. He is just 1.7m tall which is half the height of most of his co-stars. He has been open about his height but also said that he is sensitive about it. In 2011, he disclosed that his height was ten feet shorter than Jack Reacher of Lee Child’s thriller series.

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These are five interesting facts about livers

The liver is responsible to detoxify toxins and store vitamins and minerals. It helps maintain a steady body temperature and regulates blood pressure.

Is it not often that we hear people say "I feel sluggish today" and "my head feels heavier?" These symptoms could indicate liver problems.

Other symptoms include itching, yellowing of the skin, heavy urine, yellowing of the skin, fatigue and nausea. These aren't all warning signs. You should immediately consult your doctor if you have any of these symptoms.

The liver, an essential organ, is vital. It plays a role in detoxification, digestion, metabolism, immunity, and reproduction.

  1. The average adult human liver is approximately 1,400g.
  2. A baby's liver is about half the size of an adult's at birth. It grows to be about four times bigger by age three than an infant's.
  3. The liver can be found just below the rib cage, on the left side.
  4. There are 16 major lobes of the liver. But there are also many smaller ones.
  5. There are approximately 10,000,000 red blood cells in the liver.

Which is the most mysterious spot on Earth?

Antarctica is one of the most mysterious places on Earth.

Why do we find this place so intriguing? Because it is unlike any place on Earth.

It is isolated, remote, and very hard to visit. This site has more to it than meets your eye.

This natural wonder is also home to some of the strangest wildlife species.

Let's look at how this extraordinary destination became so mysterious.

Antarctica, The South Pole

No one knows exactly why Antarctica was named Antarctica. Some believe it refers to "land of ice". Others think it comes from Greek mythology.

Antarktis was an ancient Greek name that was given to the island where Zeus and his twin brothers, Zeus. According to legend, one twin was born in winter. Thus, the term antarctic.

Others believe the name was derived from the Greek words tropos, which means turn, and anti, meaning against. This would signify land turned away the sun.

Whatever the reason, Antarctica has always held a special fascination for people.

It is the highest, coldest, windiest, dryest, and most populated continent. Because it is too frigid, there are no trees, animals, or plants.

This frozen wasteland is still alive.

It houses approximately 90% of all Earth's living organisms. You can find approximately half the world's species of animal and plant plants here.

And what makes Antarctica such a unique environment? Here water freezes to ice and not evaporates into the atmosphere.

This causes large masses to form of ice which float high above the ground.

These floating glaciers cover over 80%. They're getting bigger every year.

Since 1960, the Antarctic ice sheets has grown 60ft.

If the melting continues, sea level could rise up to 200ft. It could result in massive flooding all over the world.

This does not mean that everyone is wrong. Some scientists claim that global warming could be good for us. According to scientists, global warming could be good for us because the melting of the ice sheets will accelerate, which can lead to floods that release toxic chemicals into our soil and bodies.

But others warn that this theory sounds like a plot from a science fiction movie.

What is one of the most amazing facts about the human body

We have two eyes, two ears, two nostrils, four limbs, a mouth, a nose, and a penis. Yes, more than 50 parts to our bodies. But one thing is missing. A heart.

A heart is the pump that circulates blood throughout a body. Blood travels through the arteries and veins, carrying oxygen and nutrients to the cells and removing carbon dioxide and waste products.

The heart pumps out about 5 liters per minute. This is equivalent in daily coffee consumption to an adult who consumes approximately 2 to 3 cups.

Blood flows through the heart 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Your heart beats nearly 100 times a minute while sleeping.

The color of someone's skin can tell if they are healthy or not. Capillaries are tiny blood vessels visible on the skin's surface. These small vessels carry blood away from the large blood vessels in the skin back to the heart. The skin turns blue or violet when blood flow becomes blocked.

People suffering from sickle cell disease have no red blood cells. They become very sick when their blood becomes hardened and sticky.

You can use a bandage to stop bleeding if your cut is severe. Blood must continue to flow to allow the wounds to heal properly. To do this, doctors will insert a needle through your skin into the vein adjacent to the injury. This allows the blood to drain from the injured area.

Doctors can also insert catheters into the artery close to the area where the bloodclot has formed. This keeps the patient alive till the blood clot dissolves naturally.

What dark secrets can Hollywood keep from you?

Hollywood is full secret societies. There are many secret societies in Hollywood. Some are cult-like, where members adhere to strict rules and rituals. Others are clubs for people who share similar interests.

There are also other, more evil organizations that control large parts of the industry. There are companies like the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America), who sets film ratings and the RIAA, which sets music licensing fees.

Many unions and guilds represent actors, directors writers, producers, and others. Large corporations own most major studios and networks of television.

It doesn't really matter how secretive an organization may appear, there is always someone who knows exactly what they do. But that doesn't mean we should fear them.

Instead, we should embrace them. Because they can help us make better decisions.

These people tell us what movies and songs will succeed, and which books will sell best.

These help us to decide what we'll watch, read, listen, and buy.

We can trust them and can disregard their advice if it is not in line with our preferences.

We choose to ignore them and they become even more powerful. They are the supreme arbiters of taste.

They can be ignored if you don’t like what they have to say.

Let's now take a look into some lesser-known but very real Hollywood secret societies.

Observe why they are important.


  • In fact, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, you make 15 to 30 gallons of tears each year, which is insane when you think about it. (romper.com)
  • According to a 2018 study published in Free Radical Biology & Medicine, this is because blood pressure is regulated by our innate circadian rhythm and internal clock. (romper.com)
  • A 2012 paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reported that people blink about 15 to 20 times each minute, meaning, if you do the math, you spend about 10% of the time that you're awake blinking. (romper.com)
  • It might not sound like something that's truly plausible — and it is quite rare — but according to a 2015 study published in the Asian Cardiovascular & Thoracic Annals, it's possible to hurt yourself and even break a rib just by sneezing. (romper.com)
  • Your mouth makes a lot of saliva every day It might seem like way too much, but your salivary glands typically produce anywhere from 0.5 and 1.5 liters a day, according to a 2009 study published in the Journal of Medicine and Life. (romper.com)

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Which is the scariest film ever made?

Ask 10 people and you'll get 10 different answers.

Some people love horror films. Others enjoy sci-fi flicks. Some people prefer comedies.

No matter your preferences, everyone has seen some truly frightening movies.

These are ten top-rated scary movies from the past, such as "Halloween" or "Paranormal Activity".

  1. "CabinFever" - "CabinFever" is considered to be one of scariest zombie movies. It depicts a virus that causes humans to turn into zombies after death.
  2. "Thir13en Ghosts," - Based on the true story Jack the Ripper's serial killer, "Thirteen Ghosts," features a group teenagers who are possessed by ghosts.
  3. "Pulse", an action thriller, is about a man that was robbed and left in his home during a violent crime spree. He must use only the items from his house to fight off his attackers.
  4. "The Descent," one of the first found-footage horror movies, is about a group of strangers who go underground to find adventure. Things quickly go horribly wrong once they reach their destination.
  5. "Get Out" - Jordan Peele is known for making one of the most frightening horror films ever made in 2017. "Get Out" portrays a young black photographer who visits his white girlfriend for the holidays. When he arrives, he discovers dark secrets come to light.
  6. "Paranormal Activity", (2007) - "Paranormal Activity", was the first movie made from found footage. It featured a new twist on ghost stories, starring Katie Featherston.
  7. "Audition” - Japanese audition means to appear before an audience and be judged. This is exactly what happens when Kiyoko, a high school student, waits to find out if she will be a pop star.
  8. "Saw" Series - After years of making low budget horrors, James Wan grew tired of coming up with ways to shock audiences. Jigsaw was created by Wan, who decided to take a break.
  9. "Tales From the Crypt" - With each passing year, "Tales From the Crypt" becomes more and more horrifying. Over the decades, Hollywood has released many sequels featuring the crypt keeper terrorizing various cities in the US.
  10. "Carrie," 1976. "Carrie," introduced viewers to telekinesis. This powerful supernatural ability is known as "Carrie". Carrie White can simply think about moving objects.

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