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Joined on December 06, 2009

We looked inside some of the tweets by @UberFacts and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
3 days
Average replies
Average retweets
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Tweets with photos
0 / 100
Tweets with videos
22 / 100
Tweets with links
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Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

2. in category Fun

2. globally and in category Fun

3. globally and in category Community

5. in category Community

23. globally

231. worldwide

13 minutes ago

Tom Brady has been to more Super Bowls than every franchise in the NFL except the Patriots

Mark Hamill once visited a terminally ill boy in the hospital and answered every question as Luke Skywalker. The boy's short-term memory was fleeting; at points, he would ask the same question three times in a row. Mark would answer them the same way every time.

After a poacher's trap killed one of their own, two young gorillas teamed up to find and dismantle any remaining traps in their forest At just four-years-old, they learned how to dismantle every trap they found

Surprising facts about sleep 😴 https://t.co/4i7D21W1h4

Sarcasm boosts creative thinking because, in order to understand it, we must overcome contradictions between the literal and intended meaning of sarcastic statements

A recent study found that bee populations in Michigan have increased by 50% since 2018.

Epic facts about dinosaurs 😳 🦖 https://t.co/k1ynPIV3hg

When reheating a slice of pizza in the microwave, placing it next to a glass of water will help preserve its crispiness

A morning poop is healthiest since your body digests the food from the day before while you sleep.

Fierce facts about America's First Ladies 🇺🇸 https://t.co/h3aQwk8A6M

When a female lion is in heat, she can have sex up to 100 times per day.

If you're an adult in America, there's a 50% chance your face is already in at least one police facial-recognition database.

People who trust their gut feelings are more likely to predict the outcomes of future events correctly

The U.S. Navy's submarine periscope controls used to cost $38,000 until 2017, when they realized that $30 Xbox controllers could do the job

People who drink their coffee black are more likely to be psychopaths.

Joker's iconic lip-licking in "The Dark Knight" was actually Heath Ledger's way of preventing his facial prosthetic from falling off

Fantastic facts about Dr. Seuss 📚 https://t.co/bj6ZocShuI

In 1994, Bill gates bought Leonardo da Vinci's Codex for $30,802,500 (equivalent to $53,222,898.79 as of 2019). He had the pages digitally scanned and included some of the images as wallpapers for Microsoft Windows for everyone to enjoy.

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