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#10 - TIL when Einstein was told of the publication of a book entitled, '100 Authors Against Einstein', he replied: "Why one hundred? If I were wrong, one would have been enough."
#9 - Divers searching the wreckage of a boat 100' underwater 3 days after it sunk
#8 - TIL in Finland, speeding tickes are calculated on a percentage of a person's income. This causes some Finnish millionaires to face fines of over $100,000.
#7 - Ten african countries vow to recreate 100 million hectares of lost jungle, twice the size of Europe. World bank & Germany announces funding
#6 - Politicians' Student Loan Fixes Are Flawed - For every additional $100 in government loans to students, colleges raised tuition $65, the Fed found
#5 - The copyright on the song "Happy Birthday" has been found to be invalid. The100 year-old song is now in the public domain.
#4 - AT&T just got hit with a $100 million fine after slowing down its ‘unlimited’ data
#3 - German anti-vaccer wagers € 100,000 to anyone proving the existance of the measles virus. Researcher sends him articles proving the virus' existance and takes him to court where he's ordered to pay the full amount.
#2 - TIL a Russian mathematician solved a 100 year old math problem. He declined the Fields medal, $1 million in awards, and later retired from math because he hated the recognition the math community gives to people who prove things
#1 - India sues Nestle for nearly $100m because lead shouldn't be in noodles.
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