February 3, 2006
• Researchers at Mensa have hypothesized that if a child was raised and taught mathematics in base 32 he would be able to solve complex equations nearly four times as fast than if he had learned base 10.
• Only 12 percent of monetary transactions around the world involve physical currency.
• Since its sweeping westernization, sushi has seen a sharp decrease of popularity in Japan.
• According to a report published by the Department of Homeland Security, most cases of stolen identities are the result of password guessing.
• Gravel contains roughly one percent of bone matter by volume.