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Norway has the world’s highest gas prices at $10.12 a gallon of premium gas.
Water, electricity and gas have been FREE of charge in Turkmenistan since 1991.
On average, people pass gas 15 times a day.
A natural gas vent in Iraq known as “The Eternal Fire” has been burning continuously for over 4,000 years.
Natural gas is odorless. The smell is added artificially for safety reasons.
Chemotherapy is a by-product of the mustard gas used in WW1.
Poet Sylvia Plath killed herself at age 30 by placing her head in the oven with the gas turned on.
UPS Delivery Trucks Save 10 Million Gallons of Gas Every Year by Making No Left Turns.
The average driver in the U.S. will spend about US$22,000 on gas during their car’s lifetime.
During the Holocaust, Jewish boxer Salamo Arouch was imprisoned at Auschwitz. He was forced to fight fellow prisoners; the losers were sent to the gas chambers or shot. He survived over 2 years and 200 fights until the camp was liberated.
The U.S. Army admitted it secretly dumped 64 million pounds of nerve and mustard gas agents into the ocean from 1944 to 1970, along with 400,000 chemical-filled bombs and more than 500 tons of radioactive waste.
The company that created Zyklon B, the gas that was used to kill millions of Jews in the Holocaust, still exists as a pest control company.
Even though the Hindenburg was inflated with 7 million cubic feet of highly flammable hydrogen gas, it had a smoking room.
Beans increase flatulence because they carry a type of sugar called “oligosaccharides”, which are hard for bacteria to break down, so they release gas in the process.
In 1986, a volcanic lake in Cameroon, Africa burped a C02 gas cloud that killed 1,746 people in minutes.
California holds 12% of the U.S. population and produces 6.9% of the country’s total greenhouse gas emissions. Texas has 8.5% of the population and produces 12.8%.
When you sneeze, you release an invisible gas cloud along with mucus.
Deforestation accounts for 10% of greenhouse gas emissions.
The use of chemical weapons such as mustard gas resulted in more than 1.3 million casualties during WW1.
The eternal flame at Bullhead City, Arizona, only lasted until city officials received a US$961 gas bill. It has been relighted after complaints by veterans groups.