Skip to content
Internet Fact Database
Menu and widgets
The largest recorded snowflake was in Keogh, MT during year 1887, and was 15 inches wide.
The eruption of Krakatoa in 1883 was the loudest sound in recorded history, heard 3,000 miles (4800 KM) away.
Gorbachev recorded an album of Russian romantic ballads in 2009.
There are parts of the Atacama Desert in Chile where no rain has ever been recorded.
We hate the recorded sound of our voice because our skull changes its resonance from within and creates more bass.
Paul McCartney recorded an ultrasonic whistle audible only to dogs at the end of “A Day in the Life”.
On her 120th birthday, the oldest person ever recorded said: “I only have one wrinkle and I’m sitting on it.”
The highest race horse speed ever recorded was 43.97 mph (70.76 km/h).
The longest kiss ever recorded lasted 58 hours, 35 minutes and 58 seconds.
August 2014 was the warmest August ever recorded globally.
The Longest sniper kill ever recorded was shot from 2,475 meters (1.54 miles) away. The bullet took over 6 seconds to reach its target.
The fastest, most drastic temperature change ever recorded was a 49 °F (27 °C) rise in just two minutes.
The highest temperature ever recorded in Antarctica is 58.2°F (14.5°C).
The highest recorded body temperature in a human being was a fever of 115.7°F (46.5°C).
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appeared on an episode of The Simpsons. He recorded his lines over the phone from the Ecuadorian embassy in Britain, where he has been granted asylum.
In 2012, Singapore, a country of 5 million people, went 80 days in which not a single robbery or theft was recorded.
The highest blood alcohol content ever recorded was .91%, more than twice the typical lethal limit and eleven times more than legally drunk.
Rain has never been recorded in parts of Chile’s Atacama Desert, the driest place on Earth.
The first recorded use of Marijuana was in China, over 4700 years ago.
Of the past 3,400 years, humans have been entirely at peace for 268 of them, or just 8% of recorded history.