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#1 The Woolly Mammoth Was Still Alive 
When The First Pyramids Were Built

The Woolly Mammoth was still roaming the earth in 650 BC, when the first pyramids were being built. These creatures died off well before civilizations arose, but the pyramids are still here.

#2 When Star Wars Premiered 
France Was Still Beheading People

The last execution in France, by guillotine, was on September 10th of 1977. That was the same year that Star Wars premiered.

#3 While People Were Traveling The OregonTrail, 
The Fax Machine Was Invented

In 1843 The Great Migration began, with settlers traveling the Oregon Trail. At the same time, the first fax machine was developed by Alexander Bain. If only these people could have faxed themselves to where they were going.

#4 Will Smith Is Older Than Uncle Phil 
Was When "Fresh Prince" Began Filming

James Avery, who played Uncle Phil, on the hit show "The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air," was 45 years old when the show began. Will Smith turned 45 in September of 2013. He was only 22 when his mom got scared and he went to live with his auntie and uncle in Bel-Air.

#5 There Are Whales Living In The Ocean Today Who Were Alive When Moby Dick Was Written

Moby Dick was written in 1851 and astonishingly enough, there are some whales, that were swimming in the ocean at that time, that are still alive. Some bowhead whales, tthat have been living off the coast of Alaska, are over 200 years old, placing their birth at around 1814.

#6 T-Rex Had A Better Chance Of Chasing You Than Being Chased By A Stegosaurus

Contrary to what we all imagine when think of the T-Rex attacking the Stegosaurus, there was more time between each of these species inhabiting the earth than between the T-Rex and us. The Stegosaurus lived over 150 million years ago, while the T-Rex only came into existence 65 million years ago.

#7 We All Live In The Past

We all live in the past least 80 milliseconds in the past, that is. That is the lagtime between when an event occurs and when our conscious mind becomes aware of it. David Eagleman believes that it already happened before our brain catches up. That may explain deja vu.

#8 Today's Smart Phone Contains Everything 
In This 1991 Radio Shack Ad

Everything in this ad from just 23 years ago now exists in one device - the smartphone. In this ad Radio Shack is advertising great deals on computers, answering machine, CD players, radar detectors, video cameras, cassette players,speakers, mobile phones and speed dialing. Now we get a computer that fits in our hand that has an answering machine, plays music, has a GPS system, takes pictures and video, and makes calls.

#9 In 2 Minutes We Take More Pictures 
Than Were Taken During The Entire 1800's

With the invention of the Smart Phone, it is estimated that we will take 880 billion photos this year. That's more than the amount of pictures taken in all of the 1800's. On the left is the first picture ever taken. French inventor Joseph Nicephore Niepce took it from the window at Le Gras in 1826.

#10 Betty White Is Older Than Sliced Bread

In the case of Betty White, the saying "older than sliced bread" is true. The actress was born in 1922, and sliced bread wasn't invented until 1928, by Otto Frederick Rohwedder.

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