FACTS OF THE DAY

16 March 2017

In the 30 years since the first Where’s Wally book, Wally has become 80% smaller.

wired.co.uk

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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is to award a $250,000 Disobedience Prize to those who break the rules to change society for the better.

cnn.com

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More than 2,400 nuclear bombs have been detonated since 1945.

youtube.com

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The maps used by self-driving cars will be impossible for humans to read.

arstechnica.com

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A 200-mile-long river in New Zealand has been recognized as a living being and given the same legal status as a person.

thetimes.co.uk

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People in Siberia are offering sex in exchange for plumbing, car maintenance, dog walking, taxi rides, stacking logs, supplying soup or a new sofa.

siberiantimes.com

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