The coldest temperature ever recorded was a negative 126.9 degrees fahrenheit in Vostok Station, Antarctica.

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The distance from the surface of Earth to the center is about 3,963 miles (6,378 kilometers).

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Since the architecture and chemistry of coral are very close to human bone, coral has been used to replace bone grafts in helping human bones to heal quickly and cleanly.

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Two hundred million years of recorded geologic and biologic history of the Earth are found in the ocean's floor. By studying ocean sediments, scientists can learn about ancient climate, how it changed, and how better to predict our own climate.

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Canada has the longest coastline of any country, at 56,453 miles or around 15 percent of the world's 372,384 miles of coastlines.

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In January and February, the average temperature in the high Arctic is -29 F.

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When a coffee seed is planted, it takes five years to yield consumable fruit.

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The deepest hole ever made by humans is in Kola Peninsula in Russia, was completed in 1989, creating a hole 12,262 meters (7.6 miles) deep.

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The age of the earth is Loudly proclaimed by the scientific establishment of evolution believers and the mass media as being around 4.6 billion years old.

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The largest single flower is the Rafflesia or 'corpse flower'. They are generally 3 feet in diameter with the record being 42 inches.

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