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People Explain Which Completely True Facts Are The Hardest To Believe
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Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction.

I can't tell you how many writers have looked at their whimsical works of fiction and thought "no one would ever think of this."

Only to turn on the news and see reality is crazier.

Ever since 2015 began the 2016 election cycle, the people at "The ONION" must nearly be out of ideas.

Certain facts sound wild but truth is truth.

And truth is a mess.

Redditor edder24 wanted to get into the details about some cold hard facts. So they asked:

"What 100% FACT is the hardest to believe?"
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People Share The Most Disturbing Facts They Know
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Ever take a look online?

It certainly feels like everything about the world, as of writing, is awful, terrible, and just downright no good. While there's positives out there to be found, don't purposefully overlook the subjectively bad stuff.

There's knowledge to be gained from this practice, so be sure to look at the dark and bleak facts of the world.

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People Share The Least Fun Facts They Know
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Have you ever learned something and immediately thought... "Nevermind, I don't wanna know!"

I think we've all been there.

The worst has to be a bad medical diagnosis.

Knowing you or a loved one will pass and there is no way around it.

So then you have to just sit and wait.

Because facts are facts.

Life is littered with truths can be just be... too much.

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People Dispel Myths That Are Still Widely Believed Today
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How can an entire race stay so gullible for so long?

There are lies that we are still being fed and swallowing to this day.

Myths have a long shelf life, even when proven false.

We need to start digging deeper and then settle with reality.

I guess childhood naivete really is hard to let go of.

Redditor GlamourzZ wanted to expose some long overdue truths. They asked:

"What’s a myth/pseudoscientific belief that has been debunked many times, but people still believe?"
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