Eclectic Curiosity

Posted on September 3rd, 2002, by Steve Hardy in Archives, Uncategorized. No Comments

If you’re into global rankings, you’ll want to swing by to peruse their somewhat large collection. You’ll find out which country is the most expensive (Japan), the most polluted (Haiti), the cleanest (Finland), the most illiterate (Niger) and the most visited (France). You can also learn how many billionaires there are in the U.S. (269 – next highest was Japan with 29), how many nuclear warheads Russia has (28,240), the number of internet users in China (only 22 million), and who has the highest proportion of adults in university (Canada with 5997 per 100,000).

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