Top Caffeine Facts
1. Caffeine is made of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen: the same as cocaine, thalidomide, nylon, TNT and heroin.
2. Caffeine makes you more open minded to find viewpoints that contradict your own.
3. In 2010, a man swallowed two spoonfuls of pure caffeine, and quickly collapsed and died.
4. Apples, not caffeine, are more efficient at waking you up in the morning.
5. Apples are more efficient at waking you up in the morning than caffeine.
6. Caffeine makes it easier for us to be persuaded.
7. Apples are more effective at keeping people awake in the morning than caffeine.
8. Caffeine makes you more open-minded to viewpoints that contradict your own.
9. A Starbucks grande coffee has 320 milligrams of caffeine, over 4x the amount of caffeine in a Red Bull.
10. If you drank 42 cups of coffee in one sitting, the caffeine overdose would kill you.
11. Caffeine is more addictive than marijuana.
12. Caffeine is more physically addictive than marijuana.
13. Caffeine overdose can potentially lead to hallucinations.
14. Dark-roasted coffee has less caffeine than medium roast. Roasting coffee beans burns off caffeine
15. Caffeine can cause you to be more open-minded to viewpoints that contradict your own.
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