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400The Sun is 400 times wider than the Moon but also 400 times further away so they appear exactly the same size in the sky.
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1975In 1975, Bermuda, a man on a moped is killed by a passing taxi. A year later, the man's brother is killed while riding the same moped, at the same intersection, by the same taxi driver, who was carrying the same passenger.
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1938In 1938, a baby fell out of a 4th floor window and onto a man sweeping the street named Joseph Figlock. They were both injured, but survived. About one year later, the same baby fell out of the same window and was caught by Joseph Figlock.
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16180339887The Golden Ratio Also known as the Golden Mean or the Golden Section, this is an expression that describes universally perfect proportions in sciences such as architecture and anatomy. Approximately 1.6180339887, two quantities are considered to be in perfect golden ratio if the ratio of those two quantities and the larger one is the same as the ratio between the larger and smaller ones.
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40minus 40C is exactly the same temperature as minus 40F
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23In a room of just 23 people there’s a 50% chance that two people have the same birthday. It's called the Birthday Problem. In a room of 75 there's a 99% chance of two people matching.
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"Same" definitions:

Same —adj. 1 (often prec. By the) identical; not different (on the same bus). 2 unvarying (same old story). 3 (usu. Prec. By this, these, that, those) just mentioned (this same man later died). —pron. (prec. By the) 1 the same person or thing. 2 law or archaic the person or thing just mentioned. —adv. (usu. Prec. By the) similarly; in the same way (feel the same).  all (or just) the same 1 nevertheless. 2 emphatically the same. At the same time 1 simultaneously. 2 notwithstanding. Be all (or just) the same to make no difference to. Same here colloq. The same applies to me.  sameness n. [old norse]