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The radiant eyeball floating atop the pyramid on the back of the U.S. $1 bill is called the “Eye of Providence” and is meant to represent the eye of God watching over mankind–while most people are familiar with this symbol because of the dollar bill, the entire arrangement (the pyramid, the floating eye, the triangle) is actually the reverse of the Great Seal of the United States and not just a design found only on currency.

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Human beings are mostly water, but how much so depends on our age–babies are about 78 percent water, it drops to around 65 percent by their first birthday, and by adulthood we’re roughly 55-60 percent water based on gender (men carry more water because their body composition favors muscle over fat).

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