Answer: approximately 300 gallons of beer are drank in one NFL game
I believe the above estimate is way off! Based upon figures from Invesco Field at Mile Hi, they serve 70,000 beers at any given game, or the equivalent of 700 kegs. Using my college math...a keg holds 15.5 gallons, so that is approximately 10,850 gallons.
Answer: Most of the drinks known today were also known then. Rich Victorians would only occasionally drink beer, beer being considered a drink for commoners; but coffee, tea, wines, and spirits like brandy, port, liqueurs and whiskey were regular fare. Rich Victorian ladies were supposed to stick to non-alcoholic beverages and wines (and the occasional liqueur). Water - other than for use in tea and coffee and the occasional lemonade - was not a common drink in upper-class Victorian circles.
Answer: It will pass right thru you but if it has any sharp edges it can cut you internally causing bloody stool at the very least! I myself have swallowed many coins etc as a kid and it never caused any problems.
Answer: Well, if you want to be technical, you can. But if you are concerned about drinking bacteria and getting sick then it is probably not such a good idea. When you drink out of a bottle or cup you contaminate the drink with bacteria from your mouth. This bacteria grows over time and could make you sick if you wait too long to drink from it again.
Answer: Cocaine and crack stay in your system for approximately 2-3 days according to health and metabolism. Not to sound patronizing, but if you habitually smoke crack you probably are not healthy, which would put you closer to the three day mark. There is little if nothing you can do to get it out of your system quicker.
Answer: Yes, seawater can be desalinated by freezing. The ice crystals that are formed are pure water and the salt crystals get trapped between them. The salt and ice crystals then need to be separated.
This is not particularly efficient and other ways are more commonly used such as distillation and reverse osmosis.