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June 11 2022
Amazon sells more e-books than printed books.
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We'd rather know something bad is coming than not know what to expect.
October 4 2023
Children who are breastfed tend to have an IQ seven points higher than children who are not.
October 3 2023
Forensic scientists can tell how long it has been since death by looking at the species of insect on the body.
October 2 2023
Turkeys were once worshipped like gods.
October 1 2023
Around 50% of the US lies beneath the ocean.
September 30 2023
The U.S. government poisoned alcohol during Prohibition to deter people from drinking.
September 29 2023
In Excel, to highlight the whole row (horizontal) use Shift + Spacebar, and to highlight the whole column (vertical), use Control + Spacebar.
September 28 2023
Fruit-flavored snacks are made with the same wax used on cars.
September 27 2023
The Papuan language of Rotokas only has 11 letters, making it the smallest alphabet.
September 26 2023
Entire Data of the world can be Stored in 4 grams of DNA.
September 25 2023
One pomegranate can hold more than 1,000 seeds.
September 24 2023
In 1788 the Austrian army attacked itself and lost 10,000 men.
September 23 2023
You have tiny maggot-like beings in your eyelashes that feed off your skins natural juices.
September 22 2023
After an online vote in 2011, Toyota announced that the official plural of Prius was Prii.
September 21 2023
The smallest bone in the body is the stapes bone, which is located in the ear.
September 20 2023
So once the Sun has eaten up the planets, it will then collapse. It will still weigh a huge amount, but it will be about the size of Earth. After this phase it will be called a white dwarf.
September 19 2023
The first car accident occurred in 1891, in Ohio.
September 18 2023
Christmas was illegal in the U.S. until 1836 as it was considered an Ancient Pagan Holiday.
September 17 2023
The Sun Bear has the longest tongue of all bear species 8 to 10 inches long.
September 16 2023
A 2018 study of Hitler's teeth, held in Moscow, claims to prove he died after taking cyanide and shooting himself in the head in 1945.
September 15 2023