FACT OF THE DAY
November 23 2021
We'd rather skew the facts than change our beliefs about people.
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Astronaut Alan Shepard played golf on the Moon after he smuggled a golf ball and club on to the NASA Apollo 14 mission to the Moon in 1971.
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The space between your eyebrows is called the Glabella.
March 24 2022
In older versions of Little Red Riding Hood, the girl and the wolf eat grandma together.
March 23 2022
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March 22 2022
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March 21 2022
Acacia trees can warn each other of danger.
March 20 2022
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March 19 2022
A mole can dig a tunnel 300 feet long in just one night.
March 18 2022
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March 17 2022
Scott is the ninth commonly used surname in Scotland. Top three surname include Smith, Brown and Wilson.
March 16 2022
Ketchup was sold in the 1830's as medicine.
March 15 2022
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March 14 2022
Animals were put on trial in medieval times and routinely sentenced to death.
March 13 2022
Babe Ruth only won four world series in 15 seasons with the New York Yankees.
March 12 2022
Want a quick way to unfreeze a frozen phone? Plug it into its charger.
March 11 2022
Michelle Pfeiffer Catwoman costume on "Batman Returns" was vacuum sealed once she was fitted into it. She had a short amount of time to perform before she could become light headed and pass out.
March 10 2022
Putting information in bite-sized pieces helps us remember. Your short-term memory can only hold on to so much information at a time, which is why you use "chunking" to remember long numbers.
March 9 2022
Orville Wright, the inventor of the first successful airplane, was involved in the first aircraft accident in history. Orville survived but his passenger died.
March 8 2022
Many of the Egyptians died at the age of 30 about 3000 years ago.
March 7 2022