5 Facts of the Day #46

1. In 2004, Marvel Comics launched Spider Man India where Peter Parker was called Pavitr Prabhakar, Mary Jane was called Meera Jain, and Aunt May was called Auntie Maya.   2. The first webcam watched a coffee pot. It allowed researchers at Cambridge to monitor the coffee situation without leaving their desks.   3. An […]

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5 Facts of the Day #42

1. When Menelik II, emperor of Ethiopia, felt unwell, he would eat a few pages of the Bible.   2. Paris, France, was the first western capital to have a mayor of African descent in 1879.   3. The “Fi” in “WiFi” doesn’t mean anything. The creators just called it that because it rhymed with […]

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5 Facts of the Day #40

  1. If you use iTunes, you have already agreed not to use Apple products to create nuclear weapons.   2. There’s a Nikola Tesla statue that radiates Free Wi-Fi in Silicon Valley.   3. The city of Guangzhou, China is also known as the Chocolate City due to its increasingly population of 20,000 Africans. […]

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5 Facts of the Day #38

1. Casu marzu is a Sardinian cheese that contains live maggots. The maggots can jump up to five inches out of cheese while you’re eating it, so it’s a good idea to shield it with your hand to stop them jumping into your eyes.   2. Between 1900 and 1920, Tug of War was an […]

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5 Facts of the Day #36

1. In Uganda, 52% of the population is below the age of 15 years.   2. Recycling one glass jar saves enough energy to watch TV for 3 hours.   3. In England, in the 1880’s, “pants” was considered a dirty word.   4. Panphobia is the fear of everything.   5. Samuel L. Jackson […]

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5 Facts of the Day #34

  1. Elvis Presley’s manager sold “I hate Elvis” badges as a way to make money off people who weren’t buying his merchandise.   2. Bacon was used to make explosives during World War II.   3. In 1997, a woman from Louisville left actor Charles Bronson all of her money in a handwritten will […]

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5 Facts of the Day #32

  1. All British tanks since 1945 have been equipped with tea making facilities.   2. Margaret Bell, who kept bees in Leintwardine, about 7 miles from her home in Ludlow, Shropshire (England), died in June 1994. Soon after her funeral, mourners were amazed to see hundreds of bees settle on the corner of the […]

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5 Facts of the Day #26

  1. The most popular item in Walmart is bananas. They sell more bananas than any other single item they have in stock.   2. In 2014, a missing woman on vacation in Iceland was found when it was discovered that she was in the search party looking for herself.   3. Samuel L. Jackson has […]

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Facts Of The Day #25

5 Facts of the Day #25

1. Doctors’ sloppy handwriting kills more than 7000 people annually.     2. All the American flags on the moon have been bleached white by radiation from the Sun.   3. Former football/soccer player Lee Todd, earned the fastest red card in football/soccer history. 2 seconds after the whistle, he said “F*ck me, that was […]

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5 Facts of the Day #24

1. The leg bones of a bat are so thin that no bat can walk.   2. Nutmeg is extremely poisonous if injected intravenously.   3. According to Chinese acupuncture, there is a point on the head that you can press to control your appetite. It is located in the hollow just in front of […]

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