Strange Interesting Facts
The search for strange interesting facts goes on within a myriad of contexts and through a host of different reasons. Some of these reasons are sane given that this unusual information may be just what is needed to spark a presentation, or as a critical fact relevant to an opinion paper, or simply as a desire to learn new things.
While some bits of information may seem strange to some, it is the fruit of the request and serves to answer a specific need. During the course of world history, including some odd facts about animals, or the oceans, our world never ceases to amaze us as we discover an abundant of different things. For those who always wish to keep up with the constant and evolving world, we endeavour to help you uncover these pieces through comments and opinions.
Strange Interesting Facts:
You may not know that the number of bones in the human body of an adult differ from
the number of bones in an infant. The adult human has 206 bones whereas the infant has from 300 - 350. The difference is accounted for because not all bones in an infant are fused until years later.
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Updated: March 18, 2012
More strange interesting facts:
One of the football players in the Super Bowl was reputed to have been a grocery packer at one time before playing in the NFL. Who is it?
Fact: Quarterback Kurt Warner of the Arizona Cardinals
What can you use to clean the air in your house that is not a chemical spray?
Fact: Houseplants. They can act as natural air filters.
What simple solution can you use to reduce ionization from electrical equipment in your office environment?
Fact: A fresh bowl of warm water is an effective and inexpensive way.
Do you know what a back washer is?
What is impossible to do when you sneeze?
What food item floats on water when sugar is added?
Alexandre Gustave Eiffel designed the Eiffel Tower and also the inner structure of what dominant structure in the United States?
In medieval England, what beverage was oftenn served with breakfast?
What country is one-quarter the size of the State of Maine?
How many grooves are cut into the circumference of a U.S. quarter?
How many beds did Louis XIV have?
Talk about common and odd at the same time is to know how many people
had the name Smith in the 1975 Manhattan phonebook.
Do you know how many Oscar awards Walt Disney Productions had by 1977?
How many drops of water does it take to fill a teaspoon?
What famous blind entertainer was told by his teacher that he couldn't play
the piano or sing?
Which woodwind instrument is considered to be the most difficult to play well and correctly?
What was the first manufactured product exported from the United States?
The famous nineteenth century bullfiget who was known as Lagartijo killed how many bulls through his career?
What did ancient Egyptians use to rest their head on when they slept?
Famous celebreties often change their real name. What was Dean Martin's real name?
In what decade was the term "geriatric" first developed? Was it
1940s, 1950s, 1960s,1970s, or 1980s<
In what year did the practice of identifying baseball team players begin by
What famous college was founded in 1636 and was surrounded by a tall stockade?
Is Bamboo a tree?
Who was the first person to direct the first talking picture?
What language consists of only 340 words?
How many members were in the American air force at the beginning of
World War 1?
How long does it take for Vintage port to mature?
Why is a bubble round?
What was the first coin minted in the United States?
How many years does it take for one layer of cork to grow on a cork tree?
Where did the term "doubleheader" originate from?
What weighs more, hot or cold water?
What college forbade all students to play football?
What for famous lawyers in the U.S. never went to law school?
How many descendents of Johann Sebastian Bach have been church orgainists?
What society bowled as we do today only doing it 7,000 years ago?
What mineral substance conducts sound 10 times faster than air?
Who invented the game known as lacrosse?
How much bigger is the sun compared to the size of earth?
What is the act of snapping your fingers called?
Which is the world's widest river?
Why is Chicago called the windy city?
Why do Mexicans call Americans "gringos"?
Why do we call a computer problem a 'bug'?
Where did the term "rookie" come from?
Why do we use tombstones?
Where did the term "Tin Pan Alley" come from?
How many movies are made in Hollywood on an annual basis?
Why is the self-employed professional called a "freelancer"?
How did Clark Kent get his name?
Whatever happened to Mortimer Mouse?
Why did men start to shave their faces?
In a democracy, what we mean by the fourth and fifth estate?
Where did the term "Rob Peter to pay Paul" come from?
How do you get coffee out of material without using a modern chemical cleaner?
What natural product can you use for chapped lips?
Fact: Benjamin Franklin.
How do you clear your sinuses with natural product?
What natural garden product was worn by 17th century Londerers to protect them against the great plague?
What former Cardinals first baseman believed there was only
one hit in a bat?
What was the first U.S. coin in circulation to
feature a President's likeness?
Where did 'sold down the river' come from?
Where did the term 'hat-trick' used in hockey originate?
How many thunderstorms are there across the world at any one time?
What two states in the U.S. do not engage in daylight saving?
Where did the term 'sidetracked' come from?
Where did the term 'blonde bombshell' come from?
Who was Moma Lisa in da Vinci's famous masterpiece?
Where did the expression 'frog in his throat' come from?
Fact: First started in the 1930s in US when a red carpet led passengers to the Twentieth Century Limited, a first class train from New York to Chicago.
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