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#65 Mar 26, 2013
Major earthquakes can set the whole Earth ringing like a giant bell. The frequencies are too low for the human ear to detect, but they can be measured by sensitive seismographs. After a Chilean earthquake in 1950, with a magnitude of 8.7 on the Richter scale and an intensity of 11 on the Mercalli scale - the Earth reverberated for a month.

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#66 Mar 27, 2013
The Star Trek franchise includes six series: The Original Series, The Animated Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise, totaling 726 episodes.

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#67 Mar 27, 2013
Charles R Darwin wrote:
The Star Trek franchise includes six series: The Original Series, The Animated Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise, totaling 726 episodes.
Here's the sad thing, I have them all ven the animated on laserdisc.

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#68 Mar 27, 2013
Spooky Mulder wrote:
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Here's the sad thing, I have them all ven the animated on laserdisc.
I have most of TOS on VHS and the first two years on DVD.

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#69 Mar 27, 2013
The Amber Alert System based on the kidnapping and death of Amber Hagerman, was instituted in the UK on April 1, 2007.

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#70 Mar 27, 2013
The 5 Great Lakes, Erie, Huron, Michigan, Ontario and Superior contain 20% of the world's fresh water. If the contents of of all 5 Geart lakes were suddenly released, the water would cover the lower 48 states to a depth of almost 9 feet.

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#71 Mar 28, 2013
Research carried out in California suggests that the weight of the Internet approximates that of a large strawberry or small egg.
The results were carried out by Professor John D. Kubiatowicz, of Berkeley University, California, using Albert Einstein’s E=mc² formula. Kubiatowicz claims that the electrons that make the Internet work weigh around 50 grams (approx 2 ounces).
Kubiatowicz’s research came about following suggestions that “each book loaded onto an Amazon Kindle e-reader makes the device very slightly heavier”.
Kubiatowicz had responded to the question “When an e-reader is loaded with thousands of books, does it gain any weight?” in the New York Times late last month.“In principle, the answer is yes,” he said,“[but] the amount is very small, on the order of an atogram [10-18 grams]. This amount is effectively unmeasurable.”
Einstein’s E=mc² formula states that energy and mass are directly related. Using this formula, Kubiatowicz calculates that filling a 4GB Kindle to its storage limit would “increase its weight by a billionth of a billionth of a gram, or 0.000000000000000001g”.

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#72 Mar 28, 2013
atogram [10-18 grams]

That's 10 to the -18th power...
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#73 Mar 28, 2013
The average vomit contains 10 ounces of puke.

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#74 Apr 1, 2013
There are several explanations for the origin of April Fools' Day, but here is the most plausible one. April 1st was once New Year's Day in France. In 1582, Pope Gregory declared the adoption of his Gregorian calendar to replace the Julian calendar and New Year's Day was officially changed to January 1st. It took awhile for everyone in France to hear the news of this major change and others obstinately refused to accept the new calendar, so a lot of people continued to celebrate New Year's Day on the first of April - earning them the name "April fools." The April fools were subjected to ridicule and practical jokes and the tradition was born. The butts of these pranks were first called poisson d'avril or "April fish" because a young naive fish is easily caught. A common practice was to hook a paper fish on the back of someone as a joke. This evolved over time and a custom of prank-playing continues on the first day of April.
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#75 Apr 1, 2013
Hey D, Dizzyland was slammed. A sea of confusion. It's really not a good place to go on a holiday weekend.

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#76 Apr 2, 2013
KY adoptees read the rules and laws

http://laws.adoption.com/statutes/kentucky-la...

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#77 Apr 5, 2013
There are more than 500 million domestic cats in the world, with approximately 40 recognized breeds

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#78 Apr 5, 2013
Spooky_on_vacation wrote:
Hey D, Dizzyland was slammed. A sea of confusion. It's really not a good place to go on a holiday weekend.
I went to a local theme park and it was mobbed as well. I concur on avoiding them on holiday weekends.

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#79 Apr 8, 2013
Buddha is Sanskrit for "the enlightened one," and he is regarded as the founder of Buddhism. Buddha's given name was Siddhartha, the family name Gautama, and the clan name Shakya or Sakya. Three major events of the Buddha's (c 563-483 BC) life - his birth, Enlightenment, and entrance into final nirvana - are commemorated in all Buddhist countries but not everywhere on the same day. In countries observing the Theravada tradition, the three events are all observed together on Vesak, the full moon day of the sixth lunar month, which usually occurs in May. Among Buddhist holidays, the birthday of the Buddha (Day of Vesak) is the most important.

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#80 Apr 9, 2013
The most precipitation to fall in one year in the U.S. is 739 inches, which was recorded in Kukui on the Hawaiian island of Kauai from December 1981 to December 1982.

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#81 Apr 10, 2013
The word library derives from the Latin liber 'book.' In ancient times, there was no difference between a record room or archive and a library. The earliest known library was a collection of clay tablets in Babylonia in the 21st century B.C. The extensively catalogued library of Assurbanipal (c 7th century B.C.) in Nineveh was the most noted before that at Alexandria (3rd century B.C.). The first public library was established in 330 B.C. in Greece for the preservation of the work of the great dramatists.

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#82 Apr 11, 2013
Giraffes sleep only 1.9 hours a day in five- to 10-minute sessions. Koalas, however, are the longest-sleeping mammals, sleeping up to 22 hours a day.

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#83 Apr 11, 2013
The restaurant 'White Castle' is America's 1st and oldest hamburger chain.

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#84 Apr 12, 2013
In Lander, Wyoming, it is illegal for adults to take a bath more than once a month once the cold weather arrives. Children cannot take a bath at all during the winter.

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