Emerson Moser, a senior crayon maker for Crayola, molded approximately 1.4 billion crayons during his 37 year career with the company. Upon retiring, Moser revealed..
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If you’ve ever noticed those radar signs that show how fast you’re driving seem to be a bit off, you’re not the only one. This..
As of publishing this article it has been 10 years since Mr. Rogers’ death and about 50 years since his debut as television host on..
The Venus Flytrap is only native to a 60 mile radius area in Wilmington, North Carolina and less than 5% of the insects it consumes..
During his life and soon after his death Alfred Nobel’s name was synonymous with war, weapons manufacturing, and dynamite (his most famous invention). It wasn’t..
Once your cell phone, or any GPS enabled device, detects itself reaching a speed greater than 1,000 knots (1,200 MPH) at an altitude of 60,000..
Most people are aware of the Titanic, known for a short time as being virtually unsinkable, which only managed to last four days of service..
Avocados may be loved by many people but to much of life on Earth they can also be highly poisonous. Dogs, cats, cattle, goats, rabbits,..
The word factoid is often used incorrectly by people when they present short bits of verified, correct, and true information. Ironically the word factoid is..