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Inventions named after their inventors.
You are never more than 10 feet from a spider--ever.
No ice cream sodas for you.
The most expensive books in the world.
You do this 72 times a minute.
That's a lot of money.
Oysters, apples and figs, oh my!
When was the last time you mingled your soul?
The single most effective form of torture.
The Colossus of Rhodes, The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, and more ancient wonders.
The engineering wonders of the modern world.
What's the difference between a handgun and a pistol?
The largest nuclear-powered ship in the world.
THE most popular holiday for grilling out.
Japan has started whaling again.
What's the Difference Between Venomous and Poisonous?
The most hazardous summer injuries are caused by...
Do you feel secure in your home?
Was there a real King Arthur?
Are you a grinder or a gnasher?
How heavy was the biggest dog ever?
What is the divine number?
Do you think you know ethnic foods?
Power poses and body language.
Do you know what to do at 3 this afternoon?
How would you like to live in Texlahoma?
Is the moon ever really full?
Have you ever had black rice?
They have inspired fear and awe for millennia.
We wouldn't have modern cities without this.
The last chance for fairies to travel the Earth.
The monarch of the insect kingdom.
Is there a donut recipe in the Bible?
One of the most recognizable scents to adults.
Where did the Easter bunny come from?
Why was Tax Day moved from March 15 to April 15?
You'll never make a monkey out of me.
Just how tall IS the tallest tree in the world?
Do you dare to believe these April Fools facts?
Is there really a 'dark' side of the moon?
The tragic story of William Sitgreaves Cox.
How can we feed 9 billion people?
The most internationally understood phrase in the world.
A bad day to be Caesar.
Did you remember to spring ahead?
What do the ashes mean?
Did President Kennedy really call himself a jelly doughnut?
Have trouble sleeping? It's more dangerous than you think.
As old as civilization itself.