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Today I Learned 🎓 5 Jul, 16:31
TIL in 2001 Stan Lee was given the opportunity to re-imagine DC's Justice League and he made Batman black, Wonder Woman Hispanic and The Flash a teenage girl. [Source]
Today I Learned 🎓 5 Jul, 15:01
TIL that people have been living in the multi-storey buildings of Taos Pueblo for over 1,000 years, the longest continuously inhabited place in the USA. [Source]
Today I Learned 🎓 5 Jul, 14:01
TIL the so-called "discovery of hunger" took place in April 1967; the US Senate noticed families in the Mississippi Delta and across the US were dying of starvation as local officials blocked their access to food aid. This led to the creation of WIC and the reform of the Food Stamp Program [Source]
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Today I Learned 🎓 5 Jul, 11:31
TIL about Inky, an octopus at New Zealand's National Aquarium, that escaped by slipping out of its tank and slithering down a drainpipe into the ocean. One expert commented, "None of this is surprising or atypical of octopus behavior." [Source]
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Today I Learned 🎓 5 Jul, 10:31
TIL Stephen Hawking is believed to be the longest living person ever with ALS at 55 years since diagnosis. ALS can kill in months, with less than 20% living past 10 years. [Source]
Today I Learned 🎓 5 Jul, 07:31
TIL that the modern-day hoodie was invented in the 1930s by Knickerbocker Knitting Company, which eventually became the brand 'Champion' [Source]
Today I Learned 🎓 5 Jul, 06:31
TIL that despite being vegetarian, hippopotamuses are considered the most dangerous terrestrial animal on the African continent, killing more people than any other animal. On average, they are responsible for the deaths of almost 3,000 humans every year. [Source]
Today I Learned 🎓 5 Jul, 04:31
TIL that the Nazis branded Einstein's theory of relativity to be "Jewish physics" and published a book "One Hundred Authors Against Einstein". When asked how he could win an argument against so many people Einstein replied that one fact was more powerful than 100 scientists [Source]
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Today I Learned 🎓 5 Jul, 03:01
TIL the "Chameleon Effect" is how people subconsciously copy other people. This mainly includes accents, facial mannerisms, and vocal inflections. People who can hear and separate musical notes are more susceptible to the Chameleon Effect, they also come across as more empathetic or nice to others. [Source]
Today I Learned 🎓 5 Jul, 02:31
TIL that when band leader Miles Davis checked into a hospital for routine tests, doctors suggested he have a tracheal tube implanted to relieve his breathing after repeated bouts of pneumonia. The suggestion provoked an outburst from Davis that led to an intracerebral hemorrhage which killed him. [Source]
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Today I Learned 🎓 5 Jul, 02:31
TIL Mt. Rushmore was traditionally known as the Six Grandfathers (Tȟuŋkášila Šákpe). Named by Lakota medicine man after a vision of the six sacred directions: west, east, north, south, above, and below; said to represent kindness and love, full of years and wisdom, like human grandfathers. [Source]
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Today I Learned 🎓 5 Jul, 00:31
TIL in 1980 the US Supreme Court ruled 8-1 that the Sioux Nation had been deprived of rights granted in Fort Laramie Treaty of 1868. The Sioux rejected the decision⁠—monetary compensation was not enough [Source]
Today I Learned 🎓 5 Jul, 00:31
TIL that Atilla the Hun died of a nosebleed. On his wedding night, he drank heavily and passed out in his bed. He then had a severe nosebleed and choked to death on his own blood. [Source]
Today I Learned 🎓 5 Jul, 00:31
TIL that in the 1700s, pills made out of the element antimony were taken orally as a laxative for constipated bowels. Once they passed through, they were retrieved from the excrement to be used again. Some families passed down the same pill from one generation to the next. [Source]
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Today I Learned 🎓 4 Jul, 22:31
TIL that not only did the infamous Wicked Bible of 1631 contain the misprinted commandment "thou shalt commit adultery", but also that it contained "God hath shewed us his glory and his great-asse" instead of "greatness", suggesting that the errors were actually a sabotage. [Source]
Today I Learned 🎓 4 Jul, 20:31
TIL about a unit of 'shyness' called a dirac, named after the famous theoretical physicist and father of quantum physics, Paul Dirac. Known for his succinctness, his colleagues jokingly defined 1 dirac as 1 word per hour. [Source]
Today I Learned 🎓 4 Jul, 19:31
TIL when Fidel Castro was 14 he wrote a letter to Franklin Roosevelt & asked him for a 10 dollar bill because he admired America. [Source]
Today I Learned 🎓 4 Jul, 19:31
TIL the 'Ghost Army' was created in 1944 as the first tactical deception unit in US Army history to fool the German Wehrmacht. They used inflatable tanks, fake radio traffic, sound effects, and created phony headquarters with bogus officers. This was kept a secret for decades after the war. [Source]
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Today I Learned 🎓 4 Jul, 19:31
TIL a woman gave birth to her own grandchild. 61-year old Cecile Eledge served as the gestational surrogate for her son and his husband, carrying to term a baby created from her son's sperm and her son's sister-in-law's egg. “I just never hesitated,” Eledge said. “It was unconditional love." [Source]
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Today I Learned 🎓 4 Jul, 19:31
TIL that in 2018, Judge Judy made $147 million, and she films her show 52 days a year. Thus, in 2018 she made ~$2.8 million a day when working. [Source]