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29 September 2014Edit

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28 September 2014Edit

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27 September 2014Edit

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26 September 2014Edit

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25 September 2014Edit

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  • ... that when asked why he writes such strong female characters, Joss Whedon (pictured) replied, "Because you're still asking me that question"?
  • ... that the most stable known isotope of ununpentium, 289Uup, has a half-life of only 220 milliseconds?
  • ... that Hovdala Castle in Sweden belonged to the same family from 1651 to 1944?
  • ... that the Memel communist labour leader Hermann Suhrau later became a Nazi Party member?
  • ... that according to a tradition a passage under Constantinople linked the Byzantine Cistern of Aspar with the Hagia Sophia?
  • ... that the fossil ant genus Archiponera is known from a single pair of fossils described in 1930?
  • ... that the Swiss politician Josi Meier once declared, "Women belong in the house ... in the House of Representatives!"?
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24 September 2014Edit

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23 September 2014Edit

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22 September 2014Edit

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21 September 2014Edit

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20 September 2014Edit

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19 September 2014Edit

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18 September 2014Edit

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17 September 2014Edit

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16 September 2014Edit

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  • ... that on the evening of September 15, 2008, the pattern of lights in the windows of the Ford World Headquarters (building pictured) spelled out "Happy 100 GM", in honor of Ford's chief rival?
  • ... that the red-tailed chipmunk feeds mainly on seeds and berries but has been caught in traps baited with meat?
  • ... that civil engineer Mike Cottell was an early contributor to computer-aided design, and software he developed in 1970 was still in use thirty years later?
  • ... that mushroom ketchup dates back to the 18th century in the United Kingdom and United States?
  • ... that Craig Borten first sold a script for Dallas Buyers Club in 1996, but the film was not released until 2013?
  • ... that Jaggermeryx naida was named in honor of Mick Jagger due to its large, sensitive lips?

15 September 2014Edit

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14 September 2014Edit

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13 September 2014Edit

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12 September 2014Edit

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11 September 2014Edit

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10 September 2014Edit

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9 September 2014Edit

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8 September 2014Edit

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7 September 2014Edit

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6 September 2014Edit

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5 September 2014Edit

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4 September 2014Edit

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3 September 2014Edit

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2 September 2014Edit

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  • ... that the Zorlu Center (pictured) contains Istanbul's largest performing arts center and Turkey's first Apple Store?
  • ... that a 1959 hazing death from choking on a quarter-pound piece of raw liver was the inspiration for the 1977 film Fraternity Row?
  • ... that Aleksander Lesser was one of the first artists to paint scenes from modern Polish Jewish history?
  • ... that the Paete Church was established as an independent parish in 1580 by Franciscan priest Juan Plasencia?
  • ... that Justin Holland was an American classical guitarist, music pedagogue, community leader, and equal-rights activist for African-Americans?
  • ... that on a sunny day, one can tell the time on Sutton High Street in London despite not having a watch?
  • ... that the recycling of nutrients in the ocean due to whale poop is referred to as the "whale pump"?

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