Category: More You Know

Random Calendar Info #34

The Blue Forest in Belgium is covered with bluebells in the spring. Lac Assal is one of the saltiest bodies of water in the world. John Adams became the first U.S. president to reside in the White House. The first Godzilla film was in… Continue Reading “Random Calendar Info #34”

Random Calendar Info #35

Google Chrome had 70% of the worldwide web market in 2020. Sesame Street premiered in 1969. American Legion is the largest veterans service organization in the U.S. Benjamin Franklin invented the lightning rod around 1750. There are 14 villages in the small island of… Continue Reading “Random Calendar Info #35”

Random Calendar Info #33

More than 500,000 people are buried in Makli Hill in Pakistan. Bertha’s Beach in Falkland Islands house Gentoo and Magellanic penguins. The first smartphone was in 1994 by IBM called the Simon Personal Communicator. The Statue of Liberty is around 450,000 pounds or 225… Continue Reading “Random Calendar Info #33”

Random Calendar Info #31

Filet mignon steaks are tender but not as flavorful as other steaks. Helen Skelton traveled 2,010 miles through Brazil by kayak. Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin were three world leaders during WWII. The Hobbit was first published in 1937 by J.R.R. Tolkien. A meteor is… Continue Reading “Random Calendar Info #31”

Random Calendar Info #30

The largest countries include China, India, United States, Indonesia, and Pakistan. The Trift Bridge in the Swiss Alps is 330 feet high or 100 meters from the valley floor. Thomas Edison’s concrete homes were a failure in the early 1900s. Sparky the dalmatian is… Continue Reading “Random Calendar Info #30”

Random Calendar Info #29

The Seacrest Wolf Preserve houses gray and Arctic wolves in the U.S. Cal Ripken Jr. broke Lou Gehrig’s consecutive game record in 1995. ESPN first aired in 1979. Some of the top beef producing nations include U.S., China, and India. Singer Amy Winehouse died… Continue Reading “Random Calendar Info #29”

Random Calendar Info #28

Jim Henson grew up in Mississippi, the creator of Kermit the Frog, and was born in 1936. Jones Bar-B-Q Diner in Arkansas has been operating since 1910 which is in their home. One of the tallest geoglyphs called Atacama Giant is in Huara, Chile… Continue Reading “Random Calendar Info #28”

Random Calendar Info #27

Ray Chapman became the first baseball player to die from getting hit in the head in 1920. High Trestle Trail in Iowa used to be a railroad can only be crossed on foot, bicycle or horseback. The next solar eclipse is on April 8,… Continue Reading “Random Calendar Info #27”

Random Calendar Info #26

Trilobites went extinct around 250 million years ago. The Louvre opened as a public museum in 1793 in Paris, France. LED stands for light-emitting diode. Hello in Arabic is salam. The uranium and plutonium bombs dropped by the U.S. killed around 200,000 Japanese people… Continue Reading “Random Calendar Info #26”

Random Calendar Info #25

Albert, Samuel, Harry, and Jack Warner created Warner Brothers in 1913. 175,000 people live in the Himalaya Mountains. Leewenhock is the microbiologist who first observed protozoa in 1670s. Lucille Ball was born in 1911 and died in 1989. San Marino has about 33,000 people… Continue Reading “Random Calendar Info #25”

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