Category: Weekly Facts

Weekly Facts #33

Workplace bullying affects between 20 to 30% of people. Most of the bullies are men and women who bully tend to bully other women.  Disneyland was built in one year and finished in 1955 and cost 17.5 million dollars.  Cost of admission was one… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #33”

Weekly Facts #32

A mosquito’s saliva acts as an anesthetic, and only pregnant females bite humans. Fastest speed of a baseball thrown was done by Aroldis Chapman at 105.1 mph.  The summer and winter on Uranus lasts 42 years each. The spots of light you see when… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #32”

Weekly Facts #31

This is for next week but at this rate, aren’t all these weeks just blending together like one nice vegetable soup during the winter. Besides I’m trying to move the pending blog entries into the posted blog entries for some reason. Probably because things… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #31”

Weekly Facts #30

Beaver castor sacs hold castoreum that is used in some perfumes, as a food additive, and flavor contributor to cigarettes.  Bookkeeper and its derivatives are the only words in the English with three consecutive double letters. The oldest hotel in the world is Nishiyama… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #30”

Weekly Facts #29

Tiger shark embryos fight each other in their mother’s womb for survival because they are often fertilized by different males.  A 150-pound adult would weigh 57 pounds on Mercury but 136.5 pounds on Venus and would weigh the most on Jupiter at 351 pounds.… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #29”

Weekly Facts #28

Legos since 1963 are made from acylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS). This plastic is heated and then injected into molds. It says it will find an alternative to this plastic by 2030. The average time after you call 911 in the U.S. is 10 minutes.… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #28”

Weekly Facts #27

There are five types of climate on Earth. They are tropical, dry, temperate, continental, and polar. The largest body of water is the Pacific Ocean with a maximum depth of 11,022 meters and area of 179,650,000 square kilometers. The second is the Atlantic Ocean… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #27”

Weekly Facts #26

Shopping malls take up a lot of space around the world.  The largest shopping mall is the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota. It is 2,869,000 square feet or 266,500 meters.  It has 555 stores and was built in 1992. The first lawnmower was… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #26”

Weekly Facts #25

I’m a little behind in my weekly facts so two this week! Mercury poisoning is a slow process. The long terms effects can be uncontrollable shaking, numbness on the skin, double vision, memory problems, seizures, coordination issues, and in some cases death. This is… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #25”

Weekly Facts #24

McDonald’s is not known for their healthy food. The menu item with the most calories seems to be the large triple thick raspberry milkshake at 1,090 calories although if you eat anything in large portions, it will pack a bunch of calories. The breakfast… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #24”

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